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Last Updated: June 21, 2016

China Loves Trump

Benjamin Carlson
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In January of last year, around the time of the presidential inauguration, as jitters about the relationship between Donald Trump and China mounted, I regularly joined the mob of reporters at the Chinese foreign ministry’s daily briefings in Beijing.

'It's a Mistake to Underestimate China'

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At the recent APEC CEO Summit in Vietnam, President Donald Trump said the United States would refocus its existing development efforts in Asia toward infrastructure investment that promotes economic growth.

China Is Quietly Reshaping the World

Anja Manuel
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The Pakistani town of Gwadar was until recently filled with the dust-colored cinderblock houses of about 50,000 fishermen. Ringed by cliffs, desert, and the Arabian Sea, it was at the forgotten edge of the earth. Now it’s one centerpiece of China’s...

China’s Artificial Intelligence Boom

Sarah Zhang
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The country’s universities and tech giants are starting to surpass American ones when it comes to researching and implementing AI.

A Communist Party Man at Davos

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Xi Jinping tries to charm the capitalist elite

The Limits of Chinese Isolationism

Alice Su
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Can a country doing business all over the world really avoid other peoples' politics?...

A Portrait of Youth and Camaraderie in China (Video)

Nadine Ajaka
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Xiong Di, this short film by Enric Ribes and Oriol Martínez, is a beautiful ode to friendship among young factory workers in China.

Big in China: Over-the-Top Marriage Proposals

Robert Foyle Hunwick
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The craze reflects a tendency toward flamboyant gestures—but also how high the stakes have become for the modern Chinese marriage.

Another Journalist's Effective Expulsion From China

Tajha Chappellet-Lanier
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A French journalist has managed to incite “the outrage of the Chinese people” with an article on Beijing’s relationship with Uighurs.

China's Dream Factory

Willy Shih and Henry McGee
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The long arc of moviemaking history may not bend inevitably toward China, but it does lead away from Hollywood, whose rise and long dominance of the film industry was predicated on a series of conditions that no longer exist.

The Thucydides Trap: Are the U.S. and China Headed for War?

GRAHAM ALLISON
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In 12 of 16 past cases in which a rising power has confronted a ruling power, the result has been bloodshed.

Japanese Demons and Crotch Bombs: The Tense State of Asian Cinema

Patrick St. Michel
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Movies from South Korean, China, and Japan have become increasingly nationalistic, thanks to ongoing territorial disputes and the 70th anniversary of World War II.

Chinese Democracy Isn’t Inevitable

Daniel Bell
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Can a political system be democratically legitimate without being democratic?

Why the U.S. Needs to Listen to China

Henry M. Paulson Jr. and Robert E. Rubin
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And why China needs to listen to the U.S. The importance of the mutual economic criticisms between two major world powers.

Where Does Hillary Clinton Stand on China and Russia?

Steve Clemons
Atlantic
It's unclear how she would manage two of America's most important and complex relationships...