Formal opposition to Xi Jinping is highly unlikely, but that doesn't mean there isn't disquiet about his way of operating.
China can easily help Russia and its oligarchs circumvent U.S. sanctions. But should it?
True deleveraging is painful, but it is also bad for policy innovation.
Xi's ability to rapidly overturn existing consensus has left investors in the dark.
Beijing's regulatory crackdown on tech companies threatens to break up the transnational community that allowed China's homegrown tech sector to thrive.
The short-lived success of Clubhouse speaks volumes about the inadequacies of existing Chinese platforms.
As Covid vaccinations ramp up in the rest of the world, China faces two unpalatable choices.
The ruling Communist Party has just offered signals on politics, technology and the economy. How will the country’s 14th Five-Year Plan shape China and the world?
Xi's "empty plates" campaign only makes sense if China’s leadership thinks there will be an even greater shock to the global trading system in the months ahead.
Boosting consumption and disposable income should take priority over restoring the nation’s fiscal reputation.
Hong Kong’s markets barely flinched after China’s new national security law was announced. But investors may come to realize that Hong Kong’s financial system has been fundamentally altered.