The United Nations released its 2006 list of 10 forgotten stories. They are not ranked according to significance.
1. Liberia : Development challenges top agenda as the nation recovers from years of civil strife.
2. Lost in migration: Asylum seekers face challenges amid efforts to stem flows of illegal migrants.
3. Democratic Republic of Congo: As the country moves boldly towards historic vote, humanitarian concerns continue to demand attention
4. Nepal's hidden tragedy: Children caught in the conflict
5. Somalia: Security vacuum compounding effects of drought
6. Protracted refugee situations: Millions caught in limbo, with no solutions in sight
7. South Asian earthquake: Relief effort saves lives, stems losses, but reconstruction tasks loom large
8. Behind bars, beyond justice: An untold story of children in conflict with the law.
9. From water wars to bridges of cooperation: Exploring the peace-building potential of a shared resource
10. Ivory Coast: A strike away from igniting violence amidst a faltering peace process, reports AP.
To understand how China will act, one must understand the logic of China's development. This logic has always been almost the same, be it the Middle Ages, or modern times