As someone who witnessed the Tiananmen Square massacre, I can say that if bloodshed can be avoided in Hong Kong, it would be a good thing.
Can’t we bury the notion that China has no role to play in tensions?
China watchers need to acknowledge that we have a long history of getting China wrong.
The protests illustrated how fearful people in Hong Kong are about the erosion of the idea of “one country, two systems.”
Three decades after the crackdown, Beijing is still terrified of the movement and what it stood for.
What happened during his financial career is more interesting than the safe rags-to-riches memoir he wrote.
China's leader took the operation as proof that the United States did not value its allies or their sacrifices.
The agency that helped China turn around what used to be a horrendous air safety record was none other than the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
American law enforcement officials complain that China’s police are not crime fighters but rather protectors of the Communist Party.
China is facing a challenging new era in its relations with the United States.