For China, the suspension of US “war games” alongside South Korea — coupled with talk of reducing troop numbers — offers the prospect of restoring its historical dominance on the Korean peninsula.
Marxist Feminist film scholar Dai Jinhua, one of the preeminent cultural critics of China's New Left, historicizes the rapid cultural and intellectual developments that took place in China during the 1980s and 90s.
The upsurge of armed struggle in Malaysia represents one of the lesser noticed repercussions of the 1968 developments in Vietnam and China.
A Maoist critique of the East German university system published in 1968 by the Shanghai Red Guards.
China's Cultural Revolution was a key reference point for huge numbers of activists in 1968, but by then the CR was all but over.
Industrial-scale renewable energy does nothing to remake exploitative relationships with the earth, and instead represents the renewal and expansion of the present capitalist order.
Novelist Wang Anyi casts an ironic glance on the transformation of gender relations in China during the 1980s and 90s.
"China" continues to be a kind of allegorical screen for thinking political fanaticism.
Outside of hard climate science, history should be the preeminent field for the study of global warming.
Continuing his series of additional chapters to General Intellects, McKenzie Wark writes about the recent work of leading Chinese general intellect, Wang Hui.