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  1. Debate: Should the US use trade barriers to end China's human rights abuses? (12,490 bytes)
    7: ...rganization, it is still a matter of bilateral US-China relations.
    27: ...Hitler or Pol Pot, why should it make excuses for China? Such a stand would solidify respect for the inte...
    36: ===Wrong?: Is China performing egregious, and exceptional human right...
    42: ...or is an endorsement of that labor, and wrong:''' China’s booming exports include goods produced by pri...
    47: *China can point to cases in which the United States ado...
  2. Debate: Is China a threat to international stability? (19,198 bytes)
    4: ===Is China a threat to international stability? ===
    11: ... acquired American nuclear weapon technology, and China remains the only known nation to target its missi...
    25: ===Economic strength: Is China's economic strength increasing dramatically, and ...
    30: ...s that America is in a 150 Billion dollar debt to China. They also have America in a tough position when ...
    32: ...s that America is in a 150 Billion dollar debt to China. They also have America in a tough position when ...
  3. Debate: EU arms sales to China (17,168 bytes)
    4: === Are EU arms sales to China justifiable? ===
    13: ... after strong American pressure and concern about China's attitude to Taiwan. Nonetheless, the issue appe...
    23: ...Is the EU developing a strategic partnership with China that might justify the EU lifting its ban?===
    28: ...r more than fifteen years, it is time to lift it. China has repeatedly said that it will never enjoy a no...
    33: ...aged compared to other countries. As a WTO member China is committed to further market opening anyway, an...
  4. Portal:China rising (881 bytes)
    1: ...on on Debatepedia that is relevant to the rise of China. It is a place for you and other users to better ...
    5: *[[:Category:China rising]] - which is a sister page to this one, wh...
    9: *[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China Wikipedia:China]
    10: ...arises/intro/index.html New York Times tv series: China Rises]
    11: ...y.com/story/cms.php?story_id=2754 Foreign Policy: China rising]
  5. Portal:China (588 bytes)
    1: ...or information on Debatepedia that is relevant to China. It is a place for you and other users to better ...
    5: *[[:Category:China]] - which is a sister page to this one, where art...
  6. Argument: Failed fences in China demonstrate the futility of a border fence (726 bytes)
    5: ...f similar fences in Spain and along the Hong Kong-China border suggest this barrier will do little or not...
  7. Argument: Any sanctions effort against Iran would be scuttled by China and Russia (1,841 bytes)
    8: ... activities. Their motivations are pretty clear. China's strategic stake in Iran's energy sector makes c...
  8. Argument: China is actually taking good measures to fight global warming (1,368 bytes)
    4: ...rk.org/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/38988/story.htm "China Defends Record on Fighting Global Warming". Plane...
    6: ...l warming treaty". CNN.com. September 4, 2002] - "China, Asia's fastest growing economy, has promulgated ...
    14: *[http://news.mongabay.com/2007/0605-china.html "China Unveils Global Warming Initiative." Mongabay.com....
    16: ...=1&oref=slogin Jim Yardley and Andrew C. Revkin. "China plan on global warming". The New York Times. June...
  9. Argument: The 2008 Olympics in China are analogous to the 1936 Olympics in Germany (2,096 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...s24.html Jonathan Zimmerman. "U.S. should boycott China's Olympics." SeattlePI. March 24, 2006] - NEW YOR...
    16: ...e Beijing regime and even U.S. officials downplay China's emergence as a ruthless superpower."
  10. Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China (22,470 bytes)
    4: ===Should countries boycott the 2008 Olympics in China due to human rights concerns there?===
    12: [[Image:2008 Olympics in China.jpg|right|160px]]
    13: ...lleged abuses, is a boycott of the 2008 Olympics. China, desiring very much to see its 2008 Olympics beco...
    27: === Human rights: Has China failed to improve its human rights and is a boyco...
    33: ...has worsened, hidden from the public eye. Many of China's agreements with the International Olympics Comm...
  11. Argument: Influencing China on Darfur would be best achieved through the Olympics there (2,249 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...ed with Sudan. There are some 10 million blogs in China, and it would help enormously if more of them sho...
    6: ...njaweed in Darfur, it’s with Chinese Ak-47’s. China’s role has been utterly disgraceful, and it is ...
  12. Argument: Repression in China has only gotten worse (514 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...Games, change isn't coming along so swimmingly in China.
    6: ...y International reported recently that dissent in China is being repressed at an increasing rate. Restrai...
  13. Argument: Boycotting Olympics will cause China to respond to Darfur crisis (1,347 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...to report that 'everything' is basically stable.' China's state media then blamed 'Sudanese secessionists...
    6: ...ales to China. Amnesty International even charges China with supplying the weaponry used in Darfur."
  14. Argument: China has played a positive role in Darfur (1,738 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...ril 12, 2007] - "Zhai also said he does not think China's reputation will be marred because of the Darfur...
    6: :He said China keeps fairly positioned in international affairs ...
    8: :It was because of China's crucial role that Sudan accepted in principle t...
    12: :Zhai's trip was China's latest efforts to seek a peaceful solution to t...
  15. Argument: Only boycotting the Olympics sufficiently protests China's abuses (610 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ...the Administration and Congress are serious about China's persistent violation of human rights, labor rig...
  16. Argument: China did not intervene in Burma's 2007 crisis due to its non-interventionism (1,063 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    6: ...we should boycott the Beijing Olympics because of China’s non-interference foreign policy on Burma, sho...
