Mark Eades

Mark C. Eades is an American writer and educator based in Shanghai, China. He has spent a total of five years in China since his first visit in 1991, and has taught at Fudan University, Shanghai International Studies University, and in the private sector in Shanghai. He is also widely traveled throughout East and Southeast Asia. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science and a Master of Arts in Humanities from San Francisco State University with extensive coursework in Asian and Transpacific studies. Eades' previous publications include articles on China and Sino-US relations in US News & World Report, Asia Times, Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, and Atlantic Community.
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China Hedges its Bets on the Ukraine Crisis

China's autocrats are hoping for a Russian victory in Ukraine. As events unfold quickly in Ukraine, Russia's increasingly close ally China is hedging its bets on an uncertain outcome. China has been quick to condemn US and European involvement in Ukraine's affairs, but has withheld judgment either for or against Russia's military actions in the country. Meanwhile, Chinese... Continue Reading

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