Freelance Journalist, former Wall Street Journal Senior Editor.firstname.lastname@example.org
Billionaire Mathias Döpfner’s plan to fight China and autocracy is a dead end.
Robert Lighthizer wants total decoupling from China—without thinking through the consequences.
Weijian Shan’s new book is notable mostly for what it leaves out, which says a lot about Chinese politics. I suss out the story.
The pandemic years strained every system of government.
An American classic offers fresh insights into China.
“Volt Rush” examines the price of a dirty green business—and China’s role.
Two books take very different approaches on the past and future of engagement.
After a mass shooting in Binghamton, N.Y., a quieter but messy drama unfolded: how to divide donations among the families of the dead and survivors.
The fences ringing Auschwitz frame a dilemma: How best to memorialize one of history's darkest crimes?