An overview of the draft data transfer guidance issued last week by China's Cyberspace Administration.
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As the U.S. Considers a North Korea Strike, Let’s Not Forget that China Has Promised to Defend North Korea from an Armed Attack
As tensions between the United States and the DPRK continue to rise, too few analysts are considering the danger of China intervening militarily in response to a U.S. strike on the DPRK’s nuclear weapons and missile programs.
It’s time for U.S. policymakers to rethink the country’s open stance toward inbound Chinese investment.
For the Chinese government, no principle of international law is more sacrosanct than non-interference in the domestic affairs of other states. So why hasn't it yet condemned the U.S. missile strike on Syria?
Recent intemperate comments by a National Security Council official appear to have stemmed from a minor but non-trivial mistranslation of comments made by China's Ministry of National Defense.
An overview of recent developments affecting U.S.-China cross-border digital trade.
Is Chinese law enforcement authorized to remotely access data located outside its jurisdiction?
Six components of Tillerson's Asia trip require careful reading: his assurances to allies; “20 years of failure”; sanctions; military options; negotiations; and the all-important China audience of one, Xi Jinping.
Should tensions mount, there is a risk that China will loosen its restraint and again permit its military and state-owned enterprises to conduct cyber-enabled economic espionage against U.S. companies.
Despite declining prospects for peaceful unification by 2020, China faces serious constraints on its ability to invade and subjugate Taiwan.