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China Isn’t Hiding the Border Tensions With India From Its Public Anymore
September 16, 2020

China Isn’t Hiding the Border Tensions With India From Its Public Anymore

By Aadil Brar
China has loosened its restrictions on reporting about the border standoff, while still practicing heavy-handed opinion shaping tactics.

China’s Media Influence Has Gone Global. So Has the Pushback.
June 18, 2020

China’s Media Influence Has Gone Global. So Has the Pushback.

By Sarah Cook
Beijing's campaign to control narratives about China the world over is attracting more attention -- and opposition.
What America Can Learn From Chinese Society’s Media Skepticism
May 08, 2020

What America Can Learn From Chinese Society’s Media Skepticism

By Jasmine Chia
Many Americans have almost blind faith in their preferred media sources. Most Chinese have learned not to believe everything they read.

Can Taiwan Benefit From China’s Ouster of US Journalists?
March 31, 2020

Can Taiwan Benefit From China’s Ouster of US Journalists?

By Chauncey Jung
China has turned its back on American journalists. That’s an opportunity for Taiwan to shine.

The Globalization of China’s Media Controls: Key Trends from 2019
January 21, 2020

The Globalization of China’s Media Controls: Key Trends from 2019

By Sarah Cook
The Chinese Communist Party’s international media influence campaign is expanding rapidly—and so is the world’s response.

How China Influences Media in Central and Eastern Europe
November 19, 2019

How China Influences Media in Central and Eastern Europe

By Ivana Karásková
China has successfully planted its narratives on topics like the Hong Kong protests into major news outlets across Central and Eastern Europe.

Lost in Translation: The Hong Kong Government’s Dual Messaging Amid Protests
August 01, 2019

Lost in Translation: The Hong Kong Government’s Dual Messaging Amid Protests

By Kai Yui Samuel Chan and Elizabeth Lui
Why Carrie Lam’s ostensible concession means nothing to Hong Kong activists.
China’s Crisis of Overconfidence
December 18, 2018

China’s Crisis of Overconfidence

By David Bandurski
A culture of inflated praise rapidly becomes corrosive, as China knows only too well from its own history.

The Globalization of China’s Media Controls: Key Trends From 2018
December 15, 2018

The Globalization of China’s Media Controls: Key Trends From 2018

By Sarah Cook
Five key trends in the Chinese Communist Party’s global media campaign.

Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive
October 24, 2018

Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive

By Sarah Cook
The regime’s recent media interventions may have unintended consequences.

What Will the World Give up to Share China's 'Common Destiny'?
February 23, 2018

What Will the World Give up to Share China's 'Common Destiny'?

By David Bandurski
“If we want to know how China proposes governing the world, we need only look at how it governs itself.”
Foreign Journalists in China Say Life Increasingly Harder in 2017
February 03, 2018

Foreign Journalists in China Say Life Increasingly Harder in 2017

By Charlotte Gao
Chinese foreign ministry tells discontented foreign journalists “to do some self-reflection.”

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