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In a stunning geopolitical reversal, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced a “separation” from the United States during a four-day visit to Beijing in October. …


China

As the Chinese economy slows and information technology booms, political ideology—once the lifeblood of the Communist Party—is gaining vitality once again. Since the 1970s, …


China

In 2014, the Chinese government decided to deny Hong Kong citizens’ right to vote directly for their chief executive by giving itself sole prerogative …

How did the Cultural Revolution begin? What were its driving ideas? And what were its effects? Dr. Frank Dikötter addressed these questions at the …

A booming economy. Eight hundred million people lifted out of poverty. It sounds like the market economy success story of our time: a communist …


China China Forum

Doing business with a communist regime like the People’s Republic of China brings with it unexpected challenges and new diplomatic challenges, especially for a …


China

Editor’s Note: If you want more great content on China, attend our annual China Forum. Many of our panels are free and open to …


China Communism

As an academic, writer, and diplomat, Dimon Liu has championed democracy in China for nearly 30 years. She delivered the following speech at the …

If one simply looks for Vietnamese news on Yahoo News or listens to Secretary Kerry’s remarks at the Vietnam War Symposium, one cannot help …

China has long been a one-party Leninist state with extensive censorship and perhaps the largest secret police establishment in the world. Xi Jinping became …