Last year saw a dramatic rise in negative perceptions of China. What can Beijing do to reverse the trend in 2021?
China’s yuan has emerged as a global currency that is uniquely sensitive to the outcome of the US election.
The tenets of the liberal world order are often set up in zero-sum opposition to the benefits of Chinese investment, and no one knows this better than the European Union.
A new dynamic is emerging in China-Australia relations: Beijing brandishing the economic stick whenever Canberra steps out of line.
The first official data has been published outlining the economic hit to China from COVID-19, and it’s considerably worse than many were expecting.
Recounting the latest economic disruptions due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
For a Chinese economy still reeling from the US trade war, the Wuhan coronavirus couldn’t have hit at a worse time.
With a flagging economy and no end to the US-China trade war in sight, will Beijing go back to the infrastructure stimulus well?
Hong Kong’s quest for identity recognition, transparency, good governance, and rule-of-law is starting to resemble one of the darkest moments in China’s modern history.
The Chinese telecom’s public diplomacy blitz in the United States has room for improvement.