In a League of Its Own: The Cyberspace Administration of China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Rogier Creemers.
TikTok and Beyond: How China’s Ascendancy in Digital Technology Challenges the Global Order
By Marina Yue Zhang
This isn’t just a feud between two great powers; it’s a competition for a new world order in cyberspace.
China’s New Legislation on Deepfakes: Should the Rest of Asia Follow Suit?
By Asha Hemrajani
China’s new regulations on deepfakes are the most comprehensive in the world. Will they provide a model for the rest of Asia to follow?
China’s Disinformation Campaign in the Philippines
By Gregory Winger
The Philippines has been the perfect target for Chinese political interference – but it won’t be Beijing’s last victim.
Why Isn’t China Salami-Slicing in Cyberspace?
By Tobias Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
It’s time to start thinking about engaging with the digital variant of this favorite Chinese foreign policy dish.
China Cyber: Stepping Into the Shoes of a 'Major Power'
By Bruce McConnell
An analysis of the Cyberspace Administration of China's Third World Internet Conference.
China's Master Plan for IT Dominance
By Frank Zhao and Jesse Heatley
China’s top leadership has released a bold long-range blueprint for the country’s Internet and technology strategy.
China Defends Controversial Anti-Terror Law
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's draft anti-terror law -- the bane of foreign tech firms -- is moving closer to becoming reality.
The US, China and an Abundance of Cyber-Caution
By Robert Farley
Is restraint the chief characteristic of conflict in the cyber-age?
Time for the US to Punish China in Cyberspace?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the debate on how Washington should respond.
How America's New Secretary of Defense Will Deal With China
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, trouble in Myanmar, defending the Silk Road, and China's cyber theme song. Friday China links.
Chinese Predictions for Cyberspace in 2014
By Adam Segal
Some experts are predicting intense competition and national conflict.