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Partner PerspectivesFeb 27, 2018 | 12:46 GMT
U.S. cross-country skier Jessica Diggins (L) crosses the finish line ahead of Swedish skier Stina Nilsson to win gold in the sprint event at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Winning Olympics – After the Games
The cost of hosting the event is steadily climbing, a pattern China hopes to break -- without sacrificing pageantry -- at the next Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Partner PerspectivesSep 15, 2017 | 12:22 GMT
An instructor gives a lesson in Chinese language at a Confucius Institute in Lagos, Nigeria, in April 2016.
The Mirage of Chinese Soft Power
As part of its campaign to project soft power around the world, China has set up educational programs, known as Confucius Institutes, to teach Chinese language, culture -- and, perhaps, politics -- abroad. But no matter how soft Beijing's projections of power may be, the message behind them is as firm as ever.
Partner PerspectivesApr 18, 2017 | 13:45 GMT
Which States Get the Most Chinese Investment?
Part of being a global superpower is having some money to throw around. Want to fund a giant 80 million person megacity in the Pearl River Delta for $322 billion? Piece of cake. Re-build the Silk Road for up to $1 trillion? Not an issue. But China doesn’t only show off its deep pockets domestically. The country has also been extremely active on the global market, buying up everything from natural resources in Africa to luxurious real estate in Manhattan.
On SecurityFeb 16, 2017 | 08:30 GMT
A man in a hazardous materials suit goes through a decontamination shower during a WMD training workshop in California.
With Unconventional Weapons, Drones Hit Their Limits
Could terrorists or other criminals use off-the-shelf drones to launch chemical, biological or radiological attacks? Actually, the difficulties of using unmanned vehicles for biological, chemical or radiological attacks outweigh their potential effectiveness. The payload limits of commercially available drones, combined with a lack of access to military munitions, would limit the damage any drone attacks could wreak.
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