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Eugenio Bregolat

January 24th, 2011, Asia, Asia, Beijing, China, China, English, Europe, French, Government, International Relations, Politics, Russia, Russian, Spanish

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Ambassador of Spain in Andorra. His expertise include China and Russia as well as politics and diplomacy.

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Is There an Ideological Rift with China?

December 16th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Over the last two months China opposed the decision of the Nobel Peace Prize committee and prevented other countries from attending the ceremony in Oslo. Chinese officials highlighted an ideological rift between China and the West. However, at this juncture of multidimensional global crisis we should evaluate the scope of this likely rift with China in the context of a deep polarization within the West itself.

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Jean-Philippe Béja

Senior Researcher, CERI

December 7th, 2010, Asia, China, Chinese, English, Europe, Europe, France, French, Italian, Law and Human Rights, Migration and Integration, Paris, Think tank/Research center

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Jean-Philippe Béja is a specialist on Chinese domestic politics at CERI. His research focuses on social and political change in China, and the Chinese political system.

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Friedrich Wu

Former Director of Economics, Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry

October 19th, 2010, Academia, Asia, Asia, Business and Globalization, Chinese, English, Government, Singapore, Singapore

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Dr. Friedrich Wu is Adjunct Associate Professor of International Political Economy at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies of the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Before his academic appointment, he served as Director of Economics (2001-2005) at Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry.

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Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel: Between Idealism and Realism

October 14th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

The Nobel Peace Prize 2010 is becoming a unique occasion for East-West discussions on understanding and misconceptions about freedom in the most populous country. Officially the prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo “for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China”. But our legitimate concern about freedom in China should not interfere with possible solutions to face an unprecedented global economic crisis.

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Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel: Between Idealism and Realism

October 14th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

The Nobel Peace Prize 2010 is becoming a unique occasion for East-West discussions on understanding and misconceptions about freedom in the most populous country. Officially the prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo “for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China”. But our legitimate concern about freedom in China should not interfere with possible solutions to face an unprecedented global economic crisis.

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