A Global Campaign of Repression, Made in China
By Nate Schenkkan and Sarah Cook
The Chinese government is the world’s leading perpetrator of attacks on dissidents abroad.
Chinese Government-Paid Scientists Plead Guilty to Stealing Research From an American Children’s Hospital
By Bonnie Girard
The same week, hundreds of NGOs urged the U.S. attorney general to designate the Chinese Communist Party a “transnational criminal organization.”
The Latest Target of China’s Nationalistic Backlash: Chinese Returnees
By Chauncey Jung
Chinese nationalists are mobilizing hate against fellow citizens returning from abroad. The government seems content to sit back and watch.
Fresh Kidnappings of Chinese Nationals in Nigeria
By Eleanor Albert
The latest kidnappings highlight security risks for Chinese expatriates in Nigeria. But so far, that hasn't slowed Chinese investment.
China’s United Front Work: Propaganda as Policy
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Gerald Groot.
The Chinese Students Who Come to South Korea
By Bryan Betts
Life as an undergrad in South Korea is difficult, but it’s still a popular choice for young Chinese.
Are There Chinese Hitmen in the Kingdom of Tonga?
By Cleo Paskal
Remarks from Tonga's prime minister make public an open secret about crime in the Chinese community.
What Can India and China Learn From Each Other About Diaspora Policy?
By Rachel Brown
China and India have massive overseas diasporas. How do they strategically leverage this important resource?
Is China Ready for a Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe?
By Samuel Ramani
The strong relationship has soured in recent months thanks to controversial policies from Zimbabwe's leader.
Chinese-Americans (and Chinese) Defend Peter Liang
By David Volodzko
How the Chinese-American community coalesced to defend a police officer convicted of manslaughter.
Courting Asia: China’s Maritime Silk Route vs America’s Pivot
By Yukon Huang
Could the revitalization of an ancient trade route help ameliorate territorial disputes?
Overseas Chinese and the Crimea Crisis
By Zachary Keck
Russia's annexation of Crimea could embolden China to intervene in Southeast Asia and Russia's Far East.