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  1. In the 40 years since Deng Xiaoping introduced the "reform and opening up" policy, China

    Commentary: Surprising findings in learning from China’s incredible growth

    A commonly heard complaint is that China has been free riding on others’ innovations, says Erik Berglof.
  2. Reformist leader Deng Xiaoping, who began the process of opening up China to the world, warned

    Commentary: The secret story behind disappearing Deng Xiaoping

    Xi Jinping has adopted many of the policies from Deng Xiaoping's era yet the social contract and vision he has worked out for China is politically ...
  3. A TV screen shows a live news broadcast of Chinese President Xi Jinping introducing his Politburo S

    Commentary: Xi Jinping's unsettling approach to governing modern China

    The removal of formal term limits on China's presidency comes as no surprise but a highly personalist rule will make it trickier for outsiders to ...
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    Commentary: Vision of a new era for a strong China reflects domestic priorities, not global ambitions

    At the Chinese Communist Party's 19th Party Congress, Xi Jinping heralded a new era in China's development. One observer examines what this new ...
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    Commentary: For China's next five years, 'only Xi Jinping is indispensable'

    Having strengthened the Chinese Communist Party, the president will use the 19th Party Congress to cement his position further. But Xi Jinping's ...
  6. Pm Lee Hsien Loong meets Chinese President Xi Jinping

    Commentary: Singapore-China relations, and the art of communication

    S Rajaratnam School of International Studies' associate research fellow Irene Chan highlights that when disagreements get out of hand, Singapore ...
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    Queen Elizabeth marks 65 years on British throne

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth to reach Sapphire Jubilee Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's 63rd monarch, has steered the monarchy through decades of social ...
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    Commentary: The new normal of Singapore’s relations with China

    The death of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, a muscular China and the South China Sea dispute are pushing Sino-Singapore ties into a new chapter.