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Talking Heads: China Strikes Back | Vice Vice

In the first episode of Talking Heads, Orville Schell discusses his New York Review of Books essay, “China Strikes Back.” Schell recently joined Jimmy Carter on a visit to China, where the former president received a less-than-warm welcome by the…

Will China Crush the Hong Kong Protests? Wall Street Journal

For anyone who observed the student-led mass protests that gripped Beijing’s Tiananmen Square for seven weeks in 1989, watching students fill the streets of Hong Kong in 2014 is a bittersweet experience. There is a natural instinct for Western observers—reared…

A Chinese Artist Confronts Environmental Disaster The New Yorker

What were all these sick animals—lions, wolves, camels, monkeys, gazelles, pandas, and zebras—doing on this dilapidated Chinese fishing boat, sailing past the famous frieze of colonial banks, trading houses, and clubs that make up Shanghai’s Bund? The city’s glass skyline…

Why Is Prosperous China So Anxious? YaleGlobal

For those who look at China from afar, or see it on a visit through the lens of the towering new buildings, stunning airport terminals, state-of-the-art high-speed rail systems and dazzling architecture of monuments, museums, concert and municipal halls that…

Chairman of the Board Foreign Policy

In his opening remarks at the Strategic and Economic Dialogue, an annual meeting between high ranking U.S. and Chinese officials, Vice President Joseph Biden spoke about his first visit to China in 1976, the year that Chairman Mao Zedong died.…

Edward Snowden’s Leaks May Actually Strengthen U.S.-China Relations The Atlantic

The reason why both Americans and Chinese have become so nostalgic for the great Nixon/Kissinger-Mao Zedong/Zhou Enlai breakthrough in 1972 is because that was the last time that Sino-U.S. relations experienced a dramatic breakthrough. Now, most policy wonks on both…

How the Snowden Affair Might End Up Helping U.S.-China Relations ChinaFile

The reason why both Americans and Chinese have become so nostalgic for the great Nixon/Kissinger-Mao Zedong/Zhou Enlai breakthrough in 1972 is because that was the last time that Sino-U.S. relations experienced a dramatic breakthrough. Now, most policy wonks on both…