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19. Oct 2009

Peace for Asia

InFocus

By Stein
Tønnesson

Research
Professor, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO)

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11. Oct 2009

How Should Employers Treat Domestic Workers?[1]

InFocus

Daniel A. Bell (Tsinghua University,
Beijing)

 

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11. Oct 2009

A rainbow anniversary: On the paradoxes of lesbian and gay life in contemporary China

China, gender, InFocus

Elisabeth L. Engebretsen

 

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4. Oct 2009

En anderledes fattigdom

China, development, InFocus, poverty

 

De økonomiske reformer udrydder en del af landets fattigdom, men skaber samtidig
nye grupper af fattige.

Af Kjeld A. Larsen

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24. Sep 2009

REFLECTIONS ON FUTURES PAST AND PRESENT IN ANTICIPATION OF THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRC

China, InFocus, policy

Anders Sybrandt Hansen, Ph.D. student,
Department of Anthropology and Ethnography,
Institute of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics,
Aarhus university

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16. Sep 2009

Exhibiting the Chinese War of Resistance in the People’s Republic of China

China, InFocus, Japan

Karl Gustafsson,
M.A., Ph.D. Candidate,
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University

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7. Sep 2009

Well-deserved boomerang hits Malaysia by Anya Palm

InFocus, Malaysia

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14. Aug 2009

WHO IS A PROBLEM IN BURMA? – After the trial of Daw Aung san Suu Kyi by Mikael Gravers

Burma, InFocus

The suspended sentence and the 18 month house arrest for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi came after international pressure and are probably heavily influenced by China since it has urged the international community to respect Burmese law!However, the delay of the verdict may also be a result of and internal difference within the junta. Snr. […]

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13. Jul 2009

Some thoughts about the background to the recent events in Urumchi from a sociolinguist’s point of view

China, InFocus, minorities, poverty, terrorism, Xinjiang

Joakim Enwall
Associate Professor
Chinese Language and Culture
Department of Linguistics and Philology
Uppsala University

July 12, 2009

Introduction

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