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Willy Lam’s Comments on The Confrontation Over Air Zones

China expert Dr Willy Lam has recently shared his insights in Nikkei Asian Review on the confrontation over air zones between China and Japan.      Compared with his predecessors, Xi is also much more adept at stoking the flames of nationalism to shore up Communist Party legitimacy. The Xi leadership is of course aware […]

Willy Lam’s Recent Comments on China Politics

Dr. Willy Lam’s  recent comments on China politics from Asia Times Online, Bloomberg and Japan Times… 1. Asia Times Online, Nov 21, 2013: Xi’s power grab dwarfs market reforms http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/CHIN-01-211113.html 2. Bloomberg, Nov 18, 2013: China’s Broadest Reforms Since ’90s on Web Before Release http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-18/china-s-broadest-reforms-since-90s-on-web-before-release.html 3. Japan Times, Nov 16, 2013: Xi extends power with […]

Willy Lam Commented on Beijing’s Divide-and-conquer ‘Diplomacy’

Dr Willy Lam, journalist and analyst known for his insights on China’s politics, commented on Beijing’s divide-and-conquer ‘diplomacy’… The last leg of Li’s first overseas trip as head of government – a mere two-day stopover in Berlin – has demonstrated the hard edge of enhanced hard-power projection by China the quasi-superpower. During his joint press […]

Dr Willy Lam Comments on the Sovereignty Disputes in Asia at CNBC

Dr Willy Lam, journalist and analyst known for his insights on China’s politics, talked at CNBC on the sovereignty disputes in Asia. Willy Lam With more than 30 years of experience in writing and researching about China, Willy Wo-Lap LAM is a recognized authority on areas including the Chinese Communist Party, public administration, foreign policy, […]

Dr Willy Lam’s Comment on China’s New Leadership

Dr Willy Lam, journalist and analyst known for his insights on China’s politics, commented on China’s new leadership for the international news agency Reuters. Willy Lam said Xi Jinping’s appointment as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces could mean a change in military policy. Well, Xi Jinping has many good friends amongst the generals. So it’s […]