The trade deal has been signed, but recent factors, like the novel coronavirus, make it ch...
Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade University
In addition to the devastating human toll of the coronavirus outbreak, the economic damage...
Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
If China adopts the right policies and works successfully with the international community, there is a high chance that its economic growth will remain stable over the medium term, even with the coronavirus.
Accolades flow from around the world as an unparalleled effort is made to contain the epidemic. Many countries offer to help as the central government pledges transparency.
Made-In-China 2025 is China’s controversial agenda that could propel it to be the world’s leading nation in manufacturing. While the plan was formally withdrawn after receiving US backlash, Beijing may still be operating along t...
The road to trade peace is treacherous, especially since most of the obligations under phase one are one-sided and place China at a disadvantage. But tariffs are becoming less useful as leverage for the United States in the face o...
Wild uncertainty lies ahead, and relations with the United States are going to be difficult. China will need to maintain its strategic calm and apply long-term thinking to avoid jumping to rash conclusions.
When I told a friend I had just written a book on morality and foreign policy, she quipped: “It must be a very short book.” Such skepticism is common. An Internet search shows surprisingly few books on how US presidents’ moral ...
China’s economy is growing at is lowest rate in over 30 years, but if the country’s nearly 40 million small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) could overcome a lack of access to funding, they could become a powerful engine of ec...
A resilient China has held up well against external stresses, and the economy continues to perform well. Rural and surburban areas have the greatest potential for economic growth.