Assuming the worst about China could have catastrophic consequences.
For Keyu Jin's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Xi Jinping has major ambitions for China, the CCP and his legacy.
China isn't jumping to conclusions about future U.S. policies, much less taking premature action.
Much of the world is watching Chinese President Xi Jinping with suspicion as he re-centralizes authority and pursues a radical anti-corruption campaign that many think is a fig leaf for a political purge.
China's abolition of its one-child policy is going to have a profound impact on the country's economy.
A Chinese economic "rebalancing" — replacing investment and exports with services and domestic consumption — remains a distant prospect.
China's focus on industrialization explains why its economic miracle has created relatively few new jobs.
Unless and until China's top leaders overcome resistance from vested interests, progress on reform will remain sluggish.
Ever since the integration of emerging markets into the global economy began in the early 1990s, three striking trends have emerged: a divergence in private savings rates between the industrialized core and the emerging periphery (the former experiencing a sharp rise, and the latter ...