Book recommendations for our swift-changing times, including the first on-the-ground account of life in Wuhan during the lockdown.
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In a new book, two Wall Street Journal reporters take you behind the scenes of the trade war negotiations, and into deliberations of the Politburo.
As U.S. producer Smithfield warned of meat shortages unless plants stayed open, workers contracted Covid-19 and exports to China surged.
Reflecting on the history, narratives and policies that brought us to this moment.
For almost a half century, the U.S. and China have operated under a fragile policy framework of "engagement." But with the two countries facing their...
Washington is moving to restrict U.S.-China capital flows. But there’s a trillion-dollar reason why this can’t go on forever.
The new law could actually lead to more listings by high-quality Chinese private-sector firms. And when that happens, everyone wins.
Move to ban students linked to the Chinese Army, other restrictions could drive away immigrant talent pool, schools warn.
There are close to 1,300 companies on the U.S. Entity List, mostly from Russia and China. But who are they and how did they get...
SenseTime, one of the world's hottest AI companies, was supposedly blacklisted when it was put on the U.S. Entity List last year. But that didn't...
What happens when one of the world's hottest AI companies gets blacklisted?
How a small company hoping to step into China’s medical market was blocked by a powerful technology gatekeeper.