October 02, 2019
What Is the Belt and Road News Network?
By Eleanor Albert
A centralized source for BRI information would be welcome, but BRNN may blur the line between data and party-state talking points.
February 16, 2018
Chinese Media Misrepresents Top China Scholar
By Adam Ni
An article by Bates Gill for The Diplomat got purposefully lost in translation.
October 06, 2017
The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
By David Gitter
The CCP is surprisingly candid about its goals, intentions, and activities in Chinese language publications.
August 10, 2017
Fake News: Chinese National Media on the Doklam Standoff
By Charlotte Gao
Some among China’s national media are trying to distort information and mislead Chinese nationals.
May 12, 2017
Chinese State Media: Belt and Road Forum All About Xi Jinping
By DD Wu
The Chinese state media’s focus is more on Chinese president rather than on the Forum itself
August 17, 2015
Is Xi Sending an Ultimatum to Former President Jiang Zemin?
By Bo Zhiyue
What to make of an unusual article in the People's Daily.
June 24, 2014
China's 'Sovereign Internet'
By Shannon Tiezzi
China is increasingly seeking not just domestic but international influence over cyberspace.
May 02, 2014
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
By Shannon Tiezzi
The early media blackout on the Urumqi bombing is a concrete example of issues raised by press freedom advocates.
March 18, 2014
Change and Control in China's Media: Interview With David Bandurski
By Tyler Roney
The Diplomat speaks with China Media Project's David Bandurski about the recent past and future of Chinese media.
January 07, 2014
Blue Means Blue: China’s Naval Ambitions
By Henry Holst
Numerous articles in Chinese state media suggest it has an ambitious agenda for its navy.
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.
August 08, 2013
Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again
A number of media outlets in China fell for a joke story in the New Yorker. It wasn’t the first time.