Elizabeth Economy

Council on Foreign Relations

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Senior Fellow and Director of Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of The River Runs Black:The Environmental Challenge to China's Future

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Following our look at the domestic politics surrounding the U.S.-China pollution pact, we take a closer look at the Chinese side of the deal.

Climate Pact: China Realities

Following our look at the domestic politics surrounding the U.S.-China pollution pact, we take a closer look at the Chinese side of the deal.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Beijing for talks on  Iran, North Korea and economic relations .

Chen Guangcheng Overshadows Clinton's China Visit

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China: New Leaders, New Plans and Potential Troubles

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