August 18, 2020
China’s ‘Never Again’ Mentality
By Mark Tischler
Western analysts often overlook how much of China’s modern-day policy is driven by the collective trauma of its colonial past.
June 14, 2019
The Dangerous Reprise of Chinese Korean War Propaganda
By Andrew Kuech
Why are symbols from the “Resist America, Aid Korea” campaign making a comeback nearly 70 years later?
September 07, 2018
British Loot and China’s Belt and Road
By Bonnie Girard
Does the past augur the future?
June 28, 2018
The British Clerk Who Tried to Spark a Chinese Revolution
By David Leffman
The life and confessions of Charles Welsh Mason.
June 25, 2018
China’s Second Century of Humiliation
By Ted S. Yoho
The conduct of Xi Jinping and the CCP will ultimately bring China a new century of shame.
September 26, 2016
Countering China's Psychological Warfare
By Shirley Kan
An American narrative is needed to disarm China's victimization rhetoric.
May 24, 2016
Why Does China Want to Control the South China Sea?
By Donald K. Emmerson
China's possible motives for trying to secure control over the South China Sea.
September 01, 2015
Beijing’s Peaceful Evolution Paranoia
By John S. Van Oudenaren
The Chinese Communist Party’s obsession with the threat of a color revolution is revealing.
March 20, 2015
China's Resentment Problem
By Kerry Brown
China's emphasis on national victimhood, especially in relations with Japan, hamstrings its foreign policy.
October 11, 2014
Putting Hong Kong in Historical Context
By Peter Harris
‘The Occupy Central movement is about a lot of things that concern China’s present and its future.’