Keyword: bo xilai
Speaking on PBS Newshour, Orville Schell describes the case of disgraced official Bo Xilai as "sublimely embarrassing" to China's leadership.
If China doesn't reform its legal system, argues Carl Minzner, it "might resemble 19th-century Russia more than 20th-century South Korea or Taiwan."
China and the U.S. are now intertwined to such a point, says Jeffrey Wasserstrom, that nearly every news story about one place has some link to the other.
Bo Wang's "China Concerto," which made its U.S. debut at the Museum of Modern Art last week, takes a critical look at the culture of spectacle in contemporary China.
As the world bids 2012 adieu, we look back at some of the year's most memorable people and events from Asia.
Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom catches up with journalist Ian Johnson to discuss their favorite China-related books from 2012.
Figuring out how to transfer power at the top in the absence of an open and legitimate leadership selection process is China's biggest political challenge.
With no script and no "big leader" in place for China's next act, both officials and ordinary citizens are in the grip of deep unease about the future.