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How China Wins Friends and Influences People
June 27, 2018

How China Wins Friends and Influences People

By Shannon Tiezzi
A new study from AidData attempts to quantify China's public diplomacy efforts in East Asia.

China’s United Front Work: Propaganda as Policy
February 14, 2018

China’s United Front Work: Propaganda as Policy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Gerald Groot.
China Plays Up ASEAN Confucius Institute Presence With Laos Project
October 06, 2017

China Plays Up ASEAN Confucius Institute Presence With Laos Project

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new project spotlights Beijing’s use of these institutions within broader ASEAN-China ties.

Tajikistan Takes Up Chinese
May 23, 2017

Tajikistan Takes Up Chinese

By Katherine Long
Chinese classes are on the rise, but still not a priority for Tajik students.

China-Nigeria Relations: A Success Story for Beijing's Soft Power
July 12, 2016

China-Nigeria Relations: A Success Story for Beijing's Soft Power

By Samuel Ramani
According to one survey, Nigeria has the world's most positive view of China.

China's Soft Power Obsession
April 14, 2015

China's Soft Power Obsession

By Xie Tao
China needs to rethink its quest for soft power.

Confucius Institutes Sail on Despite Pushback
October 01, 2014

Confucius Institutes Sail on Despite Pushback

By Han Zhang
Chinese officials seek to minimize a row with U.S. universities.
The Future of China's Confucius Institutes
September 30, 2014

The Future of China's Confucius Institutes

By Shannon Tiezzi
As Western universities drag their feet, the future of China’s soft power push might be in the developing world.

Beijing's Public Diplomacy Challenge
December 19, 2013

Beijing's Public Diplomacy Challenge

By Arthur Guschin
China’s efforts at public diplomacy have produced mixed results on the world stage.

Vietnam’s Confucius Institute Distraction
November 24, 2013

Vietnam’s Confucius Institute Distraction

The controversy in Vietnam over China’s establishment of a Confucius Institute is misplaced, argues one blogger.

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