A police raid against student activists on university grounds marks a new phase in the city’s ongoing unrest.
After another weekend of violence, China’s proposal for new national security measures in the city could backfire.
Beijing is reportedly mulling a plan to remove Hong Kong’s leader, but it isn’t likely to solve the city’s political crisis.
Both sides face domestic pressure over the trade war, but they won’t make an agreement without mutual trust.
There is little daily public concern about climate change in China, and combating it is seen as the state’s responsibility.
For the Chinese middle class, pork is a key indicator of prosperity.
A contentious extradition bill is finally revoked, but it might be a case of too little, too late.
This week: Mixed messages on the U.S.-China trade war, the return of Mao-era paranoia, and what keeps Chinese leaders up at night.
This week: A social media ban on a network of Chinese accounts, strange ties between a dissident group and the U.S. far-right, and a corporate crackdown in Hong Kong.
This week: Growing violence in Hong Kong, a Chinese Communist party retreat, and a Christmas truce in the trade war.