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‘China Day’ in New York: A Case Study in United Front Work
December 02, 2021

‘China Day’ in New York: A Case Study in United Front Work

By Flora Yan
How United Front organizations worked to advance the CCP’s political agenda in the New York State Legislature, especially at a time of strained China-U.S. relations.

What Is the CPPCC Anyway?
March 04, 2021

What Is the CPPCC Anyway?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Your guide to the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, just in time for its annual session in Beijing.
Will Beijing Use Force to End the Hong Kong Protests?
August 15, 2019

Will Beijing Use Force to End the Hong Kong Protests?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Sending in the troops is not unthinkable, but China's government has many other options at its disposal.

Australia Revokes Residency of High-Profile Chinese Businessman
February 07, 2019

Australia Revokes Residency of High-Profile Chinese Businessman

By Rod McGuirk
Huang Xiangmo, a frequent political donor, also saw his application for Australian citizenship officially rejected.

China’s ‘New Type of Party System’: A ‘Multiparty’ System for Foreign Consumption?
August 17, 2018

China’s ‘New Type of Party System’: A ‘Multiparty’ System for Foreign Consumption?

By Julia Bowie and Nathanael Callan
The CCP rebrands China’s political party system for external propaganda.

3 Directives From China's President That Aren't Being Followed
August 21, 2015

3 Directives From China's President That Aren't Being Followed

By Yang Hengjun
What China needs to do to continue to push through with reforms.

China Needs Critical Voices
June 11, 2015

China Needs Critical Voices

By Yang Hengjun
Why China shouldn't seek to homogenize online and media discourse.
Big Vs, New Media, and China's 'United Front'
June 03, 2015

Big Vs, New Media, and China's 'United Front'

By Yang Hengjun
Forming a "united front" shouldn't mean eradicating China's new media voices.

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