March 26, 2020
Can China’s COVID-19 Statistics Be Trusted?
By Scott N. Romaniuk and Tobias Burgers
From GDP figures to coronavirus counts, China’s government has a long history of manipulating data for political gain.
March 04, 2020
Is COVID-19 China’s ‘Chernobyl Moment’?
By Liubomir K. Topaloff
There are plenty of differences between Gorbachev’s Soviet Union and Xi’s China. But there are enough similarities that Xi should be worried.
February 14, 2020
China’s Coronavirus Outbreak and Economic Performance: Test for Performance Legitimacy?
By Dingding Chen
What does the Coronavirus outbreak mean for China’s future development?
December 24, 2019
Politics in the Boardroom: The Role of Chinese Communist Party Committees
By Federica Russo
What will the consequences be if Party Committees take up a larger role in pressuring company boards?
December 12, 2019
Smuggling Out the Truth: The Story of the Xinjiang Papers and China Cables
By Ben Lowsen
An unprecedented series of leaks of Chinese internal government documents highlights human rights abuses and possibly a crack in the façade of Xi Jinping’s power in China.
December 06, 2019
Exploring China’s New Narrative on Democracy
By Jo Kim
Amid growing concerns about its governance, China's leadership is attempting to emphasize its own brand of democracy with “Chinese characteristics.”
October 29, 2019
The China-NBA Tempest in a Teacup
By Jansen Tham
The NBA-China spat is just the latest indication of a longstanding (and growing) problem.
October 29, 2019
China’s Communists Hold Key Meeting Amid Rising Challenges
By Associated Press
The fourth plenum kicked off in Beijing on October 28.
October 12, 2019
The NBA, Blizzard, and Beyond: Free Expression, Censorship, and China’s Global Reach
By Ankit Panda
Are we at a tipping point for popular American perceptions of the Chinese Communist Party?
September 24, 2019
Today, Hong Kong. Tomorrow, Taipei
By Michael Sobolik
The United States can’t wait for the next crisis.
September 17, 2019
China's Non-state Universities: What It Takes to Succeed
By Olivia A. Halsall
What happens when a local Chinese tycoon establishes a non-state university with private funds?
September 13, 2019
A Lockdown in Central Beijing
By Bonnie Girard
The Chinese capital locked up tourists and business travelers will little advance notice, all for a parade rehearsal.