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  1. Leaks could wreck trust in governments, Chinese experts say

    Posted Nov 30th 2010, 12:00am by Ivan Zhai

    ... Ivan Zhai Chinese diplomacy and international relations experts described the release of classified US embassy cables from the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks as a 'diplomatic September 11', with the potential impact on Chinese diplomacy still hard to predict. Niu Jun and Zhang Qingmin, professors at Peking University's school of international relations, said ...

  2. Corridor diplomacy keeps the doors open

    Posted Oct 29th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton informally in Hainan. Is this a new era of flexible Chinese diplomacy? While hailing such meetings on the sidelines of regional summits as creative and timely breaks with protocol, Chinese foreign affairs pundits said this run of flexibility is probably temporary and more a response to China's current diplomatic predicament than a change ...

  3. Savvy envoy has poise under fire

    Posted Jan 16th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of which she diffused with poise. She is one of the few Chinese ambassadors to establish a distinct personal style of diplomacy, a style that seemed to go down well with both the Foreign Ministry ... change. Experts do not think Fu's ascent signals a sea change in Chinese diplomacy. 'One can't simply say this is a shift towards soft diplomacy or hard diplomacy, because both ...

  4. Chance to make amends

    Posted Jan 01st 2011, 12:00am by Minxin Pei

    ... diplomacy nearly fell out in September when Beijing responded with disproportionate harshness to Tokyo's detention of the captain of a Chinese fishing trawler in the waters of the Diaoyu ... second-largest economy, but it is still a repressive one-party regime. For Beijing, all is not lost. The year just past might have been a horrible one for Chinese diplomacy, but since most of the damage ...

  5. Stumbling block

    Posted Nov 26th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... was never used officially but only by some academics. Chinese diplomacy in the region seems to have incurred a major setback. But who is to blame? First of all, this debacle reflects a changing ... the US secretary of state disclosed for the first time that the persistent denial by the Chinese about ever using the concept of 'core interest' with regard to the South China Sea ...

  6. Regional security the driving force behind 'campus diplomacy'

    Posted Apr 29th 2010, 12:00am by Joe Cochrane

    ... vice-chairwoman of the Chinese studies centre at the University of Indonesia. 'And this is very much part of the Chinese public diplomacy effort.' As part of this campus diplomacy, China ... for the fees and sympathies of Indonesian students- China. Nearly 8,000 Indonesian students studied in China last year. Just as tellingly, more than 100,000 Indonesian students took a Chinese ...

  7. A bolder China asserts 'core' interests- but will it act?

    Posted Aug 12th 2010, 12:00am by Cary Huang

    ... suggest that Chinese diplomacy has gradually moved from advancing with caution to a more aggressive stance. Some say the era of 'bide your time' has ended. In its more assertive, ... no Chinese official has spoken about what 'core national interests' means, there is a growing chorus from within the country for the People's Liberation Army to defend these core ...

  8. Use of English casts doubts on whether real meaning of Wen-Kan talks was lost in translation

    Posted Oct 09th 2010, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... with Alex Lo We like to think diplomacy somehow combines power and sophistication. But some members of Japan's opposition Liberal Party raised intriguing questions about the meeting ... as helping to mend Sino-Japanese relations frayed by territorial disputes. Yet if Japan's opposition was right, the high diplomacy supposedly on display may be more like a lowbrow farce. Kan, ...

  9. PLA Navy ships enter Gulf for the first time

    Posted Mar 27th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Dhabi mission was marked by some formal military diplomacy, with the Chinese warships welcomed by the UAE's deputy chief of naval operations, Sheikh Saeed bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, who noted ... Greg Torode Chief Asia correspondent Chinese warships are this weekend anchored in Abu Dhabi- the first time the People's Liberation Army Navy has entered the oil-rich Persian Gulf, ...

  10. Getting Our Way

    Posted Nov 14th 2010, 12:00am by Charmaine Chan

    ... diplomacy, at the section closest to home. Part II, a three-chapter segment, outlines, among other things, Lord Macartney's 1792 mission to China to open new ports to British trade. It would take half a century for Britain to achieve its aims, with diplomacy and force. Meyer, a former ambassador to the US, reveals little new in this or the rest of the book, but he adds interest ...




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