The Berlin-based scholar talks about the choices facing German businesses; 'patchwork globalization'; and why no one in Europe is interested in decoupling from China.
The scholar reflects on what he's learned from reading the Communist Party's official newspaper every day for two years.
The scholar talks about Xinjiang's relationship to Central Asia, the BRI's origins, and the China-Russia relationship in Central Asia.
The president of the U.S.-China Business Council talks about staying competitive, eschewing loyalty tests and inching toward a conflict of law.
The anthropologists describe the lack of physical bridge building, the idea of the "far east" in the Russian imagination, Putin's pivot to Asia, and the responsibility of life at the border.
The CEO talks about Evergrande, Kaisa, China’s bond market, and just how widespread the problems in China’s real estate sector are.
The co-founder of Rhodium Group explains why ‘common prosperity’ has nothing to do with policy, why money flows into China are increasingly short-term, and why Beijing needs Wall Street firms to stay in the game.
The scholar discusses China's defensive use of the UN as well as the benefits it gets from participating in peacekeeping.
The member of European Parliament talks about being sanctioned, a new EU Taiwan report, and why the CAI was a slap in the face of the incoming Biden administration.
Why did Chinese authorities allow the country’s largest developer to reach the brink of collapse?
The political reporter and author talks about how 'Wolf Warrior' tactics aren't entirely new and why China’s political system sets an upper limit on the effectiveness of its diplomats.