The Day After the Second Korean War
By John Reid
The greatest threat to U.S. victory in a Korean war scenario isn't the North Korean military. It's postwar insurgency.
Filial Piety and Family Violence in China
By David Volodzko
Is there a connection between China's emphasis on filial piety and high rates of elder and child abuse?
Can China and South Korea Capitalize on Their Cultural Connections?
By Jin Kai
Despite a shared background in Confucianism, these cultural traditions are interpreted differently in China and Korea.
China's New Moral Education Campaign
By Kerry Brown
As economic growth slows, China's leader are trying their hands at building moral (rather than economic) capital.
Xi Jinping's Greatest Challenge
By Yang Hengjun
It's not anti-corruption or the economy, but a deeper contradiction.
Why China Can't Change Course in the South China Sea
By Ankit Panda
According to China's foreign minister, concessions in the South China Sea would embarrass China's ancestors.
China’s Misunderstood History of Gay Tolerance
By Yuxin Zhang
The Chinese LGBT community struggles to establish itself against intolerance. It wasn’t always that way.
Unity, Family, and Socialism: President Xi Offers Chinese New Year Greetings
By Shannon Tiezzi
By placing the family front and center, Xi is drawing a parallel with national unity.
Making the Chinese Dream Come True
By Richard Ghiasy, Stephan Mothe, and Frances Pontemayor
If the Chinese Dream is to lead to a more viable social contract, the CPC must review how it produces and packages its messages.