What can other countries learn from the devastating effects of China’s “Cultural Revolution”?
Talk of a new Cold War is becoming ever more pervasive. In its 21st century rendition, it is China, not Russia, that is in the U.S.’s crosshairs.
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.
For the first time since Mao passed away in 1976, China does not expect tomorrow to be better than today.
Clothes making can provide deep insights into both the character of global leaders and commercial realities.
Will China really halt technology transfers that it has required under many joint venture deals with U.S. companies?
The graphic warnings in George Orwell’s prophetic novel 1984 are as relevant today as they were when it was first published 70 years ago.
The U.S. imports 80% of its rare earths from China, but accounts for just 4% of China’s rare earths exports. This gives China a significant advantage.