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I reviewed Andrew Nathan and Andrew Scobell’s China’s Search for Security for H-Net: Nevertheless, Nathan and Scobell argue that, despite its growing power, China’s international position remains almost uniquely precarious. China borders more countries that any nation on earth, and continues to have border disputes with several of the most powerful. Other strong states, such […]

The End of Fish

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On April 8, 2013

It’s a good thing the Chinese don’t eat fish because this would be a problem: However, over the past few years, fishery resources in the river have witnessed a severe decline, with the riv

Light Pollution

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On March 20, 2013

This piece on Hong Kong’s out of control light pollution is a good reminder of one of the least controlled means of pollution. While maybe it isn’t as damaging as water or air pollution, h

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Chinese Environment

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On February 21, 2013
We all know that the Chinese environment is just a bit degraded. And then there’s this of course: But luckily the Chinese government has a hot new plan to solve at least the air problem: Ah, yes—the Chinese government will stop at nothing to reduce pollution that has enveloped parts of the country in a […]

Ma Yansong

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On December 12, 2012

This is an interesting, if somewhat older, discussion of the Chinese architect Ma Yansong and his so-called “organic architecture.” The piece focuses on his so-called “Marilyn Monroe

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