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UNH Researcher Available to Discuss UN Report on North Korea’s Human Rights Violations, China’s Role

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US-China Policy Reaches Delicate Phase, Scholars Say

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As China and the United States engage in a dispute over China’s recent proclamation of a new “air defense identification zone,” University of Chicago scholars say the clash illustrates the increasingly complicated geopolitical pressures between these two major powers.

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Interview Opportunity: Texas A&M Professor Dudley Poston on China’s One-Child Policy Change

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Abe’s Nostalgia Rings of Imperialism and Cold War Rhetoric

Cornell University Asian Studies Professor Naoki Sakai, an expert on Japanese history and nationalism, warns that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may be leading Japan back into international isolation and Cold War policies

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Smithfield Ham Takeover Could Transform China’s Pork Palate

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China Cyber Espionage Activity to Increase in Near Future

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Legal Expert Duncan Hollis on China's Cyberattacks - Permissible Spying or Illegal Act of War?

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Corrosion Expert Available for Interviews on Chinese Drywall

John R. Scully , an internationally recognized corrosion expert, presented failure analysis reports on plumbing and wiring affected by Chinese drywall and testified about the case in the U.S. District Court in New Orleans.

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After Recall, Firms Must Over-communicate to Restore Reputation

Just prior to the holiday season, how can toy companies promise safe toys? The complexity of sending an effective message to assure the public the products are safe is made more difficult when executives speak to a congressional committee. The verdict is out on the credibility of Mattel's message.

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China Goods Recalls Due to Nation's Relationship System

The series of China-based product recalls that have rocked world markets in recent weeks are a result of the nation's complex system of guanxi, or relationships. The system has taken the place of a legal structure, and enabled the government to put off implementing quality control reforms.

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