The health authorities have responded better than they did with SARS, but the government may have learned fewer lessons
Written just before the elections on 11th January, in which President Tsai scored a stunning victory, this asks what happens next?
For Chinese economic policymakers employment is top of the worry list
Reflecting on China this last year also instructs us about how to think about managing relations in the 2020s
The Communist Party is more hostile to criticism than ever
China is big and powerful, but its consumption per head is no higher than Peru. A ‘recession with Chinese characteristics’ is not out of the question. China faces its most serious economic challenges since Mao’s death in 1976