China Evergrande, Facing $300 Billion in Debt, Has Been Ordered to Liquidate
By Kanis Leung and Zen Soo
China Evergrande Group is among dozens of Chinese developers that have collapsed since 2020 under official pressure to rein in surging debt.
US National Security Advisor, China’s Top Foreign Policy Official Met in Thailand
By Shannon Tiezzi
Jake Sullivan and Wang Yi met to discuss further implementation of the promises made during the Biden-Xi summit.
Ahn Cheol-soo on the State of South Korean Politics
By Kenji Yoshida
An interview with the former third-party presidential candidate turned PPP lawmaker.
Japan’s First Moon Rover Resumes Operations After Landing Upside Down
By Thisanka Siripala
After technical setbacks, Japan has reestablished communication with the dormant spacecraft, putting the lunar mission back on track.
China’s Nuclear Forces Continue to Expand
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China’s nuclear expansion could lead to a spiraling arms race.
How Serious Are the Latest Threats From North Korea?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Ankit Panda, the Stanton Senior Fellow in the Nuclear Policy Program at CEIP, on North Korea’s military build-up, the international response, and the potential for South Korea to go nuclear.
John Kerry, Xie Zhenhua Exit Roles That Defined Generation of Climate Action
By Chris Megerian and Seth Borenstein
The two men have shepherded China-U.S. climate cooperation since 2009. Can progress continue without their personal bond?
The Munich Agreement: 3 Historical Lessons for the Taiwan Strait
By Yipeng Zhang and Jonghyuk Lee
While parallels are often overdone, the infamous attempt to appease Nazi Germany does hold lessons for contemporary China-U.S. relations.
China’s Preference for Hard Power Is Creating Major Headaches for Beijing
By Guy C. Charlton and Xiang Gao
Taiwan’s election result points to a broader trend: China is failing to use soft power effectively, and paying the reputational price.
South Korean Police Investigating 14-year-old Boy as Suspect of Attack on Lawmaker
By Kim Tong-hyung
The attack Thursday on Bae Hyunjin, a member of the conservative ruling party, came just weeks after a man stabbed opposition leader Lee Jae-myung in the neck.
When Will Cross-Strait Tourism Return to Normal?
By Kristian McGuire
Tourism between Taiwan and China has been heavily impacted by political tensions. What's the outlook under the Lai administration?
A North Korean Overseas Chinese Man’s Tangled Identities in South Korea
By Eom Tae Yeon
Born in North Korea, ethnically Chinese, and a defector to South Korea, Yu Woo-sung’s high-profile case highlighted the plight of the hwagyo.