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Thoughts on the South China Seas – we should be more worried about fishermen than politicians


For over two years ocean rocks have dominated China’s foreign policy issues. So far the Party has managed to anger virtually all their neighbors and has left an opening for America’s pivot to Asia. In my opinion, regardless of whether … Continue reading

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Watchman Nee and the Little Flock Movement in Maoist China


Part of a continuing series of journal article summaries. You can also read my summaries on The regulation of religion in China and Reconsidering the campaign to suppress counter-revolutionaries.   Watchman Nee and the Little Flock Movement in Maoist China       … Continue reading

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The Coming Change – The Party loosens its grip on power


This week we’ve been looking at how the party relies on improving its citizens quality of life for its mandate to rule. We started by looking at how GDP is no longer enough to maintain that stability, and what changes … Continue reading

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