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July 20, 2016 How Should the Republican Party Approach China Policy?
Peter Navarro, Patrick Chovanec & more
On Tuesday, delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, chose Donald J. Trump as their nominee for President of the United States. We asked a range of contributors how the Republican Party should approach China policy. —The Editors
Jul 22 2016 - 4:49pm
July 12, 2016 China’s Claims in the South China Sea Rejected
Andrew S. Erickson, Peter Dutton & more
On Tuesday in the Hague, the Permanent Court of Arbitration rejected China’s claims that a scattering of rocks and reefs in the contested South China Sea qualify as Exclusive Economic Zones for China. The court found in favor of the Philippines’ lawsuit...
Jul 13 2016 - 2:19pm
July 8, 2016 Why Is There So Much Talk of China’s Bleeding Money?
Arthur R. Kroeber & Thilo Hanemann
China has seen its foreign reserves depleted for months, but economists don’t agree about why: Is it because Chinese people are buying offshore assets, such as real estate? Because Chinese companies are paying down their foreign debt? Or both? Or is it...
Jul 7 2016 - 5:21pm
June 30, 2016 Where Is China’s Internet Headed?
David Schlesinger, Jeremy Goldkorn & more
Lu Wei, the often combative Chinese official known as China’s “Internet Czar,” will step down, and is to be replaced by a former deputy of Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The personnel change comes after a period of mounting restrictions on China’s Internet....
Jul 1 2016 - 8:45pm
June 24, 2016 Is Europe Prepared to Deal with the China Challenge?
Mikko Huotari, Jan Gaspers & more
Chinese President Xi Jinping is on a grand tour of the western end of the “New Silk Road,” in visits to Serbia and Poland this week before he returns to Beijing via Uzbekistan, a more eastern outpost on China’s expanding 21st Century trade route. Xi was...
Jul 1 2016 - 8:35pm
June 13, 2016 A War of Words Over the South China Sea
Edward Friedman, Feng Zhang & more
Beginning earlier this year, four-star Admiral Harry Harris, the U.S. Navy’s top commander in the Pacific, has spoken out in speeches, interviews, private meetings, and testimony to Congress urging that the U.S. take more aggressive action against what...
Jun 22 2016 - 12:21pm
June 3, 2016 Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Yidi Wu, Ding Feng & more
It’s graduation time, and Chinese graduates from American colleges are now pondering what to do next: return to China or stay in the U.S. We reached out to recent graduates to ask about their decision-making process and how they view their prospects at...
Jun 7 2016 - 9:00am
May 24, 2016 How Much Debt Is Too Much in China?
Yukon Huang, Houze Song & more
In the first quarter of 2016, Chinese debt rose to 237 percent of GDP—a level comparable to that of the U.S. or the Eurozone and yet much larger than that of most developing economies, according to analysis by The Financial Times. Additionally, China’s...
May 27 2016 - 1:02pm
May 16, 2016 Escalation in the South China Sea
Julian G. Ku, M. Taylor Fravel & more
International tensions are rising over the shipping lanes and land formations in the South China Sea. Last week, the People’s Liberation Army Air Force scrambled fighter jets in response to a U.S. Navy ship sailing near the disputed Fiery Cross Reef....
May 17 2016 - 12:59pm
May 5, 2016 How Should Global Stakeholders Respond to China’s New NGO Management Law?
Sebastian Heilmann , Thomas Kellogg & more
Last week, China passed a new law that gives broad powers to China’s police in regulating and surveilling the activities of foreign NGOs in China. The law would require foreign groups including foundations, charities, advocacy organizations, and academic...
May 9 2016 - 10:42am
May 1, 2016 Xi Jinping’s New Military Position
Andrew J. Nathan & Tai Ming Cheung
Late last week, China’s news media were filled with images of President and Party General Secretary Xi Jinping touring the joint battle command center of the Central Military Commission, dressed for the occasion in combat fatigues. The occasion for the...
May 1 2016 - 8:04am
April 19, 2016 Fifty Years Later, How Is the Cultural Revolution Still Present in Life in China?
Guobin Yang, Federico Pachetti & more
Fifty years ago this May 16, Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong launched the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, a chaotic, terrifying, and often deadly decade-long campaign to “purify” C.C.P. ideology and reassert his political dominance....
Apr 22 2016 - 1:59pm
February 18, 2016 ‘Rule by Fear?’
Eva Pils, Taisu Zhang & more
In the just over three years since Xi Jinping assumed leadership of China, observers and scholars of the country have increasingly coalesced around the idea that Xi’s term in office has coincided with a shift in the tone, if not the practice, of Chinese...
Apr 20 2016 - 11:45am
April 12, 2016 Should Internet Censorship Be Considered a Trade Issue?
Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, Susan Shirk & more
A new report from the Office of the United States Trade Representative lists, for the first time, Chinese Internet censorship as a trade barrier. The possible implications are complex: it could strengthen the hand of U.S. businesses, but it also stands...
Apr 15 2016 - 10:37am
April 6, 2016 China in the Panama Papers
Andrew J. Nathan, Bill Bishop & more
The overseas wealth of several relatives of senior Chinese leaders has come to light in an International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) report, part of the analysis by a group of media outlets of more than 11 million documents leaked from...
Apr 7 2016 - 11:23am
March 21, 2016 Cracks in Xi Jinping’s Fortress?
Andrew J. Nathan, Rana Mitter & more
Two remarkable documents emerged from China last week: the first is the essay “A Thousand Yes-Men Cannot Equal One Honest Advisor”—available here in Chinese and translated here into English—which appeared on the website of the Central Commission for...
Mar 24 2016 - 12:16pm
March 11, 2016 Is China Doing Enough for the Environment?
Deborah Seligsohn, Angel Hsu & more
This week, at their biggest annual session in Beijing, Chinese lawmakers are expected to ratify the country’s 13th Five-Year Plan, which contains many new measures to address rampant pollution of the country’s air, soil, and water. Will the plan be able...
Mar 18 2016 - 2:02pm
March 15, 2016 What’s Driving the Current Storm of Chinese Censorship?
David Schlesinger, Anne Henochowicz & more
The latest lightning flashes on China’s shifting media horizon this month took the form of the banishment from social media of a real estate tycoon who voiced support for constructive criticism, the firing of an editor at a newspaper that appeared to...
Mar 16 2016 - 11:44am
March 4, 2016 Xi Jinping: A Cult of Personality?
Jonathan Landreth, Taisu Zhang & more
By some accounts, Chinese Presdient Xi Jinping is the most powerful leader the country has  had since Mao Zedong. One arrow in his quiver that echoes Mao’s armory is Xi’s embrace of popular song, listened to these days not on the radio or over a...
Mar 8 2016 - 4:08pm
February 23, 2016 How Long Can China’s Internet Thrive if the Rest of the World Gets Shut Out?
David Schlesinger, Jeff South & more
Last week, Chinese authorities announced that as of March 10, foreign-invested companies would not be allowed to publish anything on the Chinese Internet unless they have obtained government permission to publish with a Chinese partner. What does this...
Feb 24 2016 - 3:18pm

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