One U.S. university's efforts to improve knowledge of semiconductors could end up helping the country's economic rivals.
It’s getting easier for visitors to China to pay for things, thanks to tie ups between Visa, Mastercard and Alipay. That could have implications for...
Taiwan’s foreign minister discusses efforts to reach out to ‘like-minded partners’ and break out from China’s diplomatic encirclement.
Beijing has announced new measures to support private companies. Its recent track record invites skepticism.
More than two decades after it paved the way for China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, the U.S. is increasingly uncomfortable with the result...
The economics commentator discusses why people have lost faith in their leaders, the risks of U.S.-China decoupling and how to deal with Beijing.
As Russian power and influence wanes, will China fill the void in Central Asia? In the name of the New Silk Road, Chinese companies have...
Could an experiment in Zhejiang province herald long-awaited reforms to allow Chinese people to become more mobile?
The economist and former Treasury official discusses China's currency policy, its influence over U.S. markets and the best way for Washington to respond.
As European attitudes towards China grow more skeptical, Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán has never wavered in his support for deeper links.
Young women’s darkening employment outlook is just one of many signs that the Chinese economy is headed in the wrong direction.
China's efforts to portray itself as a peacemaker in some of the world's most complex regions are so far failing to bear fruit.