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Is the CCP About to Rehabilitate the Cultural Revolution?
September 15, 2021

Is the CCP About to Rehabilitate the Cultural Revolution?

By Jesse Turland
The official historical narrative – as defined by Xi Jinping – is set to feature prominently at the CCP plenum in November.

What Do Filipino Maoists Think of China Now?
July 07, 2021

What Do Filipino Maoists Think of China Now?

By Michael Beltran
There’s no love lost between Philippine communists and the Chinese Communist Party.
At 100, Chinese Communist Party in Renewed Drive for Legitimacy
July 02, 2021

At 100, Chinese Communist Party in Renewed Drive for Legitimacy

By Pratik Jakhar
The party has seized upon the anniversary to bolster its appeal through a blend of narratives that incorporate past glories, present successes, and future greatness.

The Present in the Past: 100 Years of the Chinese Communist Party
July 01, 2021

The Present in the Past: 100 Years of the Chinese Communist Party

By Tony Saich
As the CCP celebrates its centennial, how close is the party of Xi Jinping to its founding vision?

At 100 Years Old, China’s Communist Party Still Can’t Get Along with Its Next-Door Neighbors
June 26, 2021

At 100 Years Old, China’s Communist Party Still Can’t Get Along with Its Next-Door Neighbors

By Bonnie Girard
Central Asian governments might be cozy with Beijing, but Central Asian people continue to protest China's rising influence.

The Secret Behind the Chinese Communist Party’s Perseverance
May 26, 2021

The Secret Behind the Chinese Communist Party’s Perseverance

By Bonnie Girard
One of the key factors in the CCP's survival is its insistence on perpetuating its own truth.

China’s Paper Tiger Surveillance State
April 30, 2021

China’s Paper Tiger Surveillance State

By Isabel Ivanescu and Robert Carlson
The CCP's pervasive surveillance apparatus is a sign not of strength, but of fragility.
A Global Campaign of Repression, Made in China
February 05, 2021

A Global Campaign of Repression, Made in China

By Nate Schenkkan and Sarah Cook
The Chinese government is the world’s leading perpetrator of attacks on dissidents abroad.

Grand Gambits: On Empire and Geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific
January 12, 2021

Grand Gambits: On Empire and Geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific

By Abhijnan Rej
A new book delves into imperial legacies – and how they continue to shape the modern world.

China and the World: Can China Lead?
November 06, 2020

China and the World: Can China Lead?

By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with William Kirby on China's ambitions, soft power, and education.

Are Private Chinese Companies Really Private?
September 30, 2020

Are Private Chinese Companies Really Private?

By Stephen Olson
Beijing has been very transparent about its intentions and ambitions when it comes to “private” sector businesses.
Why Is America Dusting off Its Anti-Communist Playbook?
August 25, 2020

Why Is America Dusting off Its Anti-Communist Playbook?

By Jin Kai
Why, at this particular moment, is Washington so persistently intent on fighting China, especially the so-called “evil” communist regime?

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