China’s Information Problems Are Only Getting Worse
By Eduardo Jaramillo
Xi’s insistence on personal loyalty risks a climate of sycophancy and rigid unanimity in the ranks of China’s top leaders.
Xinjiang Cotton and the Shift in China’s Censorship Approach
By Zoe Jordan
What makes China’s shifting strategy on Xinjiang information management unique is that in addition to traditional approach to censorship, there seems to be a shift to fill the censored silence with noise.
Welcome to the New Era of Chinese Government Disinformation
By Sarah Cook
The coronavirus fallout is hastening Beijing’s shift toward covert, Russian-style tactics.
China’s Coronavirus Information Warfare
By Valérie Niquet
Beijing has embarked on a desperate information war in an attempt to revive its global image amid the pandemic.
Tiananmen Square Anniversary: A War of Memory and Oblivion
By DD Wu
While some people tried to commemorate June 4, the Chinese authorities updated censorship techniques.
Want to Be Chief Editor in China? Better Have A Chinese Passport.
By DD Wu
China issues new rules on managing online information, further regulating its already highly-censored internet.