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Partner post by: Raya Yampolsky Onlookers to the “Russian-Chinese alliance” point to oft-cited pretexts for common ground: economic complementarity, geographic proximity, and ideological favorability. In a recent talk co-hosted by Young China Watchers, Carnegie Moscow Center’s senior associate Alexander Gabuev
Young China Watchers is honoured to be able to host Professor He for a discussion on wrongful convictions in China and the criminal justice system. Professor He Jiahong is one of China’s leading experts on criminal evidence, evidential investigation and
Mainland Chinese (or “PRC Chinese”) make up one of the largest migrant groups in Singapore today. Following the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 1990, the Chinese have arrived continuously and in increasingly significant numbers to pursue
Mei Fong is a Malaysian author and journalist. After attaining a master’s in International Affairs at Columbia University, she joined the Wall Street Journal, where she won a shared Pulitzer Prize for her stories on China’s transformation ahead of the
Due: 22 April, 2016 Goldman Sachs is seeking a CMC Manager and Drill Coordinator. Working within the Crisis Management Center, the successful candidate will be accountable for overall planning, directing, and organizing activities related to crisis management drilling. Focus may be on