What Might a Chinese World Order Look Like?
By Xue Li and Cheng Zhangxi
Using the ancient concept of Li to understand a Chinese order.
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.
Ian Johnson on Religion in China, Past and Future
By Young China Watchers
"Religion and the search for values are moving back to the center of a national discussion in China."
The Politics of Religion in China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Fenggang Yang.
Anti-Intellectualism, Chinese Style
By Xie Tao
"China is also witnessing a new wave of anti-intellectualism that is unprecedented in its scope and intensity."
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?
Xi Jinping's Greatest Challenge
By Yang Hengjun
It's not anti-corruption or the economy, but a deeper contradiction.
The Chinese Communist Party's Confucian Revival
By Jin Kai
Xi Jinping's emphasis on Confucius has a modern-day political purpose.
Confucian Crackdown: New Chinese Law Enforces Filial Piety
Too busy to visit your parents? In China, this could mean fines or detention.