The academic talks about Beijing’s response to the Israel-Hamas conflict and the Houthi attacks in the Red Sea, plus why China’s ‘alternative order’ is attractive to countries in the Global South.
The academic and former diplomat talks about the need for a more realistic strategy towards China and why the West and Beijing often fail to communicate.
The journalist discusses the trade-offs involved in sourcing the minerals needed to power the clean energy transition, and how the U.S. fell behind China in producing vital resources.
The political analyst talks about how Europe’s mindset towards China needs to change, why Beijing’s support for Russia over Ukraine is a watershed moment, and the EU’s looming battle over electric vehicles.
The writer discusses the extraordinary diversity and creativity of Chinese cuisine, and why it could offer valuable lessons around a sustainable food future.
The political economist talks about the changing roles of China's massive state-backed investment funds, their tie-ups with Wall Street and how Western governments should treat them.
The academic talks about how the EU can pursue its own strategy towards China, what its approach to the Taiwan situation should be, and the state of China-watching in the U.S. and Europe.
The economist explains how China's current model has run its course and why the country needs speedier political development.
The former China correspondent talks about how the tragedies of the 1960s and 70s are discussed inside China today, the Communist Party's approach to this period of its history and why some people are nostalgic for those years.
The UBS economist talks about China's rebalancing dilemma; the cost and benefit of state intervention; why resolving debt issues is more of a slow burn in China; and the perennial questions she gets from investors.
The author and academic talks about how trade has actually changed over the last 40 years; why China's rise is linked to Asia's regionalization; and why international supply chains are efficient and resilient.
The professor talks about his new book; why Mao is still relevant to Chinese entrepreneurs; and why appreciating the Great Helmsman's legacy is vital to understanding how Chinese business and politics work today.