China’s surprising take on a celebrated parable reveals a growing global problem

Failing climate policies create international discord that benefits no one but China

Why did the Chinese bureaucracy succeed where the Catholic Church failed?

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the centuries-old military rivalry between China and Japan

What are we supposed to fight for in the Pacific? Is it for Australia or for the sake of US pre-eminence?

The winners of the Cold War turned out to be the authoritarians, not the democrats

As July marked the one hundredth anniversary of the CCP, Alex Story examines its performance over the past fifty years

The world needs to rekindle its democratic alliances to counter China’s growing techno-authoritarian power

Will a newly assertive Beijing seek to “decolonise” Hong Kong of the last visible signs of its colonial past?

Chinese propaganda plays on the manifest faultlines of American society