The intersect between economic and national security is spawning turbulence and volatility in Sino-US and Sino-western relations
World trade expectations range between bounce back optimism to economic scarring. But RCEP isn’t going to help as its creators say
Xi Jinping’s speeches often embrace flowery language and come across like corporate marketing. But there are always messages, boasts and not a little hypocrisy
Predictions of a “Chernobyl Moment” for the Chinese Communist Party in early 2020 have proven incorrect. China has won the bragging rights for recovery, but there is much more, and less to this than the narrative suggests
Even as official financial decoupling progresses, US and other financial firms are – with China’s blessing – building asset management, securities, life insurance, fintech, and custody businesses in the Chinese market. Should President-elect Joe Biden’s administration support this process or double down on decoupling?
As President-elect Joe Biden, scans his China inbox, how might things evolve in 2021 with regard to China?