The centenary of the Chinese Communist Party makes this a good time to consider some Chinese “might have beens” and their relevance today.
What can other countries learn from the devastating effects of China’s “Cultural Revolution”?
Japan’s longest-serving prime minister achieved not only a stable Japan — but one with a clear view of its own identity and role in the world.
Singapore faces a Catch-22: Its well-honed system of leadership renewal relying on capable technocratic candidates is reaching its limits.
A collection of charts, graphs and maps exploring the Hong Kong protests.
Why we must defend Hong Kong’s freedom like West Berlin’s in its day.
The current protests show that Hong Kongers aren’t just interested in money, and mainland elites worry that Hong Kong won’t remain a separate territory where they can safely store their money.
A collection of charts, graphs and maps exploring what China leads the world in.
For the first time since Mao passed away in 1976, China does not expect tomorrow to be better than today.
COVID 19 will change trade relations among Asian countries themselves, as well as between the U.S. and Asia.