The Chinese Communist Party’s Ride-or-Die Moment
By Tyler Roylance
At its upcoming congress, the party will triple down on a leader whose policies are proving increasingly self-defeating.
Can the Coronavirus Strengthen China’s Authoritarian Regime?
By Tobias Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
How the Chinese Communist Party is using the health scare to advance its control over Chinese society.
China’s Social Control Mechanisms on Full Display Amid Coronavirus Epidemic
By Dake Kang
People with ties to Wuhan are being tracked, quarantined, and even outed on social media.
Xinjiang and the Stability Paradox
By Stefanie Kam
China's crackdown in Xinjiang might be more about impressing the Han than responding to a Uyghur threat.
China's Flawed Model for Peace
By Manoj Kewalramani
Xi promised to provide “Chinese solutions” to world problems, but its strategy for managing conflict has serious flaws.
China’s Grim Christmas Ritual: Imprisoning Dissidents
By Thomas E. Kellogg
Xie Yang was the latest activist to be sentenced during the Christmas holiday season.
China's Oppression, Inc.
By David Dawson
Resistance to removing birth limitations demonstrates the financial motives for oppressive policies in China.
To Defeat America, China Must Respect Human Rights
By Yang Hengjun
China's best path to facing its domestic and foreign challenges is to grant its people greater freedom.