Seeking Safety Abroad: The Hidden Story in China’s FDI Statistics

The Chinese prefer investing overseas; dummy companies may ease transfers and devalue renminbi
Farok J. Contractor
September 10, 2015

China’s Grand Parade to Keep Some Ghosts of History Alive

China uses WWII history against rival Japan for power, but cooperation could be the better lesson
Börje Ljunggren
September 8, 2015

Tension Highlights North Korea’s Limitations

South Korea refuses to panic over North’s provocations, turns on border loudspeakers to secure agreement on peace talks
Shim Jae Hoon
August 25, 2015

Temperatures in the South China Sea Continue to Rise

Chinese military drills in South China Sea, as ASEAN convenes on code of conduct, send unsettling message
Gregory Poling
August 6, 2015

China Tightens Its Two-Systems Approach for Hong Kong

Protests, China’s tightening grip, uncertainty put Hong Kong’s status as global financial center at risk
Michael C. Davis
August 4, 2015

Beijing’s Maritime Silk Road Passes Through Islamabad

With strong ties to Pakistan, China extends economic and strategic influence over the Indian Ocean region
Dilip Hiro
July 21, 2015


China's Shrinking Workforce Affects Economic Transition, Expert Says

Size of China’s workforce declines for three straight years, and could delay shift to service economy
Coco Feng
November 23, 2016

South Korea’s Park Faces Existential Question of Survival

Park’s term ends with 2017, and early resignation could shift policies on North Korea
Donald Kirk
November 18, 2016

Japan Races to Become the Robot Capital of the World

China has the the highest total of robots, representing about 30 percent of market share
Alisa Yamasaki
November 11, 2016

China Bars Activists From Taking Seats in Hong Kong Legislature

The move limits independent governance for Hong Kong
Jason Thomson
November 8, 2016

Xi Turns Sights on Wayward Senior Leaders in China Graft Fight

China has punished more than 1 million officials since Xi took office
November 3, 2016