Articles by Isabel Hilton
Helm runs through multiple policy failures on the road to the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age
It created what it aimed to destroy—a hostile, pro-Soviet, long-lived regime built around Fidel Castro
A judicial ruling is the latest worrying development, and Taiwan will be taking note
Isabel Hilton / December 10, 2015
Penguin, £7.99 Ask a roomful of climate change experts about whether the cumbersome United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is up to the task of avoiding global climate...
China's problems are built into a system which it is struggling to reform
The bold vision of Ai Weiwei's art looks forward to a future beyond the control of the Communist Party
If the last three decades have been a roaring success, the next decade is much more complicated
Isabel Hilton / June 18, 2015
Deng Xiaoping: A Revolutionary Life by Alexander V Pantsov and Steven I Levine (Oxford University Press, £22.99) Deng Xiaoping, the diminutive, bridge-playing Chinese dictator, enjoys a...
The country's leaders think the UK is quaint, broke and insignificant.