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October 20, 2017

China
A Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle is seen at Stewart Chevrolet in Colma, California. China Is Poised to Take Over This Industry. America Can’t Let It Happen.

Ashley Feng is a research associate for China Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Sagatom Saha is a Fulbright researcher studying energy reform. The future of transportation will be elect…

June 9, 2017

Asia
Hua-Chunying Chinese Activists, THAAD Halt, SoftBank’s Robots, and More

Rachel Brown, Ashley Feng, Douglas Mo, and Gabriel Walker look at the top stories in Asia this week. 1. China brushes off U.S. pressure over detained activists. On May 31, New York-based NGO China…

March 5, 2012

China
A portrait of Chinese national folk-hero, Lei Feng looks out over a busy intersection in a central Beijing shopping district in June of 1998. China’s March Madness—Not Jeremy Lin but Lei Feng

In late February, New York-based Global Times writer Rong Xiaoqing published a piece on Jeremy Lin and the “Hunger for Heroes in the U.S.” In her piece, Rong argues that the United States—and democra…

April 21, 2017

China
Feng-Xiaogang-award Chinese Cinema’s Absent Allure

Larry Hong is an intern in the Asia program at the Council on Foreign Relations and a senior at Columbia University. This is the second post in his three-part series on the relationship between Holly…

April 13, 2017

China
Great-Wall-opening Hollywood and China’s Unequal Affair

Larry Hong is an intern in the Asia program at the Council on Foreign Relations and a senior at Columbia University. This is the first post in his three-part series on the relationship between Hollyw…

March 23, 2017

Development
The Benefits of Trade Have Not Been Equitable. Digital Commerce Can Change That

Joakim Reiter is the former deputy secretary general of the UN Conference on Trade and Development. Trade, and its phenomenal expansion in the last two decades, has been decisive for lifting more t…

December 1, 2016

China
rtx1w1o8-1 China’s New Two Child Policy: Too Little, Too Late

Joan Kaufman is the director for academics at Schwarzman Scholars. I have been closely watching China’s population policy for about forty years and arrived in China for my first work stint (with th…

April 13, 2016

Global
CRISPR: Transformative and Troubling

A new genetic technology has the potential to cure diseases and boost plant, insect, and human lives, but it also poses profound ethical questions.

April 1, 2016

Global
Teaching Notes State Capitalism.jpg State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World

Teaching Notes for State Capitalism: How the Return of Statism is Transforming the World by CFR Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia, Joshua Kurlantzick.

January 21, 2012

Human Rights
Politburo 2007 What Does the Chinese Politburo Know?

  This week brought yet more prison terms for yet more Chinese dissidents.  As the Washington Post reported, Chinese writer and activist Li Tie was sentenced to 10 years in prison for “inciting sub…