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.
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.
In an echo of 2014, protesters marching en masse in Hong Kong. And this time they might actually achieve their goal.
The Chinese telecom’s public diplomacy blitz in the United States has room for improvement.
Xi Jinping has dusted off an old ‘magic weapon’ to wage political warfare at home and abroad. Here’s a brief history of the global influencing operation that surprisingly few have heard of.
Zac and Nick discuss whether the rumored terms of the US-China trade deal are a win for the Trump administration.
What’s behind the recent devaluation of the renminbi, and what’s its floor?
Avoiding the Thucydides Trap and the middle-income trap will require compromise, domestic stability, and constructive relations with the US.
The opening volleys have been fired in the long awaited US-China trade war.
For better or worse, the elimination of presidential term limits will be looked back on as a turning point in modern Chinese history.