Inside China’s Belt and Road Tangle
By Sebastian Strangio
Far from being a strategic masterplan, the BRI is a chaotic enterprise that contains the seeds of its own negation.
Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?
By Derek Grossman
The framework for governing Hong Kong and Macau – and, Beijing hopes, one day Taiwan – is battered but unbroken.
While Hong Kong Protests, Macau Sleeps Through Erosion of Freedoms
By Benedict Rogers
Macau is the posted child for what Beijing wants from 'one country, two systems.' That should worry Hong Kong greatly.
Hong Kong Activists Barred From Travel to Macau on Day of Xi Visit
By Associated Press
On the 20th anniversary of Macau’s return to Chinese control, Beijing wants Hong Kong to learn from its fellow special administrative region.
Can Beijing and Hong Kong Rejuvenate ‘One Country, Two Systems’?
By Brian Wong
The "one country, two systems" principle has structural limitations that merit addressing.
A China-Portugal Nexus in the Making?
By Eleanor Albert
China's growing presence in Portugal exemplifies the diverse stances of EU members toward Beijing.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge: White Elephant in the Pearl River
By Martin Sebena
The bridge will never recover its costs. Hardly anyone can drive on it. So why was it built?
Are Casinos Coming to Taiwan?
By Ross Darrell Feingold
Kinmen County is set to vote on a referendum that could approve casino gaming.
The Time a Corrupt Chinese Official’s Mistress Told Me to Run
By Yang Hengjun
A conversation from 2007 contrasts sharply to today's anti-corruption campaign in China.
Macau Gambles on More Casinos Amid Downturn
By Anthony Fensom
Is the “Las Vegas of the Far East” taking too big a gamble?
Macau: The Poster Child for 'One Country, Two Systems'
By Shannon Tiezzi
Today, Macau is a "one country, two systems" success story, but economic problems could threaten its stability.
Boxing's Great Leap Forward
By Luke Hunt
Pro boxing is taking off in China, helped by the emergence of a home-grown star.