Yuen Yuen Ang considers the possibility that either or both countries could experience a change in leadership.
Robert Skidelsky rejects the orthodox economic view that public investment is bound to be less efficient than private capital.
Andrés Velasco asks what an era of larger, more robust state intervention in the economy can and should mean.
Eswar Prasad explains why a new version of the renminbi will fail to challenge the US dollar’s global dominance.
Joschka Fischer says that US and European policymakers and businesses have no choice but to accept that China as it is.