Topic: Hu Jintao
Corruption, along with a strong public reaction to it, is driving the leaders of the world's two biggest countries to shape up. The moral awakening to the need for honesty in governance cannot be reversed.
08/17/2011 04:45 pm
In Pictures Wendi Deng Murdoch's glamorous life
Jiang Zemin is the former president of China. Wednesday saw an uptick in web searches about Jiang Zemin, after rumors about his health began circulating online.
07/06/2011 01:37 pm
China's Communist Party has transformed from the secretive, illegal revolutionary force that it was 90 years ago to a political party at the helm of a rapidly changing China.
07/02/2011 12:10 pm
As China's Communist Party celebrates its founding, it is stuck in an internal debate on whether to admit that values such as human rights are universal or merely Western. Aren't all good ideas universal?
07/01/2011 02:56 pm
China has surpassed the US as the world's largest creditor. Beijing must now take on the accompanying leadership role. Instead of a 'Marshall Plan,' why not a 'Hu Jintao plan' that recycles some of China's surplus to benefit the whole global system?
06/28/2011 11:11 am
In Pictures Who is Jon Huntsman?
The military stalemate in Libya and the diplomatic hesitation over condemning Syria have created an opportunity for Russia to present itself to the Middle East as the un-NATO.
06/17/2011 06:43 pm
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made his usual denunciations of the US at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's (SCO) meeting in Kazakhstan, but Russia and China seem less interested this year.
06/15/2011 03:21 pm
After the Osama bin Laden raid, the mood in Washington over Pakistan is sour. The US is right to challenge Pakistani actions and policies contrary to US interests. But giving Pakistan the cold shoulder and throwing it into the arms of China would be dangerously foolish.
05/26/2011 11:27 am