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Why the US Must Take China’s Disinformation Operations Seriously
January 28, 2022

Why the US Must Take China’s Disinformation Operations Seriously

By Jianli Yang and Nick Monaco
China has barely scratched the surface of its potential to carry out a “people’s war” on global public opinion.

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Brunei: Boon or Bane?
January 28, 2022

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Brunei: Boon or Bane?

By Riyani Sidek and Nafisa Halim
If vaccine diplomacy is to pay off, it needs to be based on firm bilateral foundations.
What’s Next for the Long-Awaited China-Japan-South Korea FTA?
January 28, 2022

What’s Next for the Long-Awaited China-Japan-South Korea FTA?

By Xirui Li
Will RCEP be able to accelerate the negotiation process for the China-Japan-South Korea free trade agreement?

Entering Beijing’s Olympics Bubble Is a Surreal Experience
January 28, 2022

Entering Beijing’s Olympics Bubble Is a Surreal Experience

By Associated Press
The experiences of AP journalists who have arrived or are preparing to depart offers a glimpse into life inside the bubble.

Barbados’ New Republic: A Win for China?
January 27, 2022

Barbados’ New Republic: A Win for China?

By Judith Mwai and Lauren Ashmore
Centering Barbados’ decision to end ties with the British monarchy around China only underscores the problem: The U.K.'s lack of interest in Barbados and similar countries.

China Appeals to Myanmar Opposition to Safeguard its Investments
January 25, 2022

China Appeals to Myanmar Opposition to Safeguard its Investments

By Sebastian Strangio
The request marked a small but potentially significant move toward China's engagement with the National Unity Government.

Behind China’s Intervention in Vermont’s Electronic Waste Recycling Bill
January 25, 2022

Behind China’s Intervention in Vermont’s Electronic Waste Recycling Bill

By Flora Yan
How an obscure WTO agreement led to a spike in PRC attempts to change state legislation, sparking pushback from local lawmakers.
Forced Prison Labor in China: Hiding in Plain Sight
January 25, 2022

Forced Prison Labor in China: Hiding in Plain Sight

By Peter Humphrey
Two years after a 6-year-old discovered a plea for help in a package of Christmas cards, newly released prisoners detail their accusations – and the prison’s cover up when the scandal broke.

China’s Espionage Plans for the 2022 Winter Olympics: What Athletes Should Expect
January 23, 2022

China’s Espionage Plans for the 2022 Winter Olympics: What Athletes Should Expect

By Nicholas Eftimiades
Yes, China is going to spy on the Olympic athletes. Its mandatory app is just the tip of the iceberg.

China’s Transportation Plan Will Boost Post-Pandemic Logistics
January 23, 2022

China’s Transportation Plan Will Boost Post-Pandemic Logistics

By Sara Hsu
As China’s infrastructure improves further, it’s going to be harder than ever for U.S. multinationals to move to underdeveloped countries like Vietnam and Indonesia.

Outlook: China’s Influence and Xi Jinping’s Leadership in 2022
January 23, 2022

Outlook: China’s Influence and Xi Jinping’s Leadership in 2022

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Trey McArver.

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