UK Intelligence Agency Targets China’s United Front
By Duncan Bartlett
Spymasters in the U.K. and other countries are going public in their push against CCP influence.
The 3 Pillars of Chinese Foreign Policy: The State, the Party, the People
By Connor Fiddler
China’s foreign policy apparatus is much more than just the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
China’s Influence Operations Hurt Chances for Real Engagement
By Chi Wang
Can any organization, regardless of how transparent they are, fully dispel the doubts caused by the actions of the United Front Work Department?
New York City Police Officer of Tibetan Origin Charged With Acting as ‘Illegal Agent’ of China
By Abhijnan Rej
The arrest of Baimadajie Angwang demonstrates the breadth of China’s United Front toolkit.
How China’s ‘United Front’ Endangers Ethnic Chinese Abroad
By Chauncey Jung
Amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s United Front Work Department is putting the Chinese diaspora in greater danger.
China-Finland: Beijing’s ‘Model Relationship’ in Europe?
By Matti Puranen
Even as Helsinki remains largely passive, China’s influencing activities in Finland draw increasing attention.
Fifth Column Fears: The Chinese Influence Campaign in the United States
By Eric Chan
The growing reach of PRC influence operations present a special challenge for Asian-Americans.
China’s Influence Operations in Asia: Minding the Open Door Challenge
By Prashanth Parameswaran
While attention to Beijing’s conduct is important, addressing the permissive conditions that create an enabling environment for its activities should remain front and center.