China Is Far From Alone in Experiencing Population Decline
By Michele Bruni
Beijing can glean valuable lessons from other countries’ struggles with low birthrates – first and foremost the need to embrace immigration.
What If China Isn’t Really That Unique?
By Evan Freidin
Trends relating to birth rates and tech industry layoffs are not unique to China, but a part of a broader story of global change.
Is China a ‘Paper Tiger’?
By Karman Lucero
Xi Jinping’s focus on ideological struggle will not help overcome the long-term problems that constrain China’s potential.
‘Human Mines’: China’s Population Policy Flip-Flops Spark Anger
By Chauncey Jung
As China’s government deepens its push to raise the birthrate, Chinese internet users compare themselves to extracted minerals.
China Records 1st Population Fall in Decades as Births Drop
By Ken Moritsugu
China's population has begun to decline about a decade earlier than previously expected.