A Chinese attack on the island would imperil the world’s supply of semiconductor components. Here’s how to offset that threat.
How did a trade publisher in Pennsylvania become a principal source of investigative journalism on the repressive apparatus Beijing uses against the Uyghurs?
The Communist Party’s real priority is protecting itself, not the public.
Recent images from Wuhan, Chongqing, Lake Poyang, and more
Despite the war in Ukraine, the president is fully focused on the challenge of a rising China, says National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.
This is not just a challenge for biographers. It makes China harder to predict and the world more dangerous.
His engagement with Beijing in 1979 was shaped by U.S. superpower rivalry with the Soviets. Today, his Cold War adversary is China itself.
Taipei is celebrating; Beijing is seething. This may prove a consequential moment in a looming confrontation between China and the U.S. over not just the island’s future but the world’s.
The cycles of London’s engagement with Beijing reveal how the U.S.’s ability to keep allies in line for its great-power competition is weakening.
Many Hong Kongers are fleeing to Britain as Beijing imposes its own form of colonial rule and imperialist tendencies.
The rancor over the House speaker’s potential visit reveals how badly Xi Jinping needs a new strategy.
In a wide-ranging conversation, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan talks about how Putin’s invasion has gone wrong, a fraught meeting with the Saudi crown prince, and the upcoming anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal.
What began as a trade war and a tech war between Beijing and Washington is now an ideas war.
A Senegalese architecture firm is championing a lower-tech material than concrete to help cities prepare for climate change.
In a narrow but important sense, the world has become more amenable to the former president. And yet.
Images from the past few weeks of lockdown, and early signs of Shanghai’s reopening
Millions of residents have been confined to their homes for weeks as Chinese authorities have taken a zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine makes the frightening possibility of China seizing control of the island more real.
Xi Jinping’s first and only priority is political security, making a quick reopening almost untenable.
As China prepares to host the Winter Games, it can count on the tacit support of majority-Muslim countries.