China

Dan Blumenthal’s new book wants us to be pessimistic, realistic, and proactive

China’s leaders are growing impatient as they seek to shape world opinion

Beijing’s growing influence means hard choices are going to get harder for the Government

Graham Stewart and David Scullion talk to Radomir Tylecote about how British universities are cooperating with organisations linked to the Chinese military

Even though the Chinese English-language news channel can be pretty poisonous, Andrew Tettenborn questions whether it should be banned

For many of the West’s leaders, the Beijing model of enlightened autocracy is looking increasingly appealing

Who should determine Britain is trading with a genocidal regime – international judges? British judges? Or the British government?

Unfortunately for Britain, those things which might be hoped to constrain a budding imperial power do not hold China back

Why is Cable so keen to deny the vast ethnic prejudices of the Chinese regime?

We need to appreciate the inherent messiness that permeates Western societies, rather than seeking to repudiate it