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.
The US Should Ban China’s State Media From Social Platforms
By David L. Sloss
U.S. companies – including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter – are subsidizing Chinese and Russian information warfare by providing free electronic amplification services.
Countering China’s Forced Confessions
By Peter Humphrey
Peter Humphrey was a victim of China’s practice of airing forced confessions on state television – and he’s fighting back.