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Xi Jinping and China’s Censorship Trap
December 13, 2022

Xi Jinping and China’s Censorship Trap

By Ge Chen
Why didn't China's leader crack down hard on the protesters calling for him to resign? He may never have heard those calls in the first place.

China’s Information Problems Are Only Getting Worse
December 07, 2022

China’s Information Problems Are Only Getting Worse

By Eduardo Jaramillo
Xi’s insistence on personal loyalty risks a climate of sycophancy and rigid unanimity in the ranks of China’s top leaders.
How to Resist China’s Campaign of Transnational Repression
July 21, 2022

How to Resist China’s Campaign of Transnational Repression

By Yana Gorokhovskaia and Angeli Datt
Democracies must take urgent action to protect exiled dissidents from the Chinese regime’s cross-border intimidation efforts.

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns
May 18, 2022

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns

By Sarah Cook
Top doctors have been among those silenced for urging a shift away from China's draconian pandemic control strategy.

Will China Learn From Its Biggest COVID-19 Mistake?
May 10, 2022

Will China Learn From Its Biggest COVID-19 Mistake?

By Zhuoran Li
Amid the Shanghai lockdown, government efforts to silence and prosecute critics have received more public attention – and sparked increasing outrage.

The Great Translation Movement Shines a Spotlight on China’s Propaganda
April 05, 2022

The Great Translation Movement Shines a Spotlight on China’s Propaganda

By Chauncey Jung
A decentralized social media campaign challenges CCP propaganda by revealing its dark narratives to a global audience.

The Unintended Consequences of China’s Stance on Ukraine
March 19, 2022

The Unintended Consequences of China’s Stance on Ukraine

By Yimei Liu
China’s censored social media environment makes it difficult to judge public opinion. But the pro-Russia narrative that has emerged is having a real impact on ordinary people.
Voices From China: What the CCP Doesn’t Want You to Hear
February 22, 2022

Voices From China: What the CCP Doesn’t Want You to Hear

By Sarah Cook
By jailing citizens for their speech, Beijing keeps both other Chinese and the world in the dark about the many differing opinions and perspectives within Chinese society.

Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport
February 17, 2022

Chinese Olympians Balance Politics and Sport

By Patrick Beyrer
Chinese athletes must navigate not only their chosen sports but also CCP redlines, online nationalism, and corporate demands.  

Megan Walsh on Understanding China Through Its Literature
February 09, 2022

Megan Walsh on Understanding China Through Its Literature

By Shannon Tiezzi
In a new book, Walsh explores the wildly divergent genres and styles of writing that are popular in China today.

Badiucao Explains How China Exports Its Propaganda and Censorship to the West
January 13, 2022

Badiucao Explains How China Exports Its Propaganda and Censorship to the West

By Gian Luca Atzori
A dialogue with “the Chinese Banksy.”

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