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Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011
Director Tom Christensen has recently published Worse Than a Monolith: Alliance Politics and Problems of Coercive Diplomacy in Asia.
Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011
The New York Times writes China escalated its opposition to American-led airstrikes on Libya on Tuesday, joining Russia and India in calls for an immediate cease-fire and suggesting that coalition forces were imperiling civilians by exceeding the United Nations-mandated no-fly zone. 
Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011
George Will in the Washington Post writes on the China's naval capabilities and how the United States should respond.  Article found here.
Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
On March 10, held a hearing that examined the various narratives emerging from China in regards to Chinese foreign and national security policy.
Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
With the resignation of Ambassador Jon Huntsman, President Obama names Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke his new ambassador to the People's Republic of China.  White House press release here.
Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
Professor Yinan He at Seton Hall University and a former CWP Fellow recently published an article entitled "Competing Narratives, Identity Politics, and Cross-Strait Reconciliation" in the Asian Perspective.  She writes: 
Friday, Feb 25, 2011
CWP Fellow Andrew Erickson writes that "the PLA Navy has just dispatched Xuzhou, a Type 054 Jiangkai-II class missile frigate, from the ongoing seventh PLAN anti-piracy task force deployment off Somalia to steam to Libyan coast to provide support and protection for the ongoing evacuation mission there."  
Thursday, Feb 24, 2011
The Commission has publicized two new requests for proposals (RFP) for original research studies pertaining to issue areas in the Commission’s statutory mandate. The RFPs have also been publicized on the website Federal Business Opportunities (www.fbo.gov), with an effective date of Feb.
Thursday, Feb 24, 2011
CWP Fellow Andrew Erickson writes on unrest in the Arab world and how this affects China's interests.  Full article here.
Thursday, Feb 24, 2011
In the upcoming March/April 2011 issue of Foreign Affairs, China and the World Director Tom Christensen writes that "Over the past two years, in a departure from the policy of reassurance it adopted in the late 1990s, China has ma

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