New AtlanticistSep 10, 2023
Experts react: Did India’s G20 just crack the code for diplomatic consensus?
By Atlantic Council experts
The Russian and Chinese leaders were not at the summit, but that did not stop the Group of Twenty leaders from approving an eighty-three-paragraph declaration that added the African Union to the group.
In the NewsAug 9, 2023
“Why You Should Worry About China’s Missing Minister.” Nonresident senior fellow Michael Schuman in The Atlantic
On August 9, 2023, nonresident senior fellow Michael Schuman’s latest piece in The Atlantic explored the case of Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang’s disappearance, and what it means for the world’s view of Chinese politics.
In the NewsJun 29, 2023
Nonresident senior fellow Michael Schuman in The Atlantic: “The End of Optimism in China”
On June 29, 2023, nonresident senior fellow Michael Schuman’s latest article in The Atlantic explored how recent political and economic struggles may be marking the end of an era of optimism in China, marked by Xi Jinping’s advice that young Chinese should learn to “eat bitterness.”
Michael Schuman is a nonresident senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub and an author and journalist with more than 25 years of experience in Asia. Currently a contributing writer to The Atlantic, he was previously a foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and Time magazine. His most recent book is Superpower Interrupted: The Chinese History of the World. His two previous books are Confucius and the World He Created and The Miracle: The Epic Story of Asia’s Quest for Wealth. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, Businessweek, and Bloomberg Opinion. He is based in Beijing, China.