Browbeating billionaires won’t address structural imbalances in China’s economy.
The real business-related challenge for the U.S. vis-à-vis China is the tradeoff between national security and the benefits of economic exchange.
In Europe, Beijing is still seen as a competitor and partner — not a rival.
China’s new Personal Information Protection Law may turn out to be far weaker than it appears.
AI will reorganize the world and change the course of human history. The democratic world must lead that process.
The U.S. has mostly followed a mechanical and “rational” paradigm for policymaking. China's organic approach is better suited to today's world.
Xi's ability to rapidly overturn existing consensus has left investors in the dark.
While few expected China's financial markets to grow so big so quickly, there is still much more to come.
A longtime China optimist fears the recent tech crackdowns represent a tipping point.
Keeping the borders closed may make it easier to govern China near-term, but the broader consequences would be tragic and potentially dangerous.
China has made the pragmatic decision to accept the coup, but that position is not without consequences.
Beijing's regulatory crackdown on tech companies threatens to break up the transnational community that allowed China's homegrown tech sector to thrive.