Why Xi Jinping Is China's Putin
By Yang Hengjun
China and India: Mirror Images?
Beijing and Delhi complement each other nicely. While China has development down, India excels at the political.
The Edward Snowden Car: Made in China
Plus, Bo Xilai’s son breaks his silence ahead of his father’s trial. Tuesday China links.
What Reform Does and Doesn’t Mean in China
In Mandarin, “reform” refers to the amelioration of existing structures and policies, not Western democracy.
Channeling Deng Xiaoping
The destination of Xi Jinping’s first domestic trip as party leader sends a signal he may be following a familiar path.
Planning for China's 'Fall'
Two decades ago the West was surprised by the Soviet Union’s collapse. Michael Auslin presents five trends to watch in China.
Wen Jiabao’s Riches and Political Reform in China
A recent bombshell in the New York Times could potentially influence the Chinese political landscape.
Chinese Legal Reform: Game On?
The recent State Council’s 2012 White Paper on Judicial Reform in China seems to have created more questions than answers.
China's Social Media Challenge
Chinese ‘netizens’ are increasingly turning to Weibo and other forms of social media to express themselves.
China's Challenges: Political Reform
By Suisheng Zhao
Getting Rich in Shenzhen
Forbes magazine’s latest list of the richest people in China shows Shenzhen is the place for billionaires.
Communist Party Showdown?
The Communist Party is meeting to discuss China’s next five-year plan. What else is on the agenda?