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What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?
June 26, 2017

What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?

By Kerry Brown
Of all major liberal, multi-party democracies, Australia may be the most exposed to China.
America's Overhyped Worries About Chinese Money in Hollywood
October 29, 2016

America's Overhyped Worries About Chinese Money in Hollywood

By Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
U.S. authorities should watch, not reject, Chinese investment in the entertainment sector.

'Lovable' Taiwan and Its Soft Power Quest
August 18, 2016

'Lovable' Taiwan and Its Soft Power Quest

By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan's deputy minister of culture speaks with The Diplomat.

Resisting Beijing’s Global Media Influence
December 10, 2015

Resisting Beijing’s Global Media Influence

By Sarah Cook
There is an ongoing Chinese government campaign to promote its views and suppress criticism around the world.

The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power
October 27, 2015

The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power

By Bochen Han
Unlike other Western countries, Britain is eager to welcome China's Confucius Institutes and educational outreach.
China's Confucius Institutes and the Soft War
July 08, 2015

China's Confucius Institutes and the Soft War

By David Volodzko
With the closing of Confucius Institutes, China may be heading for a "soft power" war with the West.

Confucius Institutes – Quo Vadis?
December 21, 2014

Confucius Institutes – Quo Vadis?

By Falk Hartig
Representatives gather in China to discuss the future of the occasionally controversial Confucius Institutes.
American Universities Face a Confucius Institute Dilemma
October 03, 2014

American Universities Face a Confucius Institute Dilemma

By Robert Farley
How should U.S. universities evaluate the value of their Confucius Institutes?

The Undoing of China’s Soft Power
August 08, 2014

The Undoing of China’s Soft Power

By Zhiqun Zhu
Beijing is struggling to effectively direct soft power at its cross-strait neighbor.

Confucius Institutes: Hardly a Threat to Academic Freedoms
March 27, 2014

Confucius Institutes: Hardly a Threat to Academic Freedoms

By Edward A. McCord
There is little evidence to suggest Confucius Institutes on U.S. campuses restrain academic freedoms.

Are US-China Academic Exchanges Worthwhile?
March 01, 2014

Are US-China Academic Exchanges Worthwhile?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Recent criticisms of US-China academic exchange programs miss what these exchanges can do for US-China relations.
Tiger Mothers To Be Celebrated?
May 06, 2011

Tiger Mothers To Be Celebrated?

Chinese-American author Amy Chua’s book has shaken up the image of Asian moms—for good or for bad?

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