Takeaways from this weekend’s G20 summit in New Delhi.
Even the most comprehensive plans are bound to fail if leaders can’t build support for them.
China’s experiment with market-based economics didn’t negate the problems of one-party rule. It merely delayed them.
A new executive order banning investing in certain technologies will barely dent China’s ambitions.
Will it drag down the rest of us?
Several nations receive invitations to join BRICS.
After decades of unprecedented economic growth, the CCP seems on the verge of a new era.
South Korea and Japan set aside historical differences to address a rising China.
Rome’s prospective pullout from the infrastructure project signals a European shift away from Beijing.
The freshman Democrat reflects on his first few months in Congress.
‘It seems obvious to me that Xi Jinping is preparing his country for war.’
Plus: What’s next for China’s economy?
The important U.S. trading partner tries to toe the line between Washington and Moscow.
Plus: A China policy that would irk both wings of the GOP.
New trade remedies would hurt steelworkers and American consumers.
‘We believe that the world is big enough for both of our countries to thrive.’