The renminbi’s fall against the dollar this year seems to have caused Chinese policymakers unusual levels of anxiety.
Water-related crises around the world have shown that current systems of governance and economic organization are unsuited for a world altered by global warming.
China is now continuing a century-long pattern of mirroring its neighbor’s historical trajectory.
New research shows that China and the U.S. could both decarbonize their grids by 80 percent between now and 2035.
By ratcheting up the pressure on Taiwan, China is following a strategy that it honed in its past confrontations with Japan.
China’s educational resurgence is much less a threat than an opportunity for American and other international universities.
For the second time in a decade, the British Government finds itself asking what sort of relationship it wants with the Chinese Communist Party and...
With unemployment in China rising, economic stimulus is urgently needed. But Premier Li Keqiang has been wise to highlight the importance of not overdoing it.
China has always massaged its demographic figures, but a recent, large-scale data breach offers some sorely needed clarity.
Disengagement will impede growth, increase business costs, and raise prices for everyone in the West. But the economy that loses the most may be China’s.
Globalization previously made it easier for major central banks to pursue and maintain low inflation.
Chinese forces may well have to land in Taiwan before the world finds out whether the U.S. is willing to defend the island militarily. But...