China’s Internal Challenges Will Threaten by Xi Jinping’s Reign

Political reform paved the way for the collapse of the Qing dynasty, and it is coming for Beijing once again. Right after New Year’s Day, Peking University Professor Zheng... Read more »

China’s Information War Against The Uyghurs

From Russia’s meddling in the U.S. 2016 presidential election to China’s “influence operations” in Australia and the United States, it is clear that the manipulation of information in pursuit... Read more »

US Tariffs Injured China, New Shutdown Possible, Says Trump

President Donald Trump has said the U.S tariffs injured Chinese economy and it is paying a big price. Speaking at the CBS News’ “Face the Nation,” Trump touched upon... Read more »

Why The West Won’t Act on China’s Uighur Crisis

Western nations have criticized but failed to impose punitive measures for China’s internment of as many as one million Uighur Muslims in de facto concentration camps. As evidence mounts... Read more »

China’s Manufacturing Becomes a Casualty of US Trade War

China is awash with data and most of it has been rather depressing. Just hours after the opening day of high-level trade talks concluded in Washington, the National Bureau... Read more »

The Myth Of a Neo Imperial China

New Silk Road infrastructure projects could bring back a peaceful and prosperous Eurasia The geopolitical focus of the still young 21st century spans the Indian Ocean from the Persian... Read more »

Liu He: China to Roll Out Fresh Market Opening Measures This Year

China will roll out fresh market-opening measures this year that could exceed “international expectations”, a top Communist Party official said in Davos on Wednesday (Jan 24). China will ease... Read more »

China’s Understanding of Global Order Shouldn’t Be Ours

Niall Ferguson is a prolific public intellectual who has made a career out of shattering shibboleths. At various points he has defended the achievements of the British Empire, argued... Read more »