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How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force
August 19, 2022

How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force

By Leo Chu
Since Pelosi’s visit, the future of the cross-strait issue has surged toward military conflict, as the Chinese public started to dismiss the possibility of peaceful reunification.

How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?
July 13, 2022

How Did Abe Shinzo Become an Unlikely Subject of Collective Grief in China?

By Ni Tao
The late Japanese prime minister was not popular in China, but some have used his death to emphasize their frustration at being unable to speak freely.
Despite High Ambition, China’s Media Influence Operation Is Far From Successful
May 28, 2022

Despite High Ambition, China’s Media Influence Operation Is Far From Successful

By Zhuoran Li and Gavin Xu
A case study of CGTN reveals how bureaucracy and a flawed incentive structure is holding the state media outlet back from true influence power.

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns
May 18, 2022

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns

By Sarah Cook
Top doctors have been among those silenced for urging a shift away from China's draconian pandemic control strategy.

The CCP’s Ukraine War Propaganda
April 16, 2022

The CCP’s Ukraine War Propaganda

By Sarah Cook
The party-state is using its extensive information control toolbox to artificially amplify its version of Russia’s invasion.

The Great Translation Movement Shines a Spotlight on China’s Propaganda
April 05, 2022

The Great Translation Movement Shines a Spotlight on China’s Propaganda

By Chauncey Jung
A decentralized social media campaign challenges CCP propaganda by revealing its dark narratives to a global audience.

Why Do Many Chinese Sympathize With Russia in the Ukraine Conflict?
March 18, 2022

Why Do Many Chinese Sympathize With Russia in the Ukraine Conflict?

By Wang Wen
Many Chinese believe that Russia faces a real security threat from the United States – and that China will face a similar threat in the future.
Why the US Must Take China’s Disinformation Operations Seriously
January 28, 2022

Why the US Must Take China’s Disinformation Operations Seriously

By Jianli Yang and Nick Monaco
China has barely scratched the surface of its potential to carry out a “people’s war” on global public opinion.

China’s Content Manipulation Reaches New Frontiers
November 16, 2021

China’s Content Manipulation Reaches New Frontiers

By Sarah Cook
Through a combination of industrial scale and technological clout, the CCP is increasing the reach of its influence operations.

Ghost in the Machine: A Faceless, Famous Chinese Blogger Goes Silent
July 23, 2021

Ghost in the Machine: A Faceless, Famous Chinese Blogger Goes Silent

By Jesse Turland
An anonymous Chinese tech and political blogger called “Program-Think” stopped posting in May, and rumors are swirling as to why.

Xinjiang Cotton and the Shift in China’s Censorship Approach
April 29, 2021

Xinjiang Cotton and the Shift in China’s Censorship Approach

By Zoe Jordan
What makes China’s shifting strategy on Xinjiang information management unique is that in addition to traditional approach to censorship, there seems to be a shift to fill the censored silence with noise.
Civil Society and China’s Global Media Footprint
April 12, 2021

Civil Society and China’s Global Media Footprint

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sarah Cook.

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