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Which Countries Support the New Hong Kong National Security Law?
By Eleanor Albert
China rallied 53 countries to back the controversial law amid strong opposition from other governments.
China’s Approach to Global Governance
By Yanzhong Huang and Joshua Kurlantzick
China’s strategy brings some positives for the world, but poses the dangerous risk of a global governance divide.
It’s Time to Stop the Chinese Communist Party’s Shadow Campaign for Power at the United Nations
By Michael McCaul
The CCP poses a significant long-term national security and economic threat to the U.S. and our allies.
How China Is Remaking the UN In Its Own Image
By Tung Cheng-Chia and Alan H. Yang
China’s attempts to make the UN a tool for achieving its hegemonic ambition could end up destroying the body from within.
China Appointed to Influential UN Human Rights Council Panel
By Eleanor Albert
Given China's own rights record, the appointment has sparked concern about the future of the UN's human rights agenda.
Rival Camps Clash Over Xinjiang at UN Committee Session
By Shannon Tiezzi
Once again, the Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is the site of dueling narratives on the Xinjiang crackdown.
China Wants More Chinese to Work in International Organizations
By Wei Liu
China is revamping its human resource deployment to organizations like the UN.
China Takes the Lead in UN Peacekeeping
By Logan Pauley
As the U.S. backs away, China is stepping up investment in UN peacekeeping operations.
Why Did Nehru Want the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations?
By Nabarun Roy
What history tells us about India’s support for the PRC in the 1950s.
China’s Trojan Horse Human Rights Resolution
By Miloon Kothari
A China-backed UN resolution on “mutually beneficial cooperation” might not be all it seems.
Are China-India Relations Really Improving?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Though both sides continue to try to stabilize relations, complications are expected to continue.