Beijing makes a move in Central Asia as Moscow’s influence wanes after the invasion of Ukraine
‘Canadian governments have been broadcasting for decades that they don’t mind being pushed around’ by China
Decision to dump Li Keqiang and Wang Yang ‘was not the outcome imagined’ in ‘China Coup: The Great Leap to Freedom’
He needs to get it back on track despite the ascendancy of his hard-line faction backed by political allies
The United Kingdom will need to forge new partnerships to cope with China’s rise as an economic superpower
In less than six months, he has tanked the economy, created Covid-19 anger and left China isolated
Rivalry between Washington and Beijing is likely to persist, so can Europe uphold the multilateral, rules-based system?