Jessica Chen Weiss

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

Does China actively promote its way of governing — and do other countries listen?

Here’s what the research tells us about Chinese training programs

The Cold War is a poor analogy for today’s U.S.-China tensions

That view ignores China’s deep challenges — and the strength of U.S. diplomacy

Mike Pompeo accused China of committing ‘genocide,’ an international crime. Biden’s team agrees.

This probably won’t lead to prosecutions but it will hurt China in the court of public opinion

China’s leaders say that Biden offers a ‘new window of hope.’ Their experts are more skeptical.

Beijing is likely to seek short-term stability as it anticipates a long-term advantage

The U.S. is using harsh language about the Chinese Communist Party. Who joins the CCP — and why?

The motivations for becoming a party member have changed over time

Four things to know about the U.S. decision to close the Chinese consulate in Houston

Trump administration’s latest move could make it harder to repair the U.S.-China rift

In South Carolina, Democrats debated when a dictator is really a dictator. So what’s the answer?

Our new book explains.

China celebrates 70 years of communist rule. What explains the resilience of its regime?

In 1989, the Chinese Communist Party survived popular unrest — while Europe’s communist regimes did not.

What’s the response in China to the trade war?

Here are three things to watch.