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Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations
March 05, 2019

Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations

By Ankit Panda, Orville Schell, and Susan Shirk
A new report peers into the future of the world’s most consequential bilateral relationship.

No Place for Real Marxists in Communist China
October 06, 2018

No Place for Real Marxists in Communist China

By Palden Sonam
Students are finding out the hard way that there is a huge gap between pure Marxism and the Chinese brand.
Communist China’s Crackdown on Labor Protesters
August 28, 2018

Communist China’s Crackdown on Labor Protesters

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s rhetorical embrace of Marx hasn’t prevented the arrests of activists supporting an independent trade union.

What Has Karl Marx Ever Done for China?
May 14, 2018

What Has Karl Marx Ever Done for China?

By Kerry Brown
The key to Marx's appeal for modern China lies in his conception of history.

China: The Shadow Power for a Shadow Age
April 24, 2018

China: The Shadow Power for a Shadow Age

By Kerry Brown
In an age of illusion, China is among the chief sources of spectacle.

Interview: Daniel Bell
December 17, 2015

Interview: Daniel Bell

By Emanuel Pastreich
Chinese meritocracy and the limits of democracy

Deng Liqun’s Glorious Departure
February 18, 2015

Deng Liqun’s Glorious Departure

By Bo Zhiyue
Though a controversial figure in life, Deng was showered with accolades upon his death.
8 Simple Rules for Saving the Chinese Communist Party
October 10, 2014

8 Simple Rules for Saving the Chinese Communist Party

By Shannon Tiezzi
In a major Party address, Xi outlines his vision for ensuring the survival of the CCP.

China-India Relations in the Modi Era
June 14, 2014

China-India Relations in the Modi Era

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss India-China relations with The Diplomat's Shannon Tiezzi.

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