One major Chinese football club has already collapsed. With Evergrande’s current financial crisis, the country’s most successful – and biggest-spending – club could be next.
Japan, South Korea and China are all moving away from overseas coal financing. For Australia, the writing is on the wall – the clean energy transition is inevitable.
Feminists across China came together on Weibo to fight back against under- and misrepresentation of them during the early days of COVID-19.
Recent speeches by the leaders of China and Taiwan have turned up the heat on relations across the Taiwan Strait.
We analysed the legal systems regulating the wildlife trade in China. Here’s what we found.
Countries are transitioning from zero-COVID to vaccine-led strategies.
Keeping silent is not a strategic option.
Xi Jinping has been talking tough on decarbonising China, but blinked after an energy crisis threatened to derail the world economy.
In a speech in Taipei, the former prime minister condemned China’s growing belligerence.
Taipei’s military strategists plan to use ‘asymmetrical warfare’ in the hope of imposing crippling casualties and costs on any attacker.
Many Taiwanese see the Chinese military display as more of a show than a preparation for an all-out invasion. So, what is Beijing’s ultimate plan?
Natural resource abundance in a country should not translate into a curse.
In China, as elsewhere, the pandemic has turned the world of work upside down.
The fall-out from Evergrande’s problems will be widely felt.
The removal of distinctive ‘Arabian-style’ features at the entrance to one of China’s biggest mosques is the latest move in a campaign of forcible assimilation of China’s Muslim minorities.
China’s Belt and Road initiative offers advantages and drawbacks for renewable energy development worldwide.
Did the U.S. cave to China’s exercise in hostage diplomacy when it signed a plea deal with a Huawei executive that resulted in freedom for the two Michaels? Or was it China that miscalculated badly?
The region is already arming at the fastest rate in the world, but China and other nations can be expected to respond to AUKUS by further expanding their militaries.
The swiftness of the Chinese action to free the two Michaels signalled an important message to the world from the governing Chinese Communist Party: Don’t mess with us.
The Quad wants to show that liberal democracies can deliver solutions to the greatest challenges of our time — a way of countering China’s ambitions in the region.