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Prelude to Conflict

Prelude to Conflict: Asia, November 17


Prelude To Conflict

Prelude To Conflict

The week of deliberation, choices, and ring around the rosy.

Someone sets an unpopular policy, someone else finds a way around.

World leaders came together.

Rhetoric repeats, “China can grow; China must learn.”

Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement continues to wane as the world continues to react from all that Asian students have taught the world over the last 8 months.

International

US, Australia, Japan confer on Asian security issues

Japan economy enters recession after surprise Q3 contraction

Obama lauds Taiwanese democracy

US president’s Asia-Pacific message ‘directed at China’

G-20 leaders target trillions in fresh economic growth

America’s great gamble on China

China and the new regional order

FEATURE: WWII subs still key to Taiwan’s aging naval fleet

Hong Kong

What Beijing Has to Understand

Is Hong Kong China’s future?

Hong Kong police set to clear Occupy protesters ‘this week’

Hong Kong protest leaders refused entry to mainland

Beijing bans student leaders from taking trip to mainland to press for democracy

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