Jeremy Wallace

Jeremy Wallace is a professor of government at Cornell University. His most recent book is Seeking Truth and Hiding Facts: Information, Ideology and Authoritarianism in China (Oxford University Press, 2022).

What the clean energy boom means for fossil fuel communities

'Uncertain Futures' reveals what makes policies and promises attractive to those upturned by a greener economy.

Back to face-to-face: What you need to know about the Biden-Xi summit

Talk between nuclear-armed superpowers is usually a good thing.

Are U.S.-China relations on the mend?

Tensions remain, despite efforts to boost bilateral talks.

What China’s economic slowdown means for the world

It’s a slowdown, not a collapse.

A transition for TMC (The Monkey Cage): Moving on from The Washington Post

We’re grateful to The Post and excited about our next chapter

Why protesters are targeting Xi Jinping for China’s ‘zero covid’ failures

Protests across China reveal the depth of anger and frustration over strict government lockdown policies

California – not Biden – is leading U.S. climate cooperation with China

Beijing sees California as a global climate leader

What Xi Jinping’s ‘common prosperity’ goal means for China

China's Communist party hopes to bridge a widening income gap, but it’s not that easy

China is reporting big successes in the coronavirus fight. Should we trust the numbers?

Here’s why you should be skeptical.

Is Xi Jinping now a ‘leader for life,’ like Mao?

Here's why this is dangerous.