The world’s largest economic powers are in a battle for dominance complicated by the pandemic and Trump’s escalation.
As China’s economy reopens, old pollution trends are reappearing. It’s a cautionary tale for other countries as they end stay-at-home orders.
The announced law could establish Chinese security institutions in Hong Kong, ending historically protected freedom around dissent and free speech.
Big tech volunteers to create platforms that facilitate digital contact tracing, but how will they protect private health data?
Lack of tests and testing facilities has the United States playing a dangerous game of catch up
NASA satellite observes ‘significant decreases’ in nitrogen dioxide as factories shutter and workers stay home.
Journalists Bryn Nelson and Jane C. Hu talk about how the climate crisis means we could see more deadly outbreaks, plus the rise of xenophobia as the virus spreads.
President Trump says his just-signed trade deal with China is unprecedented, but it’s mostly symbolic and has little to nothing to offer ordinary Americans, says Jocobin’s Nicole Aschoff.
Professor David Kotz discusses how the U.S.’s hardened trade stance has nothing to do with human rights, despite new reports of the massive human rights violations of the Uighurs, a Muslim minority in western China.