As the United States becomes increasingly concerned about Chinese intentions and encroachments, it is vital to support and reinforce the rule-of-law that grounds our proud nation. If we deal with the Chinese on a case-by-case basis, allowing our court system to do its job, we stand the best chance of protecting our interests and our core values.
In order to avoid an unwanted war with China, US policy-makers should consider the benefits and risks of cooperation before escalating conflict.
With increasing points of contention in US-China relations, sharing notes on labor migration could serve as an entry point for building diplomatic rapport.
The decision-making of NGOs in China is affected by economic, political, and sociocultural factors. This offers important insights into changing state-society relations in the transition to capitalism.
Do we need to rethink the way foreigners are given Chinese names?
In his latest book, Shaun Rein takes a deep dive into China’s economic strategy, stability, and appeal to developing nations, as well as a timely critique of America’s weakness on all of these accounts.
A billion people in China are NOT in the middle class. This has important implications for understanding Chinese economic development as well as an enormous untapped consumer market.