Despite efforts by China hawks to blunt Beijing’s influence, a Chinese firm will retain majority ownership of the app.
The arrest of Chinese-Australian broadcaster Cheng Lei has prompted fears of hostage diplomacy.
So-called anti-corruption crackdowns in the Chinese Communist Party follow a familiar pattern.
The billionaire was detained under Beijing’s new national security law. What happens next will set a precedent for the territory’s elite.
The confused U.S. policy over the Chinese-owned app exemplifies the challenges of decoupling in a globalized world.
After the top U.S. diplomat’s adversarial speech last week, Beijing’s response was surprisingly mild.
The move is part of a series of provocative steps that will only make the U.S.-China relationship worse.
Western firms say they won’t comply with the new national security law in Hong Kong.
By silencing Hong Kong, the Chinese Communist Party shows it prioritizes ideology over pragmatism.
Contradictions over the status of the U.S.-China trade deal show that the White House isn’t unified in its approach toward Beijing—even amid the pandemic.
By refraining from turning its soldiers into national martyrs, Beijing is keeping its options open.
Harvard research cited by Trump suggests the coronavirus was spreading as early as last August. The cherry-picked data isn’t peer-reviewed.