China's Top Politics and Current Affairs News, News Roundups, Headlines, Stories | SupChina Newsletter | SupChina

Politics & Current Affairs

The top news stories, headlines, news roundups, and related content from the world of Chinese politics and current affairs — part of the daily SupChina newsletter, a convenient package of China’s business, political, cultural, and society news delivered to your inbox for free. SupChina is your premier source for China news.

China’s ‘citizen scores’ system gets people barred from flights – just like ‘Black Mirror’

Continue reading

China condemns South Korea’s warning shots at its fishing vessels

Continue reading

China’s spy chief set to step down to take on senior role on Hong Kong and Taiwan affairs advisory panel

Continue reading

Beijing ‘strongly dissatisfied’ after South Korean coast guard fires machine guns at Chinese trawlers

Continue reading

Philippines’ deal with China pokes a hole in U.S. strategy

Continue reading

For China’s leaders, age cap is but a moving number

Continue reading

Opinion: Xi at the core at least means clarity for local Chinese officials

Continue reading

Xi Jinping may be ‘core leader’ of China, but he’s still really nervous

Continue reading

Duterte’s deal with China seen by satellite: Fishing allowed but no change in control of disputed shoal

Continue reading

Malaysia reaches ‘significant’ defense deal with China, takes shot at West

Continue reading

News roundup: Malaysia and China smile across the South China Sea

Malaysia and China smile across the South China Sea Diplomatic and military strategies in the South China Sea and…

Continue reading

News roundup: Will the ‘core’ leadership title of ‘mighty Uncle Xi’ help his political agenda? Plus acquisition anxiety and two-child policy

BUSINESS Chinese acquisitions in Australia…

Continue reading

How do China’s dealmakers ease foreign worries about the nation’s global buying spree?

BUSINESS Sinophobia remains, but savvy dealmakers…

Continue reading

Sinica extra: Q&A with Rachel Stern on the scholarly appeal of China’s legal system, the nation’s crackdown on lawyers and U.S. litigiousness

Jeremy: A cynic might joke that studying Chinese law and legal processes is in some ways like living in…

Continue reading

News roundup: How are China’s copycats making entrepreneurs more creative? Plus Australians detained and record space journey

BUSINESS Chinese copycats disrupt…

Continue reading