In 1949, China was one of the world’s poorest countries, but now its economy is on the road to ‘high income’ status.
The COVID-19 pandemic demands that all nations cooperate to vaccinate the entire global population—a goal that can’t be achieved using the usual rules of which countries win and which ones lose.
While there was no direct mention of China in the Quad’s virtual meeting of leaders, Vijay Prashad shows how the U.S. is using the group to advance its agenda against China.
The U.S. administration says China is its biggest test but optics matter as ties with allies are strengthened.
On the eve of the Communist Party of China’s centenary in July 2021, the story of the country’s first women’s military brigade in the 1930s continues to find life in popular culture and the imagination of the Chinese people.
On November 15, 15 Asian and Pacific countries signed an agreement known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) that unites 30 percent of the global population and 30 percent of global gross domestic product (GDP).