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...
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The extensive China connections in Donald Trump’s latest deal do not break any laws, but they are surprising.
A look at Microsoft’s China business, including what’s left and the concessions it has had to make in order to stay.
Ai Weiwei's new memoir and Microsoft's China calculus.
True deleveraging is painful, but it is also bad for policy innovation.
The journalist talks about his new Wuhan book, the "quite damaging" circumstantial evidence and demanding reciprocity with China.
Law firms are trying harder than ever to understand the opaque interagency's rulings.
How China’s property downturn could shake local governments.
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.
A closer look at Wuhan, Xinjiang and the many local governments struggling to make ends meet.
The most essential China books from the last two months that add much-needed depth to the headlines.
The scholar discusses China's defensive use of the UN as well as the benefits it gets from participating in peacekeeping.