A Water Crisis Spanning Borders

Water is essential for life. It makes up 70% of the human body, as well as a portion of all of our foods. Despite...

Chinese Americans and China: A Fraught and Complicated Relationship by Gordon H. Chang

"January 1, 1979 for many Chinese Americans (those of Chinese ancestry who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents) was a joyous moment. They enthusiastically...

China Defends Test Flights in South China Sea Area

In addition to lodging diplomatic protests, Hanoi filed a complaint with the United Nations’ International Civil Aviation Organization, accusing Beijing of flying planes without...

Interview: Australian Expert Says Joining U.S. in South China Sea will Stoke Tensions

Undertaking freedom of navigation exercises at the United States' beck and call would send a terrible signal to Australia's closest trading partner that the...

Africa Is Not Feeding China: A Review of Can Africa Feed China?

Food security has always been of central concern for China. With 1.36 billion people, the world’s most populous nation only has nine percent of...

Has the U.S. Empowered China in the Past 40 Years?

As the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and China has reached the lowest point since it was established more than 40 years...

Protest in Hong Kong and its Consequences

By Cindy Cheng What happened? In February 2018, a pregnant 20-year-old woman Poon Hiu-wing from Hong Kong was killed by her boyfriend Chan Tong-kai during a...

China, the U.S. and the Coming Taiwan Transition

Chinese President Xi Jinping is a man in a hurry, presiding over a system that normally resists rapid change. The latest example is a...

“Unlikely Partners” and the History of Chinese Economic Reform: Book Review

Unlikely Partners: Chinese Reformers, Western Economists, and the Making of Global China. By Julian Gewirtz. Harvard University Press; 389 pages; $39.95. In the early 1980s, China’s economists...

FOLLOW US

4,401FollowersFollow

RECENT POSTS