Articles by Isabel Hilton
Isabel Hilton / April 19, 2019
Is it too late to salvage something good from Beijing’s monumental development project?
Deals with Beijing can be risky. Are they worth it?
Isabel Hilton / January 30, 2019
The country's birthrate has fallen off a cliff. A few years ago this would have been hailed as a policy triumph, but today it heralds a demographic crisis
Isabel Hilton / January 26, 2019
Beijing at first denied their existence, then justified the internment camps as counter-terrorism measures. But there are many unanswered questions
The Singapore summit was a triumph for the North Korean leader
Xi Jinping's ideas have conquered China. Now he has his eyes on a bigger prize—the rest of the world
Isabel Hilton / December 23, 2017
The “thought” of XI Jinping has been embedded in the Communist Party’s constitution—and will now be taught at some 20 Chinese universities
Isabel Hilton / October 26, 2017
The rest of the world must now adjust
Isabel Hilton / August 9, 2017
Trump's threat to rain fire on North Korean plays directly into the regime’s survival story. There is no victory for anybody here