The recent hullabaloo over a near-miss between planes from the U.S. and China near Hainan Island (China’s Hawaii-ish tropical vacation destination) has brought the usual chest thumping and stupid commentary. Might as well join in. One of the most perplexing I’ve read comes from a surprising source, The Diplomat, which usually has a higher level […]
If you haven’t heard, China’s sovereign wealth fund CIC bought a 10% stake in London’s Heathrow airport. I was waiting for the usual freaking out and hand wringing over this but then realized that I had made the mistake of using my American brain to analyze the situation. I’m not suggesting that Brits don’t have […]
China Mobile might be the next blip on the U.S. government’s cybersecurity radar.
Is this about national security, protectionism, or reciprocity? And what would this mean for domestic firms trying to expand overseas?
A cash-for-Taiwan deal between the U.S. and China is preposterous, although not for the reason you might think.
China’s new national security review process for foreign acquisitions of Chinese companies kicks in next month. Let’s not panic just yet.