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Kazakhstan: Time for bigger Central Asian role with seat on UN Security Council

As we look around the world at the end of 2014, it is hard to think of a recent time when the role of the UN Security Council has been more important....

Erlan Idrissov | December 23, 2014, Tuesday

Less reliance on Gaokao for admission sparks debate

A reform package aimed at changing China’s exam-centered education has sparked discussion over how to ensure fairness in the National College Entrance Exam, or the Gaokao....

December 23, 2014, Tuesday

Death of judge inspires need for legal reform

FOR the past week, Shanghai has mourned the passing of Judge Zou Bihua, deputy head of the Shanghai High People’s Court....

Ni Tao | December 22, 2014, Monday

US wealth disparity puts children at disadvantage

Children, it has long been recognized, are a special group....

Joseph E. Stiglitz | December 22, 2014, Monday

Hopefully, legal redress might suggest change

Justice may have arrived too late for Huugjilt, who 18 years ago was wrongly sentenced and executed for rape and murder, but on Monday China’s legal system proved the truth will come out....

December 19, 2014, Friday

Abenomics 2.0 must embrace changes

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent policy decisions — to increase monetary stimulus dramatically, to postpone a consumption-tax increase, and to call a snap election in mid-December — have returned...

Kenneth Rogoff | December 18, 2014, Thursday

Maritime disputes should be settled peacefully

Despite media hype about conflicts in the South China Sea and irresponsible unilateral behavior by certain countries, the overall situation in the South China Sea has been stable in 2014....

December 18, 2014, Thursday

Risks reduced in China’s tapping of nuclear power

EDITOR’S note: Dr. Yu Shen is an expert on nuclear energy safety and director of nuclear risk management for Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, a United Arab Emirates government-backed organization. ...

Li Xinran | December 17, 2014, Wednesday

As parents work as migrants, family life goes wanting

Last week I visited my parent’s native place in rural Lianyungang, in Jiangsu Province....

Wan Lixin | December 17, 2014, Wednesday

Growing income disparities in US threaten economic growth as well as democracy

During the last several decades, income inequality in the United States has increased significantly, and the trend shows no sign of reversing....

Laura Tyson | December 16, 2014, Tuesday


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