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.
For those in China at the time, news of Nixon’s upcoming visit caused a vague yet powerful sense that life was changing.
Chinese companies like Alibaba and Tencent use 'VIE' structures to list on foreign exchanges like the NYSE. But these structures are inherently risky.
With a selective understanding of its past and the Xi-centric caricature of its present, what is the future of the CCP as it passes 100?
China's efforts to stabilize commodity prices should help the U.S. avoid a worst-case scenario.
Without broader reforms to address high costs of living and rural-urban divides, China’s new policy could make the difficult problem of a declining fertility rate...
Covid-19 has spurred a far-reaching shift to telecommuting in the West. But China has not followed suit, even though the payoffs would be far larger...
A gender imbalance in China has damaged the workplace and trade. Beijing could correct that, and spur population growth.
The view of China as a strategic rival has taken over the American political mainstream, with leaders largely choosing confrontation over cooperation.