China is making promises, but keeping them may be hard…
Mark J Valencia makes sense of the cauldron for conflict between China and its neighbours.
Yohann Koshy on the ironies and contradictions of what one day might be called the Chinese century.
For Martin Jacques, 2008 represented the end of the Western-dominated financial system and the beginning of a Chinese century.
Wayne Ellwood looks at the scale of China’s ’Belt and Road’ juggernaut and its economic and political ramifications.
Ma Tianjie examines the limits of China’s ‘ecological nationalism’.
Adam Liebman explains why we need a less rosy notion of what actually happens to our recycling.
Guangzhou is home to Asia’s largest African migrant population, who come to China chasing business opportunities, reputable universities and low living costs. Carlotta Dotto reports.
Vanessa Baird analyses how the Global South is affected by the current trade turmoil – and old patterns of power.
Christine Mungai reflects on the past, present and future of the relationship between China and the African continent.
The country’s economic influence may be buying silence on a massive human rights violation. Nithin Coca reports.
Amy Hawkins surveys the cultural landscape in the world’s second-largest economy, China.
Enter the ‘new protectionism’ – and Trump’s trade wars.
Yohann Koshy speaks to anthropologist Darren Byler to find out what is going on in China’s predominantly Uyghur northwest province.
The energy sector has been a site of international investment in Myanmar, but, with foreign investors jittery and blackouts escalating, it is also a site of resistance against the military coup. Robert Bociaga reports…
Sayragul Sauytbay on being forced to teach propaganda in a concentration camp for Uyghur people.
Mass protest and civil unrest have taken Hong Kong by storm. Evan Fowler gets to the root of the crisis
As 2018 comes to a close, we look back on this year’s most popular online reads.
Argentina has just joined Mexico and Bolivia in electing a Left-leaning government. Brazilian academic and activist Emir Sader shares his views with Vanessa Baird.
Dirty air is not an impossible problem. Beth Gardiner assesses some places cleaning up their act.
Bennett Murray speaks to Avery Ng, the leader of Hong Kong’s most leftwing party within the democracy movement.