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China news and analysis from The Nation
March 9, 2022
China’s Ukraine Dilemma
While Beijing has declined to condemn Russia, the government has little interest in sticking its neck out for Putin.
March 8, 2022
Letters From the March 21/28, 2022, Issue
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February 25, 2022
Will the Fight for Hegemony Survive Climate Change?
Even if China were to become the preeminent world power around 2030, the accelerating pace of climate change would likely curtail its rise within decades.
February 23, 2022
Russia, Ukraine, and the New Bipartisanship in Washington
Democrats and Republicans unite in boosting Pentagon spending.
Michael T. Klare
February 21, 2022
China Between Communism and Capitalism
The history of the country’s relationship with the market is filled with conflicting narratives.
Andrew B. Liu
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February 16, 2022
US-Born Children in China Will Have to Choose Between Rival Superpowers
Tens of thousands of kids in China were born in the US to maternity tourists. But at 18, they have to decide which citizenship to keep.
February 10, 2022
The Beijing Olympics Showcase the Need for a Better Politics
We must avoid a cold war while expressing solidarity with all in need.
February 4, 2022
Protests in Kazakhstan Rattle Russia and China
China’s response to massive protests in its energy-rich neighbor show that claims of noninterference in the domestic affairs of other countries are not to be taken at face value.
January 21, 2022
We Don’t Need Better Missiles—We Need Disarmament
Our generals know one word, and it’s not “win”—it’s more.
January 20, 2022
Washington’s Dominion Is Ending—but Not Without a Struggle
We’re witnessing an epochal decline in American global power.