Mr. Chen's Mountain: Opulence, Prosperity, and the Ever-Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor
The story of a Chinese billionaire who moved back home, setting his mansion down in the middle of his economically depressed ancestral village.
Why Trump Probably Won't Address China's Human Rights Violations in His Meeting With Xi Jinping
At best, the issue of Uyghur re-education camps will come up as leverage to achieve Trump's economic policy objectives with Beijing, analysts predict.
An Ethical Cloud Is Hanging Over China's Natural Gas Investment Agreement in West Virginia
At least one member of the state’s trade delegation who helped negotiate the deal—a gas industry executive—was also working to help his private company on the trip.
The Ramifications of Xi Jinping's Removal of Presidential Term Limits
The Chinese president has cleared the way for a lifetime presidency, something his country has fought against since the reign of Mao Zedong.
The Start of the Paris Climate Summit Was the Exact Opposite Of Copenhagen
Opening remarks from world leaders were long on hope and short on details. In this case, that's precisely what we needed.
From Hu’s the Boss to Xi’s in Charge: A First Season Recap
A year after the arrival of China's new president on the world stage, it's time to ask if he's achieving his twin goals of being the new Deng Xiaoping and not the new Mikhail Gorbachev.