In the Xi Jinping era, the idea of collective decision-making is gone. One person carries responsibility for every policy decision.
China’s economic slowdown could prompt a return to reformism and internationalism sooner than Xi Jinping and his loyalists may wish.
Limited in budget and scope, China’s Global Development Initiative represents only a symbolic challenge to the current global economic system.
The anti-COVID lockdown protests in China by young people expose how the country’s political system is designed for the elderly.
With Xi Jinping’s visit to Riyadh, China and Saudi Arabia are signaling to the U.S. that the era of American dominance is over.
The Samarkand meeting between Xi and Putin shows all is not well between China and Russia.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has few good options after deadly India-China clashes this month.
After roughly three decades, America’s status as the world’s sole superpower could be coming to an end.
In today’s China, there are few to hold the president to account.
Xi Jinping might be China’s most powerful ruler since Mao Zedong.