Desmond Lachman | The Hill
By Michael Auslin, National Review: “This worsening slowdown, which is the new normal for China, may have major effects on Beijing’s foreign and security policy.”
Xi Jinping and China's Maritime Policy
By Andrew Chubb, Brookings: "The ascension of Xi Jinping to the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has often been posited as a turning point for China's policy in the South and East China Sea maritime disputes. As early as 2013, You Ji of the University of New South Wales assessed that Xi had been “instrumental in changing China's passivity” into an assertive strategy to defend China's claims."
interview with Raghuram Rajan via Bloomberg
Hoover Institution fellow Raghuram Rajan discusses the US-China trade dispute, Federal Reserve policy, global economic risks, and the state of India's economy.