Posts Tagged ‘Beijing’

The View From Beijing: North Korea as a Path for U.S.-China Cooperation

By | January 27, 2013

Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga files a special report from Beijing, and SinoNK translates commentary from an array of Chinese sources.

Cleaning the House Before Inviting Guests In: Events and Developments in April and Beyond

By | April 25, 2012

Editors on the Move // On Friday, April 27,’s chief editor, Adam Cathcart, will be speaking at Leiden University: Managing Editor Charles Kraus presented research from the same co-authored project at Johns Hopkins University SAIS on April 6, 2012. Assistant Editor Steven Denney will be attending the 2012 Asan Plenum from April 25-27 at […]

Pyongyang’s Take on the Beijing Model of Development: KCNA Files No. 11 and 12

By | March 28, 2012

Click here to view KNCA File No. 11 (Feb 19 – Feb 25) in its entirety.   Click here to view KCNA File No. 12 (Feb 26 – March 3) in its entirety. Does Africa need a Marshall Plan?  Western analysts nod in agreement.  Developmental economists argue that significant investment in African business and infrastructure is necessary to get Africa on […]