Despite High Ambition, China’s Media Influence Operation Is Far From Successful
By Zhuoran Li and Gavin Xu
A case study of CGTN reveals how bureaucracy and a flawed incentive structure is holding the state media outlet back from true influence power.
What China Is Saying About the Hong Kong Protests
By Shannon Tiezzi
In the upside-down world of Chinese state media, the extradition bill is actually supported by most Hong Kongers.
Red Scarves and Iowa Newspapers: China’s Propaganda in Action
By Bonnie Girard
Chinese domestic media mechanisms falter in the international arena.
The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
By David Gitter
The CCP is surprisingly candid about its goals, intentions, and activities in Chinese language publications.
China’s Foothold in Struggling Australian Media
By Helen Clark
Paid-for propaganda or propagating the tedious?
China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
By Jeffrey Cusack
While Beijing tries to increase the overseas credibility of its media, China Daily U.S.A. remains sharply political.
Beijing's Public Diplomacy Challenge
By Arthur Guschin
China’s efforts at public diplomacy have produced mixed results on the world stage.
India-China Tranquility Fading?
The unofficial border between India and China is usually described as tranquil. Is that starting to change?