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Among the handful of truly global architecture firms, the New York-based Kohn Pedersen Fox has distinguished itself in China, designing some of the country’s most iconic buildings. Now, with 40 percent of its portfolio based...
The U.S. is reportedly considering a drastic move against the security camera company.
Talk about China’s 'Lehman moment' overlooks the fact that the country's household balance sheet looks very different from America's.
A breakdown of which, and how much, of these minerals are needed in different green technologies, and how that relates to the global supply.
The former Australian prime minister talks about the extraordinary personal chemistry between Xi and Putin, the reality checks slowly working their way through the Chinese system, and the realist framework that just might work for...
After capitalizing on China's crypto boom, Binance CEO "CZ" fled China just in the nick of time. But critics say he's been running ever since, "jurisdiction hopping" as authorities around the world are trying to...
Strategic competition tends to be viewed as a worrisome, even threatening, prospect. It need not be.
How has Russia's invasion of Ukraine affected citizens of Taiwan?
A look at one of Asia’s largest private equity firms, which is in hot water after recent criticisms of China's economy.
The chief U.S. negotiator when China joined the WTO reflects on the surprises and failures of that landmark deal and why she thinks the U.S. can stay preeminent, even if it's not predominant.
The best new books on how to manage the U.S.-China competition, as well as titles on Chinese literature and even cooking.
The scholar explains the myth of 'debt trap diplomacy', how Covid has changed China's relationship to Africa, and China's capacity to 'meddle.'