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How China Can Avert an Employment Crisis
June 16, 2020

How China Can Avert an Employment Crisis

By Yan Liang
In trying to recover from the economic damage done by COVID-19, Beijing’s top concern will be battling unemployment.

After COVID-19, Can China Still Become ‘Moderately Prosperous’?
June 09, 2020

After COVID-19, Can China Still Become ‘Moderately Prosperous’?

By Montijn Huisman
Reaching “xiaokang shehui” status is a crucial goal for the CCP. Is it still achievable?
How China’s Poverty Alleviation Campaign Helped Give Birth to COVID-19
April 28, 2020

How China’s Poverty Alleviation Campaign Helped Give Birth to COVID-19

By Canghao Chen
China’s wildlife trade, believed to be the origin of the new coronavirus, was encouraged as a way to lift rural workers out of poverty.

As Kim Jong Un Crossed China, Did He Like What He Saw?
March 08, 2019

As Kim Jong Un Crossed China, Did He Like What He Saw?

By Bonnie Girard
Kim’s train ride through China would have sent mixed signals about the country’s development model.

Why Is the Chinese Public So Hostile Toward Development Assistance?
September 13, 2018

Why Is the Chinese Public So Hostile Toward Development Assistance?

By Zhang Chao
The announcement of $60 billion in financing for Africa sparked anger at home -- and the government bears the blame.

Is This the Year China Gets Serious About Ending Rural Poverty?
February 13, 2018

Is This the Year China Gets Serious About Ending Rural Poverty?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China has long spoken of a 'war on poverty,' but recent signs suggest it might be even more of a focus in 2018.

India Lags Behind China in Social Wellbeing
November 26, 2016

India Lags Behind China in Social Wellbeing

By K.S. Venkatachalam
When it comes to disease, hunger, and social progress, India is far behind China.
Resources, 'National Unity' Underpin Xi's Trip to Western China
September 04, 2016

Resources, 'National Unity' Underpin Xi's Trip to Western China

By David Volodzko
Xi Jinping's recent trip to Qinghai highlights what Beijing sees when it looks to China's western regions.

Can China's New Charity Law Fix a Dismal Donation Rate?
March 17, 2016

Can China's New Charity Law Fix a Dismal Donation Rate?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Chinese charitable giving ranks at the bottom of the world. A new law aims to fix that.

China’s 'War Against Poverty'
January 29, 2014

China’s 'War Against Poverty'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Keqiang has vowed to fight a "war against poverty," highlighting the existing imbalances in China's economic growth.

Inharmonious Society? China's Rising Income Inequality
December 15, 2012

Inharmonious Society? China's Rising Income Inequality

A new study shows that China’s wealth gap is growing. Can new leaders in Beijing bridge the divide?

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