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‘Don’t Say Gay’ Is Happening in China Too. But It Can’t Turn Back the Clock. 
December 03, 2022

‘Don’t Say Gay’ Is Happening in China Too. But It Can’t Turn Back the Clock. 

By Zhijun Hu
Despite the many differences between the United States and China, anti-LGBTQ rhetoric in each follows a similar logic.

China’s Late-2022 Protests: ‘Zero-Covid’ At the Breaking Point?
December 03, 2022

China’s Late-2022 Protests: ‘Zero-Covid’ At the Breaking Point?

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What's driving China's late-2022 protests?
China’s Emerging Subsurface Presence in the Indian Ocean
December 03, 2022

China’s Emerging Subsurface Presence in the Indian Ocean

By Prakash Pannerselvam
From manned submarines to underwater drones, China’s stepped-up deployments in the region are concerning to India.

China’s Bet on Intelligent Electric Vehicles
December 03, 2022

China’s Bet on Intelligent Electric Vehicles

By Shaoshan Liu
After a decade of continuous investment, China is now poised to take on global leadership of the IEV industry.

Jiang Zemin’s Mixed Legacy
December 02, 2022

Jiang Zemin’s Mixed Legacy

By Zhiqun Zhu
One can attribute many of China’s current achievements and problems to policies initiated during Jiang’s tenure. 

China Eases Virus Controls Amid Effort to Head off Protests
December 02, 2022

China Eases Virus Controls Amid Effort to Head off Protests

By Joe McDonald
Guangzhou, Shijiazhuang, Chengdu, and other major cities announced they were easing testing requirements and controls on movement.

Jiang Zemin’s Foreign Policy Legacy Has Died With Him
December 01, 2022

Jiang Zemin’s Foreign Policy Legacy Has Died With Him

By Denny Roy
Many Chinese associate the late Jiang with an era seen as brighter and more hopeful than the literal and figurative lockdown Xi has brought upon China.
How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy
December 01, 2022

How Nationalism and Xeno­phobia Drive China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy

By Lai-Ha Chan and Pak K. Lee
Will a post-COVID China still be committed to a policy of opening to the world?

Jiang Zemin, Who Guided China’s Economic Rise, Dies
December 01, 2022

Jiang Zemin, Who Guided China’s Economic Rise, Dies

By Joe McDonald
Jiang led China from 1989 to 2002, a period that saw explosive growth in China’s economy and global status but also laid the seeds for many of the issues facing the country today.

The China-US Tech War: What’s Next?
November 30, 2022

The China-US Tech War: What’s Next?

Johanna Costigan, Shihoko Goto, and Alexandra Seymour the China-U.S. competition for tech dominance and the implications for third countries.

Shanghai Protests, But Not Too Far
November 30, 2022

Shanghai Protests, But Not Too Far

By Bonnie Girard
China’s middle class has rarely taken part in political activism over the past 30 years. They are now voicing their discontent – to a point.
US China Policy Is About More Than China
November 30, 2022

US China Policy Is About More Than China

By Robert Sutter
Doing what is “right” on a wide range of issues has reinforced the momentum in U.S. efforts to counter Beijing.

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