Keyword: deng xiaoping
When Weijian Shan, one of the first students from the People's Republic of China to obtain a Ph.D. in the United States, arrived in Berkeley, he discovered an unexpected reminder of home.
The former Australian prime minister discusses a shift in Sino-American relations from "strategic engagement" to "strategic competition."
The country's eventual transition to liberal democracy once seemed inevitable — but Kevin Rudd argues that the country has redefined what the "end of history" really means.
In an excerpt from his new book "Not for the Faint Hearted," the former Australia prime minister and current Asia Society Policy Institute president describes his lifelong fascination with the Middle Kingdom.
The president's decision not to anoint a successor ends a brief period of orderly succession in the country.
The author Julian Gewirtz describes how a period of Sino-Western cooperation helped shape Chinese reform.
The world may be turning from democracy — but the alternatives possess serious flaws.
The journalist John Pomfret explores the history of U.S-China relations in his new book.
The author Frank Dikötter argues in a new book that China's capitalist transformation began before Deng Xiaoping formally introduced market reforms.