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August 01, 2019

Lost in Translation: The Hong Kong Government’s Dual Messaging Amid Protests

By Kai Yui Samuel Chan and Elizabeth Lui
Why Carrie Lam’s ostensible concession means nothing to Hong Kong activists.

June 14, 2019

The Dangerous Reprise of Chinese Korean War Propaganda

By Andrew Kuech
Why are symbols from the “Resist America, Aid Korea” campaign making a comeback nearly 70 years later?
April 26, 2019

The Chinese Communist Party’s Latest Propaganda Target: Young Minds

By Sarah Cook
Indoctrination, censorship, and surveillance are robbing a generation of their right to free thought.

October 24, 2018

Amid US-China Tension, Beijing’s Propaganda Machine Kicks Into Overdrive

By Sarah Cook
The regime’s recent media interventions may have unintended consequences.

October 05, 2018

Red Scarves and Iowa Newspapers: China’s Propaganda in Action

By Bonnie Girard
Chinese domestic media mechanisms falter in the international arena.

August 10, 2018

Can China Fix Its Propaganda Problem?

By Charlotte Gao
As long as China’s “iron fist” policy and fierce censorship continue, propaganda cannot help China's image.
August 07, 2018

China Reshuffles Its Censorship Chiefs

By Charlotte Gao
China announces its new internet czar, after former cyber chief Lu Wei was officially charged with bribery.

February 27, 2018

How to Respond to Beijing’s Growing Influence Abroad

By Sarah Cook
The events of the past month suggest several ways to counter antidemocratic pressure from China’s government.

February 14, 2018

China’s United Front Work: Propaganda as Policy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Gerald Groot.

January 13, 2018

China’s Hybrid Warfare and Taiwan

By Ying Yu Lin
How China could use “fake news” and digital warfare in its preparations for engagement with Taiwan.

December 09, 2017

The CCP Plants the China Dream Abroad

By David Gitter
“The CCP’s arms of influence are targeting foreign societies in ways that have seldom been fully considered.”
November 04, 2017

China’s Party Congress Hints at Media Strategy for a ‘New Era’

By Sarah Cook
China stresses party dominance, innovative propaganda, cultural influence, and globalization of its governance model.

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