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When China loaned Ethiopia more than $2.5 billion to build a railway, it was cultivating a unique relationship in Africa that it hoped would unlock enormous economic potential. But now, with the debts unpaid and...
Thanks to the supply chain bottleneck, China's shipbuilders are in high demand — a potential boon to the country's Navy.
A look at the companies that helped carry out Xi Jinping's signature policy initiative.
The co-founder of Rhodium Group explains why ‘common prosperity’ has nothing to do with policy, why money flows into China are increasingly short-term, and why Beijing needs Wall Street firms to stay in the game.
We risk serious errors as a nation if we shy away from reality because we find it distasteful.
A look at Microsoft’s China business, including what’s left and the concessions it has had to make in order to stay.
The extensive China connections in Donald Trump’s latest deal do not break any laws, but they are surprising.
The scholar talks about the difficulty of advising young people to go into the China field, the internal Chinese narrative about U.S. decline, and how Xi Jinping is a “modern emperor.”
In an excerpt from his new memoir, the exiled artist Ai Weiwei describes his father's first meeting with Mao Zedong — and how he came to inherit the famed poet's strong belief in the role...
Asia cannot fully decarbonize without becoming even more financially interconnected with — and dependent on — China.
Without understanding the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), it is impossible to understand modern day Xinjiang. Understanding the XPCC, however, is no small feat.
How China’s property downturn could shake local governments.