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Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
January 26, 2019
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
In addition to technological tools, China’s government is using more old-fashioned methods to keep activists silent.
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
Making China Communist Again?
January 23, 2019
Making China Communist Again?
Chinese students are rediscovering Marx and Mao even as the Chinese government becomes less tolerant of any criticism.
Making China Communist Again?
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
December 31, 2018
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
From a movie star to university students, no one is immune.
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
November 23, 2018
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
Most midterm elections don't have a significant impact on U.S.-China relations. 2018 could be an exception.
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
November 08, 2018
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
China defends its Xinjiang policy during the UN Human Rights Council’s universal periodic review.
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
November 07, 2018
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
Will any of China's neighbors speak out against its abuses at home? A major UN review offers a sobering assessment.
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
October 01, 2018
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
Beijing is stepping up the pressure on the Uyghur diaspora, even as it cracks down on their relatives in Xinjiang.
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
September 27, 2018
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
China’s oppression of Muslims is cracking its de facto immunity from international criticism on human rights issues.
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
The West's Difficult China Choice
September 04, 2018
The West's Difficult China Choice
China, the West and the question of loyalty.
The West's Difficult China Choice
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
September 01, 2018
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
“We are witnessing an extraordinary moment in modern Chinese history… Growing numbers of women are angry about the misogyny and injustice in their lives.”
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
August 24, 2018
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
Uyghurs fear that Beijing wants nothing less than for them to disappear as a people.
The Repression of Uyghurs Is Now an All-Out War Against a People
China’s P2P Protests, the United States, and the International Liberal-Democratic Order
August 22, 2018
China’s P2P Protests, the United States, and the International Liberal-Democratic Order
Given the CCP’s efforts to reshape the world, it is important to understand what liberal democracy can offer ordinary Chinese.
China’s P2P Protests, the United States, and the International Liberal-Democratic Order
Uyghurs’ Present Is the Future for Most Chinese
August 18, 2018
Uyghurs’ Present Is the Future for Most Chinese
Even Chinese overseas are not exempt from Beijing’s constant control.
Uyghurs’ Present Is the Future for Most Chinese
China and the Lessons of Modern Surveillance Technology
July 19, 2018
China and the Lessons of Modern Surveillance Technology
Could a model of AI-based surveillance actually be a force for good?
China and the Lessons of Modern Surveillance Technology
While China and Germany Sign Trade Deals, Liu Xiaobo’s Widow Allowed to Leave China
July 10, 2018
While China and Germany Sign Trade Deals, Liu Xiaobo’s Widow Allowed to Leave China
Angela Merkel scores a human rights victory while Li Keqiang is in Germany to talk trade.
While China and Germany Sign Trade Deals, Liu Xiaobo’s Widow Allowed to Leave China
China’s Second Century of Humiliation
June 25, 2018
China’s Second Century of Humiliation
The conduct of Xi Jinping and the CCP will ultimately bring China a new century of shame.
China’s Second Century of Humiliation
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