In a bid to regain popularity, Jiang Zemin used historical issues to fan anti-Japanese sentiment. The damage of his campaign still impacts relations today.
At least ten cities in China — including Shanghai, Beijing, Wuhan, and Chengdu — were shaken by protests last weekend. What are they demanding?
Despite appearances at the World Cup, China's protests continue as COVID cases surge. What will Xi Jinping do when he's driven to a corner?
A Hong Kong protest song was played instead of China's national anthem at an international rugby match, turning some red with fury and others blue with...
Just as Hong Kong's 90-year-old Cardinal Zen was held guilty over a pro-democracy support fund, protests flared in China in open defiance against Xi Jinping.
The Belt and Road Initiative had been the centerpiece of Xi Jinping's reign. But China's vision for expansion, especially in Africa, seems to be falling apart.
A recent analysis revealed a declining US military — a timely reminder for Japan that deterring war is and always has been a costly endeavor.
However, Xi is seeking an unprecedented 3rd term in office at the CCP's autumn national party congress and wants to avoid risks that could threaten his...
Jennifer Zeng was a researcher at the Development Research Center of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Countries like Japan and the United States need to do more to counter these practices and avoid the kind of debt damage now being see in...
Taiwan has relied on Japan for satellite services, and the new plans represent should help deepen semiconductor-related supply chain security ties with JAXA.
Party organ People’s Daily printed two contradictory articles a week apart, opening a window into internal conflicting views of Xi’s governance inside the Chinese Communist Party.