Some websites that Anonymous said it attacked were working Thursday, and government officials denied the sites were ever hacked.
Anonymous says it hacked Chinese government sites - The Associated Press
Reports out of China say that cell phone connections suddenly cut off at the mention of the word ‘protest’
President Obama has introduced the idea that the U.S. is now battling China — the world’s largest polluter — in new race for world domination; a clean energy race
Chinese President Hu arrives touting suggestion of U.S. decline
Environmental groups cheer, labor groups pan U.S.-Chinese energy sector commercial agreements
Chinese-funded media blitz precedes President Hu Jintao’s visit
The US needs a different approach to dealing with China.
China uses North Korea as a tool to promote its regional dominance and, in the process, undermine U.S. influence.
Did a Chinese submarine launch a missile off the California coast earlier this month?
The sell-off came after the People’s Bank of China raised its benchmark deposit and lending rates for the first time in 3 years
Even as they accuse others of manipulative practices, nations are increasingly taking steps to weaken their own currencies in a bid to boost exports.
New penalties punish China and other nations accused of currency manipulation
Government-owned China Investment Corporation buying ten percent of voter shares is not cause for concern, analysts say
While the US apologizes for enforcing our immigration laws, China is killing dissidents.
U.S. changes tone with China - WaPo
U.S. facing backlash among Chinese officials
Obama administration adopts a tougher tone with China as part of a diplomatic balancing act
The yuan rose to its strongest level against the dollar in the currency’s modern era leading to gains in China’s stock market
China’s on-again-off-again approach to U.S-China military interaction and Beijing’s refusal to allow Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to visit China during his recent Asian trip reveals a dysfunctional military relationship
Labor unrest in China - NYT
Nineteen thousand strike in push for income equality
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