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The World Is Falling for China’s Hong Kong Trap
July 18, 2020

The World Is Falling for China’s Hong Kong Trap

By Andrei Lungu
With the national security law, the CCP created for itself the perfect opportunity to pit China against “foreign hostile forces.”

The World Is Awakening to China’s Sharp Power
June 23, 2020

The World Is Awakening to China’s Sharp Power

By Simon Shen
China's sharp power first began to be displayed in Hong Kong. Now it is seen all over the world.
The Chinese People Step up to Enforce China’s Nationalist Propaganda
May 05, 2020

The Chinese People Step up to Enforce China’s Nationalist Propaganda

By Jo Kim
Other countries need to take hyper-nationalistic rhetoric seriously, as it is both a top-down and bottom-up phenomenon.  

China’s Digital Cultural Revolution
April 29, 2020

China’s Digital Cultural Revolution

By Johanna M. Costigan and Xu Xin
Hyper-nationalist online attacks, like the campaign against Fang Fang, have disturbing parallels to the Mao era.

Why Some of China’s Most Ardent Nationalists Are Fangirls
April 17, 2020

Why Some of China’s Most Ardent Nationalists Are Fangirls

By Xu Xin
The latest Twitter war, centering on a Thai idol named Bright, reveals a curious trend in Chinese nationalism.

Xenophobia, Patriarchy, and China’s Immigration Problem
March 13, 2020

Xenophobia, Patriarchy, and China’s Immigration Problem

By Jo Kim
The patriarchal aspect of China’s nationalism is an intractable problem.

China’s Proposed Immigration Changes Spark Xenophobic Backlash Online
March 05, 2020

China’s Proposed Immigration Changes Spark Xenophobic Backlash Online

By Chauncey Jung
Beijing is facing the consequences of its own nationalist propaganda strategy.
Sister-City Relations and Identity Politics: The Case of Prague, Beijing, Taipei, and Shanghai
February 25, 2020

Sister-City Relations and Identity Politics: The Case of Prague, Beijing, Taipei, and Shanghai

By Matej Šimalčík and Adam Kalivoda
Shanghai’s cancellation of its partnership with Prague reveals how normally apolitical relations are increasingly tainted by identity politics.

When ‘Chinese People’s Feelings’ are the Only Feelings That Matter
December 10, 2019

When ‘Chinese People’s Feelings’ are the Only Feelings That Matter

By Jo Kim
The downside of China’s nationalist campaign is looming ever-larger.

How China Is Polarized by America
August 22, 2018

How China Is Polarized by America

By Xie Tao
Chinese elites are sharply divided in their thinking on the trade war — and China-U.S. relations in general.

Can China's Great Show of Unity Last?
March 28, 2018

Can China's Great Show of Unity Last?

By Kerry Brown
The CCP is moving full steam ahead toward its 100th anniversary. But what happens after 2021?
China's Cyber Militias
March 01, 2018

China's Cyber Militias

By Nicholas Lyall
China's cyber power is in the grip of dual trends: pluralism and centralization.

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