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FACTBOX - Reuters top global political risk trends for 2011

LONDON (Reuters) - China-U.S. rivalry, ageing leaders, the chance of an Israeli attack on Iran and the political fallout from 2010's euro zone crisis will top the global political risks in 2011.

FACTBOX - Reuters top global political risk trends for 2011

LONDON (Reuters) - China-U.S. rivalry, ageing leaders, the chance of an Israeli attack on Iran and the political fallout from 2010's euro zone crisis will top the global political risks in 2011.

China growing frustrated with NKorea, says Australia

BRISBANE, Australia (Reuters) - China is growing increasingly frustrated with North Korea and calls by the West for it to curb Pyongyang overestimate Beijing's influence in the reclusive state, said Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd.

Interesting times again

Three decades of successful economic change later, China grapples with the prospect of political reform.

Interesting times again

Three decades of successful economic change later, China grapples with the prospect of political reform.

China to win as Myanmar heads to the polls

BEIJING (Reuters) - Myanmar's secretive election is still a few weeks off, but one winner is already clear: China.

China's absent political reforms worry many

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Communist Party has vowed ambitious changes on all fronts except the one -- its vast power -- that worried scholars, officials and even Premier Wen Jiabao call the biggest threat to long-term growth and stability.

NEWSMAKER - China's troubleshooting Xi marked for big things

BEIJING (Reuters) - Married to a one-time famous singer and briefly in charge of China's richest and most glamorous city, troubleshooting Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping is now well on his way to taking the top job in 2013.

China's Xi gets military post, succession boost

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping won a boost to his succession prospects on Monday, when the ruling Communist Party promoted him to the body that oversees the country's military, according to the official Xinhua news agency.

China's Xi gets military post, succession boost

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping won a boost to his succession prospects on Monday, when the ruling Communist Party promoted him to the body that oversees the country's military, according to the official Xinhua news agency.