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What Xi Jinping Learned—And Didn’t Learn—From His Father About Xinjiang
November 26, 2019

What Xi Jinping Learned—And Didn’t Learn—From His Father About Xinjiang

By Joseph Torigian
Xi Zhongxun’s “soft touch” approach to the region contrasts dramatically with his son’s crackdown.

Damnatio Memoriae in China: Zhao Ziyang Is Laid to Rest
November 13, 2019

Damnatio Memoriae in China: Zhao Ziyang Is Laid to Rest

By Bonnie Girard
Zhao was written out of Chinese history for showing sympathy to the Tiananmen protesters. The indignity continued even after his death.
China’s Communists Hold Key Meeting Amid Rising Challenges
October 29, 2019

China’s Communists Hold Key Meeting Amid Rising Challenges

By Associated Press
The fourth plenum kicked off in Beijing on October 28.

China's Non-state Universities: What It Takes to Succeed
September 17, 2019

China's Non-state Universities: What It Takes to Succeed

By Olivia A. Halsall
What happens when a local Chinese tycoon establishes a non-state university with private funds?

What George Marshall Learned From His Time in China
May 03, 2019

What George Marshall Learned From His Time in China

By Robert Farley
Marshall couldn’t stop the Chinese Civil War, but what did he learn?

Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations
March 05, 2019

Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations

By Ankit Panda, Orville Schell, and Susan Shirk
A new report peers into the future of the world’s most consequential bilateral relationship.

Why Did Australia Push Out a Chinese Communist Party-Linked Billionaire?
February 09, 2019

Why Did Australia Push Out a Chinese Communist Party-Linked Billionaire?

By Grant Wyeth
Alex Joske explains the context of the Australian government's actions against Huang Xiangmo.
Political Culture and the Chinese Communist Party's Modern Authoritarianism
December 01, 2018

Political Culture and the Chinese Communist Party's Modern Authoritarianism

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The roots of a dystopian future have already been laid in China.

Jerome Cohen: Xi and CCP Aim for Unchallenged Power
March 07, 2018

Jerome Cohen: Xi and CCP Aim for Unchallenged Power

By Maurits Elen
To whom much is given, much will be required.

China’s Foreign Ministry Defends the CCP’s Proposed Constitutional Amendment
February 27, 2018

China’s Foreign Ministry Defends the CCP’s Proposed Constitutional Amendment

By Charlotte Gao
China's government continues to forestall criticism at home and abroad.

How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad
February 27, 2018

How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad

By Sarah Cook
The events of the past month suggest several ways to counter antidemocratic pressure from China’s government.
Europe Ponders How to Curb China's High-Tech Buying Spree
February 16, 2018

Europe Ponders How to Curb China's High-Tech Buying Spree

By Friso Stevens
Struggling to reconcile stark differences, the Commission’s push to level the playing field is unlikely to make a dent.

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