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NYU Shanghai represented a huge experiment: Could an American university really maintain control in an authoritarian country? The answer a decade ago was an optimistic 'yes.' But a new lawsuit has exposed some of the...
The authors talk about their new Hoover Institution report, the big picture of unclassified research collaboration, and why academics can't just neatly compartmentalize risk.
Some regional powers will be tempted to engage in aggression against weaker neighbors to test U.S. resolve. But the diminution of America’s global stature could also bring significant benefits.
A look at the National Social Security Fund as China confronts its looming old age crisis.
The intense levels of dialogue between the two countries on climate can now translate into practical cooperation.
The tenor of the current U.S.-China relationship raises doubts about the world's future health and prosperity.
Beijing-based Nuctech has swelled into one of the largest security screening manufacturers in the world, with their scanners servicing airports, embassies and ports in some 160 countries. Their tagline is, “Creating a safer world.” The...
A look at Feitian Technologies, which sells security devices to Google, Symantec, J.P. Morgan and Softbank.
The anthropologists describe the lack of physical bridge building, the idea of the "far east" in the Russian imagination, Putin's pivot to Asia, and the responsibility of life at the border.
With a mRNA vaccine finally in trials, will China change its Covid approach?
For more than a decade, the U.S. has tried to use tariffs as a way to thwart China's solar panel manufacturing industry while nurturing its own — and many analysts say it's been a disaster....
Our infographics look at China’s role producing the commodities of the future, and the key Chinese companies that stand to gain.