Inside China's Vast New Experiment in Social Ranking
WIRED (cover story)
American invented the three-digit credit score. Now companies in China are taking the idea to the extreme.

The Decline in Cyberattacks: The Story Behind the Numbers
MIT Technology Review
Why has commercial cyberespionage from China declined?

Can 'Predictive Policing' Prevent Crime Before It Happens?
Do algorithms used to predict crime actually work? Inside one department's forecasting experiment. 

A Tale of Two Worlds
Scientific American (part of cover package)
What will the world's population look like in 2050? 

Not Guilty As Charged
Several recent trade secret theft cases against Chinese-American scientists have unraveled. 

Some True Information is Impossible to Censor
On the ground with the Umbrella Revolution at the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests.

other articles

China Cares a Whole Lot About Pigs in Iowa
The Atlantic
How farmers in Iowa stand to be hit by the U.S.-China trade spat.

The Chinese Growth Charade
The Wall Street Journal
A review of Dinny McMahon's China's Great Wall of Debt

Analysis of China's One-Child Policy Sparks Uproar
A controversial paper on the one-child policy is roiling demography. 

Hours of Silence and Hard Work
The Wall Street Journal
A review of Christine Toomey's In Search of Buddha's Daughters.

From Too Many People to Too Few
The Wall Street Journal
A review of Mei Fong's One Child.

Val Wang's 'Beijing Bastard,' and More
The New York Times
A roundup of recent China-related books.

China Rethinks the Death Penalty
The New York Times (op-ed page)
China is returning to its roots in putting the brakes on the death penalty.

Behind the Bamboo Curtain
The Wall Street Journal
A review of Peter Hessler's Strange Stones: Dispatches from East and West.

Enter the Dragons
The Atlantic
Giving birth in the year of the dragon.