( Pequim - China, 24/05/2019) Foto: Adnilton Farias/VPR I remain pretty well amazed at how Xi Jinping so openly wants to destroy the Chinese economy in order to bring back.
David Pierson at The New York Times: While many in the world see the Chinese spy balloon as a sign of Beijing’s growing aggressiveness, China has sought to cast the.
I have no particular knowledge about the internal workings of the Chinese government so I can only offer some fairly vague observations here, but it's totally fascinating to me to.
China might be headed toward a recession. Against all expectation (not a single economist polled by Bloomberg had predicted it), the People’s Bank of China has cut interest rates. The ease.
I am not usually one to give credit to the Chinese government. But hey..... The global cryptocurrency industry’s latest meltdown has prompted fresh warning in China that the value of.
Dayen has a good piece on the complex politics of the solar energy industry and how despite how it initially looks, it is essentially beholden to the Chinese. The Solar.
Another good move from the Biden administration to enforce laws against slave labor making products for import: U.S. officials have begun blocking the import of solar panels that they believe.
Alex Cooley and I published a piece at Foreign Affairs which discusses how international order is becoming more or less "liberal" across three dimensions: political rights, economic arrangements, and forms.