An offensive Weibo post about India’s coronavirus crisis highlights the limits of “wolf warrior” diplomacy.
Census data is expected to reflect a simple reality: Having children in China is expensive and burdensome for many families.
The risk of invasion remains small, but Beijing’s rhetoric and posturing raises some red flags.
Concerns about the efficacy of Sinovac and Sinopharm has dented their reputation, even among allies of Beijing.
A new law all but guarantees that the city’s legislature will be stacked with supporters of Beijing.
With officials held to account for atrocities in Xinjiang, Beijing has enacted scattershot retaliatory measures against U.S. allies.
Bilateral talks in Alaska are likely to be an airing of grievances, not an exchange of views.
Further controls over Hong Kong are expected to be formalized at this week’s meetings, which showcase Chinese Communist Party power.
Months after the clash in the Galwan River Valley, Chinese officials have confirmed that four troops died. State media has already made them martyrs.
Misinformation about Beijing’s involvement in the Feb. 1 coup taps into long-standing anti-Chinese sentiment.
The World Health Organization team that spent weeks in Wuhan ended up giving Chinese authorities a propaganda victory.
A new report draws attention to rape and other abuses of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in China’s large-scale internment camps.