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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.

China’s Political Culture: Assessing ‘Xi Jinping Thought’
November 28, 2017

China’s Political Culture: Assessing ‘Xi Jinping Thought’

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Chongyi Feng.
What a University of Maryland Commencement Speech Reveals About China
June 12, 2017

What a University of Maryland Commencement Speech Reveals About China

By Zheng Wang
And it's not what you think.

China's Millennials: Consumer Superpower
May 18, 2017

China's Millennials: Consumer Superpower

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Helen Wang.

Why Are Chinese Tourists So Badly Behaved?
October 05, 2016

Why Are Chinese Tourists So Badly Behaved?

By David Volodzko
Narratives of exceptionalism and nationalism are crucial ingredients in making an "ugly Chinese" tourist.

The South China Sea Case and China's New Nationalism
July 19, 2016

The South China Sea Case and China's New Nationalism

By Luo Xi
Putting Chinese nationalism in historical context.
Chinese Diplomacy in the 21st Century
July 04, 2016

Chinese Diplomacy in the 21st Century

By Young China Watchers
Thomas Fingar on China's foreign policy decisions.

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