The Case of Guo Wengui: How Anti-China ‘Fake News’ Thrives in the West
By Juan Alberto Ruiz Casado
Unscrupulous individuals who frame themselves as persecuted dissidents can easily deceive a media environment poised to believe any negative story about China.
How to Resist China’s Campaign of Transnational Repression
By Yana Gorokhovskaia and Angeli Datt
Democracies must take urgent action to protect exiled dissidents from the Chinese regime’s cross-border intimidation efforts.
US Alleges ‘Transnational Repression’ Scheme Involving China’s Secret Police
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Department of Justice has accused five individuals of working with China's Ministry of State Security to surveil and harass Chinese dissidents residing in the United States.
China’s Activists Mourn the Loss of Hong Kong’s Glimmer of Hope
By Diana Fu and Sida Liu
Chinese grassroots activists looked to Hong Kong for inspiration. Now Hong Kongers must learn from mainlanders how to confront a paranoid regime.
The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China
By Sarah Cook
The regime’s repressive efforts are increasing, but they are also failing in important ways.
The Cold Reality of Tiananmen at 30
By Christopher K. Colley
The world may care about the anniversary on June 4, but the Chinese public has moved on.
Taiwan Grants Entry to Chinese Asylum Seekers But Questions Surround Its Refugee Policy
By Nick Aspinwall
The two Chinese asylum seekers spent 125 days in limbo, highlighting issues in Taiwan's approach to refugees.
China’s Orphaned Dissidents
By Han "Harry" Chen
Political exiles reckon with a rising China and a lost cause.
China’s Quiet Drive to Normalize Repression
By Arch Puddington
Leaders in Beijing have avoided opprobrium for appalling actions on their behalf.
China's New Media Strategy: The Case of Liu Xiaobo
By Verna Yu
Instead of hushing up issues it finds embarrassing, China is now aggressively manipulating the public discourse.
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
By Benedict Rogers
The best way to honor his memory is to press China to end torture and free other dissidents.
Badiucao: Challenging China With Political Cartoons
By Tyler Roney
How one artist pushes back.