How Chinese Nationalism Is Changing
By Brian Wong
Chinese nationalism used to be aimed at both domestic and foreign audiences. Not anymore.
The Domestic Hazards in China’s Diplomacy
By Xue Li and Xu Yanzhuo
China's foreign policy decision-making process has serious flaws that need to be addressed.
China’s Imploding Pressure Cooker: Xinfang Petitions
By Leo Lin
The petition system plays an important role, but is seriously underpowered.
4 Qualities Every Aspiring Chinese Bureaucrat Must Possess
By Dingding Chen
It is imperative for China to train and promote new officials who are idealistic, brave, clean, and global-minded.
What About China's Selfless Officials?
By Yang Hengjun
The same system that fostered heroically selfless Chinese officials also creates an atmosphere for corruption.
How the Chinese Bureaucracy Decides
The recent toughening of Beijing’s policy on North Korea is a case study of how policy decisions get made within the Chinese government.