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China Reform Monitor - No. 1287
Bulletins - June 14, 2017
 

Tight security planned for Xi's trip to Hong Kong;
Chinese copper mine project in Afghanistan still on hold

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1286
Bulletins - June 9, 2017
 

Two U.S. frigates to Taiwan;
Senior naval officials caught in corruption crackdown

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1285
Bulletins - June 7, 2017
 

Chinese media slams DPRK;
China testing powerful quantum computer technology

 
Resource Security Watch - No. 4
Bulletins - May 31, 2017
 

How charcoal threatens Tanzania's future;
A new way to extract water;
Somali drought prompts strike in piracy;
Mexico's expanding black market (for gas);
A hungry China eyes global fisheries

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1284
Bulletins - May 30, 2017
 

Chinese coast guard begins regular patrols off Malaysia;
Xi announces massive economic zone for Hebie

 
Defense Technology Monitor - No. 16
Bulletins - May 29, 2017
 

Bracing for fully automated cyberwarfare;
Manufacturing battlefield weapons;
Miniaturized weapons pose new threats;
China takes strikes toward microwave weapons;
Upgrading the human mind to combat AI

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1283
Bulletins - May 12, 2017
 

More Hong Kong democracy activists arrested;
Beijing cracking down on fake econ statistics, inflated growth

 

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1282
Bulletins - May 11, 2017
 

China's massive fishing fleet scours the globe;
Xi addresses PLA top brass, demands loyalty to Party

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 1281
Bulletins - May 4, 2017
 

S&ED scrapped and replaced at Xi-Trump summit;
In a first, Peking University to open school in Oxford

 
The Real Significance Of The US Carrier Group Fiasco
Articles - May 2, 2017
 

The USS Carl Vinson, one of ten American 100,000-ton nuclear-powered supercarriers, was a regular feature of international headlines last month - and for all the wrong reasons. It was the source of an embarrassing, if overhyped, mishap when the Donald J. Trump administration announced on April 8 the carrier was being ordered to the Korean peninsula amid a bout of escalating tensions with Pyongyang. You can imagine the uproar when the Carl Vinson was spotted sailing away from the Korean Peninsula more than a week later.