  17. Argument: China is taking too much away from the poor for the Olympics (1,263 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    6: ...t, at the cost of the rural poor. The gap between China's urban rich and rural poor is already huge, and ...
  18. Argument: Having the 2008 Olympics in China will improve world peace (544 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
    4: ... quest for world peace."[http://chengdu.usembassy-china.org.cn/views_mixed_on_boycotting_2008_beijing_oly...
  19. Argument: China's unwillingness influences Burma's crisis justifies an Olympic Boycott (266 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]
  20. Argument: Boycotting China will be against the spirit of the Olympics (322 bytes)
    2: *[[Debate: Boycott of 2008 Olympics in China]]

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    42: *'''[[Debate: China "one child" policy| China "one child" policy]]''' - May 12th, 2011.
  2. Debate: Kosovo independence (29,105 bytes)
    196: ...t Stability? 1/31/07] - "Russia and possibly even China may block any resolution taking Kosovo away from ...
  3. Debate: War in Afghanistan (20,517 bytes)
    63: ... overthrow regimes in former-Soviet Central Asia, China and Kashmir, as well as for the global terrorist ...
  4. Debate: Death penalty (106,184 bytes)
    1: ...), drug trafficking is also a capital offense. In China human trafficking and serious cases of corruption...
    12: ...), drug trafficking is also a capital offense. In China human trafficking and serious cases of corruption...
    235: ...es remains in the same company as Iraq, Iran, and China as one of the major advocates and users of capita...
  5. Debate: Capitalism vs socialism (112,994 bytes)
    116: ...apitalist nations''' The economies of India and China are growing rapidly because of capitalism. More ...
  6. Debate: Pre-selecting sex of children (23,104 bytes)
    11: ... sexual selection is illegal, it is widespread in China and the 2000 Census revealed that 117 boys are no...
    107: ... being put into effect in many countries. Even in China, the problem is largely due to the "one-child" po...
    114: ...ny young men will be unable to find a partner; in China this is already linked to a rise in sexual violen...
  7. Debate: Chinese membership in the WTO (10,211 bytes)
    3: ===Should China be a member of the World Trade Organization? ===
    11: ...an rights should be linked with trade and whether China’s entry will harm the WTO in the long run.
    25: ... of 21%, and agricultural duties to 14.5% -- 15%. China will also end export subsidies of agricultural co...
    28: ...s extremely uncompetitive. All this suggests that China will be gaining a lot more in terms of access to ...
    46: ...s, such as the United Nations and the World Bank, China has proven to be a follower not a leader. More im...
  8. Debate: Imposition of democracy (14,393 bytes)
    84: ...bilities. This is especially important given that China has a veto on the Security Council and other SC r...
  9. Debate: European defence spending (23,682 bytes)
    58: ...ecome another. Who knows which way relations with China will go over the next twenty years? The need for ...
  10. Debate: European Union Expansion (21,730 bytes)
    154: ...es to relocate to Central Europe than to India or China.'''
  11. Debate: Falkland Islands, return of (74,846 bytes)
    275: ...e Caribbean, it has also handed back Hong Kong to China – surely a similar case to that of the Falkland...
  12. Debate: George W. Bush (9,136 bytes)
    65: ... is a launch of nuclear weapons by a rogue state. China and Russia have nothing to fear.
    68: ...work and will only serve to strain relations with China and Russia.
    75: ...everage to gain further concession out of the US. China has also spied extensively on the US. Instead, Bu...
  13. Debate: History, dangers of teaching in schools (15,520 bytes)
    13: ...s particularly prominent and heated in East Asia: China and South Korea object to modern Japanese textboo...
  14. Debate: Hollywood’s Influence (8,397 bytes)
    32: ...ilms are those who least value these values, e.g. China.
  15. Debate: International community (11,933 bytes)
    35: ... growth and economic development increase demand. China is burning more and more oil, natural gas resourc...
  16. Debate: International Criminal Court (69,786 bytes)
    10: ...e Statute. However, a number of states, including China, Russia, India and the United States, are critica...
  17. Debate: Kashmir self determination (8,786 bytes)
    11: ...hmir. Pakistan controls the remaining 1/3, though China also has a small claim in the area. Pakistan’s ...
  18. Debate: Mexico City Policy and US funding for UNFPA (14,297 bytes)
    85: ... It states that it objects to the UNFPA's work in China, but cannot point to evidence which would support...
  19. Debate: Mini-nukes development in the United States (25,390 bytes)
    23: ...el or US troops in Iraq, an invasion of Taiwan by China or an attack on South Korea by North Korea) requi...
    33: ...thout their security being put at risk (Russia or China are both thought to already possess tactical nucl...
    36: ...tates like France and Israel did this too, surely China and Russia would have no option but to do the sam...
    98: ...to work for states like Pakistan, North Korea and China. The mini-nuke program would not only maintain US...
    101: ... look like a good way to spread new technology to China and Russia, not maintain US dominance. Secondly, ...
  20. Debate: Lifting sanctions on Myanmar (10,464 bytes)
    25: ...try mainly trades with other ASEAN Member States, China and Japan. Sanctions are clearly an ineffective t...
    55: ...te over the Spratly Islands. It is no secret that China views Myanmar as a potential base from which it w...
    58: ...h aggression. Myanmar has good ties not only with China, but with other ASEAN Member States as well, who ...
    65: ...ppears to be sanctioned for the same reasons that China, for instance, is not. US Vice-President Al Gore...

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