How has Chinese interest in sports developed over time? Does Chinese interest in US sports have a role to play in US-China relations more broadly?
Daniel H. Rosen is the co-founder and head of the China practice at Rhodium Group, an independent research provider. Mr. Rosen is also an adjunct associate professor at Columbia University, where [...]
Tariffs can have unforeseen consequences on global trade. What are the ramifications for high-tech U.S. firms in Beijing?
by Barry Naughton The Expert Briefing is a special column dedicated to publishing the analysis and views of 21st Century China Center scholars on Chinese economy, politics, and society. This [...]
While anti-globalization and anti-trade highlight Mr. Donald Trump's political position, China's President Xi Jinping has demonstrated staunch support for better developed and structured trade [...]
This article is a winner of the 2016 China Focus Essay Contest. The other winning piece, which discusses North Korean nonproliferation, can be found here. The 2017 essay contest will [...]
Why China and the United States need a Bilateral Investment Treaty – 2016 China Focus Essay Contest Finalist
Trade and investment are the two primary engines of economic growth in bilateral economies. Tracing the bilateral economic history over the last twenty years, China's open economicÂ reforms and [...]
The UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy and the 21st Century China Program are host to some of the world's leading China watchers. In this column, we sit down with Michael Dunne, an [...]
For this article, China Focus Staff Writer Thomas Murphey sat down with two entrepreneurs focused on business in China. Thomas Yao is a founding partner of Immersion Ventures, based in the United [...]