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Wukan Stirs Again
June 30, 2016

Wukan Stirs Again

By Cal Wong
China's most famous democratically elected official gives a televised confession while constituents protest his arrest.

Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
June 21, 2016

Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?

By Ankit Panda
Wukan, famous for a 2011 uprising, rises up to reclaim its elected local party official. How will this end?
 ‘Chinese Capillary Democracy:’ Can Western Democracies Learn From China?
March 01, 2016

‘Chinese Capillary Democracy:’ Can Western Democracies Learn From China?

By Patrik K. Meyer
Why the Chinese government is by and for the people.

Is Beijing In Danger of Losing 'Hong Kong'?
July 06, 2015

Is Beijing In Danger of Losing 'Hong Kong'?

By Bo Zhiyue
It may be the case that Hong Kong will end up more like Taiwan than Taiwan like Hong Kong.

Time to Bust This Myth: The United States Didn't Modernize China
June 15, 2015

Time to Bust This Myth: The United States Didn't Modernize China

By Dingding Chen
Both countries benefited tremendously from their close economic ties.

As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
October 08, 2014

As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan

By Ankit Panda
The outcome of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution is more likely to resemble Wukan than Tiananmen.

China: Wealth and Democracy
June 10, 2014

China: Wealth and Democracy

By Christopher Ernest Barber
Will Western levels of income mean that China adopts Western models of democracy?
Taiwanese Intelligence Accused of Meddling in Hong Kong
January 07, 2014

Taiwanese Intelligence Accused of Meddling in Hong Kong

By J. Michael Cole
Beijing accused Taiwan of seeking to create “chaos” in the territory to discredit the one country, two systems formula.

The Battle for Democracy in Hong Kong
December 10, 2013

The Battle for Democracy in Hong Kong

By Kerry Brown
Bringing democracy to Hong Kong will help solve its local problems as well as have a positive impact on the mainland.

One Country, Two Systems: Human Rights in Hong Kong
March 12, 2013

One Country, Two Systems: Human Rights in Hong Kong

Beijing has said Hong Kong can directly elect its leaders from 2017. Will they hold to the promise?

The Xinjiang Perspective: Part III
November 08, 2012

The Xinjiang Perspective: Part III

Graham Adams reports from Xinjiang on the discrimination Uyghurs face in the education system.

The Wukan Effect
February 25, 2012

The Wukan Effect

The uprising in Wukan, and the government’s response, appears to have been more the exception than the rule.

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