China’s Leader Xi Jinping to Visit Vietnam Next Week
By Sebastian Strangio
The trip comes on the heels of the Vietnamese government's significant diplomatic upgrades with the United States and Japan.
Is China Open for Business Again?
By Lea Thome
China’s signals that its economy is open for business and tourism are increasingly urgent, but will they be effective?
Can Xi Jinping Achieve His Ambitions After the Biden-Xi Summit?
By Jianli Yang
Xi’s transformation from “wolf warrior” to “panda” was more about what came after the summit: a major gathering with American CEOs.
The Political Aims of ‘Xi Jinping Thought’
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Steve Tsang and Olivia Cheung.
The Power – and Limits – of Xi Jinping
By Zhuoran Li
Xi may have more power than any Chinese leader since Mao Zedong, but even he can’t fully implement his policy preferences.
After the Thaw, What’s Next for Australia and China?
By Evan Freidin
Xi called the recent visit by Albanese “a new starting point” but a new starting point for what exactly?
Biden, Xi Hit the Reset Button on China-US Relations. Can It Last?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The biggest outcome from the meeting was a promise to keep talking on a whole host of issues. But that achievement shouldn't be underestimated.
Biden’s Goal for Xi Meeting: Get China-US Communications Back to Normal
By Aamer Madhani and Colleen Long
“We’re not trying to decouple from China,” the U.S. president insisted, “but what we’re trying to do is change the relationship for the better.”
Biden, Xi, and ‘Responsible Management’ of Atrocity Crimes
By Sophie Richardson
The U.S. should not give up on holding China to account for its human rights violations in the name of diplomatic progress.
Prospect of a Biden-Xi Summit Sparks Backlash in China
By Hemant Adlakha
The anti-U.S. narrative in Beijing has further deteriorated since the Bali Summit a year ago. So why is Xi pressing ahead for a sit down with the U.S. president?
The Mongolia-China-Russia Trilateral After the Belt and Road Forum
By Bolor Lkhaajav
All three countries have different, if convergent, goals for their trilateral cooperation, headlined by the Power of Siberia 2 mega-project.
China’s Former Premier Li Keqiang Dies at 68
By Emily Wang Fujiyama and Kanis Leung
An English-speaking economist, Li was considered a contender to succeed then-Chinese Communist Party leader Hu Jintao in 2013.