Led by its state-owned companies, China is now a serious player in the Pacific with a development philosophy to sell.
Asia, the world’s largest continent, is now center stage for the battle for the 21st century. It’s here where artificial intelligence matters just as much as artificial islands.
China is now adopting a more proactive and confident diplomacy to counter U.S. encirclement, including by boosting diplomacy.
Without comprehensive reforms in areas like state regulation, China’s long-term economic growth will remain slow, impacting the global economy.
China must change its immigration policies if it is to reverse its shrinking, aging population and the decline in productivity.
China restrictions on the acquisition and export of economic and financial sector data will deter much-needed foreign direct investment.
An RMB-based financial ecosystem will help facilitate and reduce the costs of sanctions circumvention for China.
The Barbie controversy is as much about the purchasing power of Chinese consumers as it is about the Communist Party.
China’s gallium and germanium exports restrictions will likely lead to higher prices, longer delivery times, and more expensive electronics.
Chinese brands seem to be repeating exactly what Japanese automakers did to Detroit’s big three. Japanese brands are failing to adapt.
U.S.-China technological decoupling raises serious concerns about global growth in the short and long term.