Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine Throughout much of recorded human history, China has boasted the largest population in the world — and
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Xiujian Peng, Victoria University China’s National Bureau of Statistics has confirmed what researchers such as myself have long suspected — that
Dozens of U.S. Schools, Universities Move to Ban TikTok
Nir Kshetri, University of North Carolina – Greensboro A growing number of public schools and colleges in the U.S. are moving to ban TikTok — the
China Looms Large as President Biden and Japan’s PM Kishida Sit Down to Discuss Defense Shift, Regional Tensions
Mary M. McCarthy, Drake University Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is set to sit down with President Joe Biden at the White House on Jan. 13,
Former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor Pitches Democracy-Only Rival to WHO
Matthew Pottinger, a deputy national security adviser under Trump, has said China had consistently blocked the release of information about the COVID
China’s Secret J-35 Carrier Jet Emerges
New images leaked on January 2 show that the carrier-capable stealth fighter is getting close to being ready for mass production. Originally called
China Now Publishes More High-Quality Science Than Any Other Nation — Should the U.S. Be Worried?
Caroline Wagner, The Ohio State University By at least one measure, China now leads the world in producing high-quality science. My research shows
China Building Copy of E-2 Hawkeye for Its New Carrier
The captain of China’s brand new Fujian aircraft carrier told reporters on Tuesday, January 3 that the new carrier is getting ready to start its sea
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by Sebastian Rotella, ProPublica This story was originally published by ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative
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Let’s start with a complaint. There is a growing genre of “Chinese influence literature,” which seeks to describe the Chinese government’s attempts to
Will China’s J-20 Be World War III’s ‘Zero’?
The Mitsubishi A6M — nicknamed the “Zero” — surprised the U.S. when its pilots first went up against it in the skies above Pearl Harbor and the
Is China the Reason We Don’t Have Flying Cars?
Let’s be honest: To an outsider, the catalog of U.S. criticism of China’s economic methodology can come across as sour grapes. The U.S. is the world’s