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A Proposal to Reform Immigration Management Policy in China
Abstract China is facing the demographic challenge that a dangerously low birth rate would let the country “getting old before getting rich”. Immigrants can help China decrease the negative influence of demographic ...
The Great Chasm: China's Defense Strategy and United States Public Opinion
China represents one of the most pressing modern threats to the United States’ national security. This threat is best characterized by the opacity of China’s defense strategy, increasing uncertainty surrounding its intentions. ...
A Proposal to Cease Chinese Expansion in the South China Sea and Encroachment into the Sovereign Waters of Regional U.S. Allies
Despite sanctions, international legal decisions, U.N. resolutions, and threats of direct action by various regional powers in the South China Sea, China continues its policy of encroaching on the sovereign waters of U.S. ...
A Geospatial Strategy to Locate Future Chinese ICBM Silo Fields
This Capstone report analyzes two recently constructed missile silo fields in China in an effort to identify key geospatial and geological characteristics that can be used to define a search strategy for future silo field ...
Understanding the Impact of an Emissions Trading System on Building Energy Reductions in China
Rapid economic development in China has led to a significant increase in the number of buildings and building energy usage. According to ASHRAE, buildings in China account for approximately 25% of total energy use and ...
China's Renewable and Nuclear Energy Agenda: A Geopolitical Strategy?
This study is a culmination of research performed during the Master of Science in Energy Policy and Climate Program at Johns Hopkins University. Through questioning, research accumulation, aggregation, analytical review, ...