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How China Exports Repression to Africa
February 23, 2019

How China Exports Repression to Africa

By Samuel Woodhams
China’s “techno-dystopian expansionism” is undermining democracy in African countries.

China's Cybersecurity Law: What You Need to Know
June 01, 2017

China's Cybersecurity Law: What You Need to Know

By Jack Wagner
The law, which comes into effect June 1, raises data protection concerns for foreign firms.
China Cyber: Stepping Into the Shoes of a 'Major Power'
December 13, 2016

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.

Decoding China’s Approach to Data Security
December 10, 2016

Decoding China’s Approach to Data Security

By Nick Marro
With its restrictions on cross-border data movement, China is fracturing the global internet.

What Does China's New Cybersecurity Law Mean for Chinese Internet Companies?
November 10, 2016

What Does China's New Cybersecurity Law Mean for Chinese Internet Companies?

By Lotus Ruan
New responsibilities for tech companies will make it hard for smaller firms to survive.

China Brings Push for Cyber Sovereignty to the UN
December 19, 2015

China Brings Push for Cyber Sovereignty to the UN

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, links on the Moranbong Band, the Taiwan arms sale, and the South China Sea. Your weekly China news roundup.

China Vows No Compromise on 'Cyber Sovereignty'
December 16, 2015

China Vows No Compromise on 'Cyber Sovereignty'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi Jinping doubles down on the controversial concept at the 2nd World Internet Conference.
China to Codify Internet Control Measures
July 16, 2015

China to Codify Internet Control Measures

By Jennifer Zhang
Beijing hopes to make cyberspace “safe and harmonious” territory.

Chinese Military Declares the Internet an Ideological ‘Battleground’
May 21, 2015

Chinese Military Declares the Internet an Ideological ‘Battleground’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Could the PLA's idea of an online "ideological struggle" lead to a cyber war?

Have China and Russia Agreed Not to Attack Each Other in Cyberspace?
May 20, 2015

Have China and Russia Agreed Not to Attack Each Other in Cyberspace?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Probably not, as one expert recently told The Diplomat.

VPNs: The China-US Proxy War
January 29, 2015

VPNs: The China-US Proxy War

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's crackdown on virtual private networks is one battle in the larger war for control over the global internet.
The World’s Most Popular Leader: China’s President Xi
December 20, 2014

The World’s Most Popular Leader: China’s President Xi

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China's internet tsar, Chinese students in the U.S., and a crackdown on journalists Friday China links.

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