Professor Lee Sing Kong discusses what his country is doing to develop "globally competent" students, and why a tide of nationalism cannot win.
Journalist John Pomfret discusses his new book on the U.S.-China relationship and why he remains optimistic about the countries' shared future.
Studying in America seems to be transforming Chinese students' political, religious, and social outlooks — but not in a uniform direction.
Various factors have contributed to the group's shift away from the Republicans in the last two decades.
Remarks by Donald Trump’s new chief strategist Steve Bannon on foreign students and Asian CEOs get it backwards.
Trump’s campaign statements and broader foreign policy vision offer a window into his approach on India, and what it could mean for the region.
What is the fate of the nuclear deal under a Trump administration? Iran Analyst Ali Vaez weighs in.
A prominent Donald Trump-backer has cited Japanese internment as a "precedent" for a proposed registry of immigrants from Muslim countries.
Michael Pillsbury has suggested a "grand coalition" in the U.S. to democratize China and attain other American objectives.
When Donald Trump assumes the presidency, perhaps his most complex foreign policy challenge will be China. Is he up to the task?
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