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Agribusiness giant Syngenta is unique on the world stage: it is a state-owned Chinese firm with an American CEO. After ChemChina's historic purchase of the company in 2017 — the largest ever purchase by a...
The journalists and authors talk about what sets China's use of surveillance tech apart from other countries; how the building blocks of that tech came from the West; and how the surveillance state can be...
Water-related crises around the world have shown that current systems of governance and economic organization are unsuited for a world altered by global warming.
China is poised to be a leader in next generation nuclear power.
A look at the low-end smartphone maker: its rapid growth, its evolving business and its investors.
China became “the world’s factory” in large part due to its demographics: a tidal wave of young, hungry workers drove growth by churning out low value goods. But between rapidly changing demographics and rising wages,...
China is now continuing a century-long pattern of mirroring its neighbor’s historical trajectory.
Tony Saich’s best guesstimates on Xi’s chances of reappointment, how the party’s leadership structure will change, and what to look for in terms of future policy trends.
A look at Xiao Jianhua’s financial empire: the companies involved, what’s happened to them, and what, if anything, remains.
The professor talks about his latest book; why engagement was a gamble, not a blunder; what changed after Tiananmen; and why the U.S. should take a stronger line against China.
A look at key concepts in the semiconductor supply chain and what recent events mean in the competition over its control.
Cheng Lei, a prominent Australian journalist, has been detained in China for two years. Can the new Australian administration reset relations and finally help set her free?