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China’s Media Market Competition
December 05, 2017
China’s Media Market Competition
Insights from Kecheng Fang.
China’s Media Market Competition
China's New Media Strategy: The Case of Liu Xiaobo
July 28, 2017
China's New Media Strategy: The Case of Liu Xiaobo
Instead of hushing up issues it finds embarrassing, China is now aggressively manipulating the public discourse.
China's New Media Strategy: The Case of Liu Xiaobo
China’s Media Foothold Expands to the Gulf
April 04, 2017
China’s Media Foothold Expands to the Gulf
USILK, which provides Arabic-language Chinese programming, is just the latest move in China's media expansion.
China’s Media Foothold Expands to the Gulf
Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
December 21, 2016
Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
2016 has been a particularly bad year for non-state controlled media outlets in China.
Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
The Gamble Behind Xi Jinping’s More Restrictive Media Policy
March 09, 2016
The Gamble Behind Xi Jinping’s More Restrictive Media Policy
Xi's quest to control China's media may bring unintended consequences.
The Gamble Behind Xi Jinping’s More Restrictive Media Policy
Xi Jinping Lays Down the Law for China’s Top Military News Outlet
February 10, 2016
Xi Jinping Lays Down the Law for China’s Top Military News Outlet
Among his directives: “The PLA Daily must continue to take ‘Party’ as its surname."
Xi Jinping Lays Down the Law for China’s Top Military News Outlet
China's New Anti-Terrorism Law
December 29, 2015
China's New Anti-Terrorism Law
There's much more to China's anti-terror law than the few sections dealing with tech providers.
China's New Anti-Terrorism Law
Behind the Mask: The Challenge of Reporting on China
December 28, 2015
Behind the Mask: The Challenge of Reporting on China
How media narratives shape perspectives in China and the West.
Behind the Mask: The Challenge of Reporting on China
How to Manufacture a Honeymoon in US-China Relations
October 08, 2015
How to Manufacture a Honeymoon in US-China Relations
A state visit should be about honestly assessing the relationship, not creating the illusion of a honeymoon.
How to Manufacture a Honeymoon in US-China Relations
China Needs Critical Voices
June 11, 2015
China Needs Critical Voices
Why China shouldn't seek to homogenize online and media discourse.
China Needs Critical Voices
US Accuses Chinese Hackers in Latest Data Breach
June 05, 2015
US Accuses Chinese Hackers in Latest Data Breach
Did China hack the OPM? Plus, more on the Yangtze River sinking, Hong Kong, and the Tiananmen anniversary. China links.
US Accuses Chinese Hackers in Latest Data Breach
China’s Global Times Mocks Obama
August 06, 2014
China’s Global Times Mocks Obama
The state-run paper carried an editorial on Tuesday that mocked and taunted the U.S. president.
China’s Global Times Mocks Obama
MH17: China Defends Russia, Criticizes the West
July 24, 2014
MH17: China Defends Russia, Criticizes the West
China's state media has strongly condemned the Western response to MH17, and largely backed Russia.
MH17: China Defends Russia, Criticizes the West
China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)
June 27, 2014
China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)
A Global Times editorial endorses RIMPAC and Sino-U.S. military cooperation, but it isn’t happy about it.
China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
May 02, 2014
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
The early media blackout on the Urumqi bombing is a concrete example of issues raised by press freedom advocates.
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
China's New Avian Flu Has
February 07, 2014
China's New Avian Flu Has "Pandemic Potential"
Plus, Baucus is confirmed, China's gains in innovation, and media training for CCP cadres. Friday China links.
China's New Avian Flu Has "Pandemic Potential"
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