CCP control in China
December 20, 2022
How COVID Shattered the ‘China Dream’
By Mercy A. Kuo
The China Dream and the dreams of the Chinese people are diverging, with deep repercussions for China’s future.
September 16, 2022
How China Set Its Response to COVID-19 From Crisis to Opportunity
By Flavia Lucenti
The response to COVID-19 contrasts with the CCP’s reaction to previous health crises, when the approach was to downplay the extent of the virus.
July 15, 2022
China’s Interventionist Approach to Managing Financial Risks
By Nicholas Borst
While Beijing has studied the mistakes of past financial cleanups, its current approach risks making new ones.
June 29, 2021
Reading Between the Lines of the CCP’s Centennial Propaganda Blitz
By Sarah Cook
Troop deployments, censorship, and exhaustive promotion point to a deep uncertainty about the party’s future.
March 30, 2021
China’s Social Credit System: Speculation vs. Reality
By Jessica Reilly , Muyao Lyu, and Megan Robertson
How far along is China's much-hyped social credit system – and where is it heading next?
March 20, 2021
The Ant Group Incident Reveals the Fragile Future of Innovation in China
By Zhuoran Li and Gavin Xu
Increasing CCP control, coupled with bureaucratic infighting, decreases the incentives for private companies to try new things.
December 10, 2020
5 Predictions for Beijing’s Assault on Internet Freedom in 2021
By Sarah Cook
The events of the past year point to several censorship patterns that will likely gain prominence in the months to come.
November 06, 2020
China and the World: Can China Lead?
By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with William Kirby on China's ambitions, soft power, and education.
May 28, 2020
Beijing’s National Security Messaging on Hong Kong
By Eleanor Albert
China is defending its plans for Hong Kong with a fervent PR blitz.
April 24, 2020
Why China’s Propaganda Efforts So Often Backfire
By Jo Kim
An obsession with finding enemies and uniting the front makes it difficult to “tell China’s story well.”
March 26, 2020
Can China’s COVID-19 Statistics Be Trusted?
By Scott N. Romaniuk and Tobias Burgers
From GDP figures to coronavirus counts, China’s government has a long history of manipulating data for political gain.
March 19, 2020
COVID-19 and Xi Jinping: How the Strongman Got Stronger
By Thomas Reilly
Surprisingly, China's Xi is poised to politically profit from the deadly outbreak, both at home and abroad.
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