China has put Taiwan in the invidious position of having to take whatever friends it can get; it may not, at times, be the best of company, but Taiwan…
The 20th Party Congress is nearly upon us with more than 2,000 delegates' names listed
In a less than glacial about face, China is putting ideology and disease mitigation ahead of its economy
For two decades, Chinese scientists working at the US Los Alamos National Laboratory have been lured home by cash incentives: report
Dependence on a belligerent, anti-Western, ideologically driven China seems less and less like a good idea
For the fourth time, US President Joe Biden has stated that America will defend Taiwan
As the US abandons all ambiguity over its position on Taiwan and Xi and Putin meet in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, a new world order is emerging
According to Russia, it still has China's support for its invasion of Ukraine
China's October National Golden Week holidays are effectively canceled this year due to Covid-19 lockdowns and the upcoming Party Congress.
China's frictions with the West extend far beyond Taiwan issues.
More than 2-1/2 years since SARS-CoV-2 first broke out, we are still debating where the virus came from: China owes the world explanations, but so does…
China should redefine itself if it wants to recapture the 'glories' of its past, but the inertia of its current trajectory suggests it won't.