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Politics Will Prevent Real Economic Reform in China, Says Iowa State University Professor

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Recovering from the economic crisis that rippled through the global markets will be long and difficult for China, said Jonathan Hassid, an assistant professor of political science at Iowa State University who studies Chinese news media and symbolic political messaging.

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Government Incompetence Is the Real Threat to China

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China Volatility Ebbs, Interest Hike Would Trigger New Round

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SU Finance Expert Available to Discuss Chinese/U.S. Stock Markets

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WIU MBA Director, with International Economics Expertise, Available for Commentary on China Stock Market

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Playing 'Tag' with Pollution Lets Scientists See Who's It

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Using a climate model that can tag sources of soot and track where it lands, researchers have determined which areas around the Tibetan Plateau contribute the most soot -- and where. The model can also suggest the most effective way to reduce soot on the plateau, easing the amount of warming the region undergoes. The study, which appeared in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics in June, might help policy makers target pollution reduction efforts.

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Worried About Greece And the U.S. Economy? It’s China You Should Be More Concerned About, Expert Says

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United States-China Forum on May 19 to Examine Climate Change

In light of China’s pressing environmental challenges, the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago and the Paulson Institute will host a May 19 conference on climate change that will feature current and former senior government officials and renowned scholars in China and the United States.

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China Tops Mexico In Immigration To U.S., China Expert Discusses Reasons And Possible Ramifications

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Asian Air Pollution Affecting World’s Weather

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Baylor Researcher Finds First-Ever Evidence of Climate Change of Northern China Region Dating Back Thousands of Years

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Baylor researcher finds first-evidence of climate change in ancient Northern China

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Vanderbilt Researcher Working to Fight Human Trafficking, Slavery

Vanderbilt researcher Cecilia Mo is using a $1 million grant from the Labor Department to combat human trafficking.

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Social Media for Social Good: Researchers Estimate Air Pollution From Online Posts

University of Wisconsin-Madison computer science researchers have developed a method for using social media posts to estimate air pollution levels with significant accuracy.

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As US and China Forge Carbon Emissions Reduction Agreement, Enforcement Is the Next Step

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Storm Clouds Over Hong Kong as Impasse Persists, Tempers Rise

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China May Be the Biggest Economy but Its Currency Falls Short as the Standard for Global Transactions

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Expert Available to Discuss Future of Hong Kong Protests

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SU Expert Available to Speak on U.S., World Economic Impact of China-Hong Kong Tensions

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U.Va. Experts on Hong Kong Protests Can Comment on U.S.-China Relations, Role of Language, Culture, Social Media, Technology

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have occupied downtown Hong Kong since Sept. 28, calling for the local chief executive’s resignation. The University of Virginia has several experts who can comment on different aspects of the situation.

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China’s International Status on the Line in Hong Kong


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