Life in China’s American Dream Town
By Adam James Smith
A new documentary explores the idealized vision of American life behind Jackson Hole, China.
What Was Taiwan’s President Doing in Eswatini?
By Brian Hioe
For what might be her last foreign trip as president, Tsai Ing-wen chose to highlight one of Taiwan's firmest remaining diplomatic relationships.
Alongside Military Threats, China Promotes Economic ‘Integration’ With Taiwan
By Simina Mistreanu and Huizhong Wu
Beijing unveiled a plan for a “integrated development demonstration zone” in Fujian, the Chinese province closest to Taiwan, even as it steps up military activities in the Taiwan Strait.
In Global Battle for Hearts and Minds, China and Russia Have Edge Over US
By Dmitriy Nurullayev
Analysis of 30 years of U.N. data reveals that China and Russia have been far more successful in winning support for their positions from the global community.
What World War II Narratives Reveal About China-Russia Relations
By Vincent K.L. Chang and Eric Siyi Zhang
Despite efforts by Beijing and Moscow to align their official memories of the war for strategic ends, a large-scale analysis of state media coverage shows that any convergence is one-sided and shallow.
Are China’s Healthcare and Biopharma Sectors Really Open for Investment?
By Patrick Beyrer
To attract foreign investment, the Chinese healthcare and biopharma sectors are more open for business than ever – or at least they claim to be. But challenges exist beneath the surface.
China’s Economy Might Be Down, But Don’t Expect Regime Collapse
By Jinghao Zhou
Predicting the downfall of the CCP has been a longstanding pastime for some scholars.
Xi Is Skipping the G20. Will He Miss the APEC Summit Too?
By Zhiqun Zhu
The circumstances are similar: a geopolitical rival hosting an international gathering Xi has never missed.
Restricting Foreign State Immunity: China’s New Law and What It Means
By Anushka Saxena
The law could be used to attack foreign state immunity on multiple fronts, including commercial transactions and IPR, especially against rival states like India and the United States
The Latest China-Africa Leaders Dialogue: What Has Changed?
By Ovigwe Eguegu and Hannah Ryder
A brief meeting on the sidelines of the BRICS summit was the first chance for many African leaders to speak with Xi Jinping since the pandemic began.
Social Reengineering in the Name of Security in Xinjiang
By Michael Clarke
The CCP's efforts to transform Xinjiang reflect the near- and long-term imperatives of settler colonialism.
Hong Kong’s Top Court Rules in Favor of Recognizing Same-Sex Partnerships
By Kanis Leung
The ruling stopped short of granting full marriage rights to same-sex couples, but nonetheless represents a breakthrough for the LGBTQ+ community.