How China’s Propaganda Infiltrated Radio Stations in Europe
By Ivana Karásková
State-owned China Radio International is airing its content without attribution on commercial radio stations in Europe.
China, the US, and a Tale of 2 Professors
By Hemant Adlakha
While a U.S. professor receives positive press for challenging the “anti-China” mindset, a Chinese expert gets smeared for being too “pro-U.S.”
China’s Changing Disinformation and Propaganda Targeting Taiwan
By Kenddrick Chan and Mariah Thornton
Since early August, evidence has emerged of a new type of CCP influence operation that sharply diverges away from traditional messaging and tactics.
How China Set Its Response to COVID-19 From Crisis to Opportunity
By Flavia Lucenti
The response to COVID-19 contrasts with the CCP’s reaction to previous health crises, when the approach was to downplay the extent of the virus.
The CCP’s Ukraine War Propaganda
By Sarah Cook
The party-state is using its extensive information control toolbox to artificially amplify its version of Russia’s invasion.
The Great Translation Movement Shines a Spotlight on China’s Propaganda
By Chauncey Jung
A decentralized social media campaign challenges CCP propaganda by revealing its dark narratives to a global audience.
India Joins Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics
By Sudha Ramachandran
China's inclusion in the Olympic torch relay of a PLA commander who participated in the assault on Indian soldiers at Galwan Valley in June 2020 prompted the Indian move.
Badiucao Explains How China Exports Its Propaganda and Censorship to the West
By Gian Luca Atzori
A dialogue with “the Chinese Banksy.”
China’s ‘Common Prosperity’: The Maoism of Xi Jinping
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ming Xia.
CCP Martyrs ‘Still Youthful’ in New Film
By Jesse Turland
The film “1921” seeks to challenge the perception of the Chinese Communist Party as dominated by old men.
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.
China Celebrates 100 Years of the CCP
By Shannon Tiezzi
100 years of the party’s existence, 72 years of its rule – and about 40 years actually worth celebrating.