China

Aid to Africa is the problem, not the solution, according to Dambisa Moyo, Zambian-born economist and author of Dead Aid. She discusses the issue with Richard Dowden, executive director of the Royal African Society, and Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson

As the global economic crisis hits home, Beijing faces what the country’s rulers have always feared – a peasants’ revolt

British politicians anxious to combat juvenile obesity should learn from China, and rediscover an old dance

Samuel Brittan and Edward Hadas, both distinguished economic commentators, discuss where to place the blame for the current global crisis with Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson

‘By the 2030s China will have an economic weight two or three times that of America, its nearest rival’

The delicate balance of power between China and American is unstable and the geopolitical consequences will affect us all

The monk who has lead Tibetans for 68 years sees the Beijing Olympics as a chance to convert the Chinese to his cause

The tradition of the Olympic torch relay is not ancient and has nothing to do with Greece. It was in fact an invention of the Third Reich