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Clashes Rage In Pakistan's Baluchistan Province

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From inside China, it often appears as if modern Chinese power is more aimed at erasing a painful past than at writing a dominant future. But there is one topic where the peace-loving Chinese seem worryingly militaristic: Taiwan. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After taking office this year, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's first major foreign trip was to China, where she met Premier Wen Jiabao in Beijing in April. China has become Brazil's largest trade partner and largest investor. Minouru Iwasaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Japanese man, who had believed official statements that radiation was not being released, expresses shock as a radiation monitor goes off the scale in this March 13 photo taken not far from the damaged Fukushima power plant. Courtesy of Ryuichi Hirokawa hide caption

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Japanese Ask: What Kind Of Changes Do We Want?

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Activist artist Ai Weiwei speaks to journalists gathered outside his home in Beijing, China, Thursday. Ng Han Guan/AP hide caption

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A Chinese Dissident Is Freed, But He's Still Not Free

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