The South China Morning Post has shared an English-subtitled version of an ultra-nationalistic...
by alicebirney | Mar 10, 2011
These are fascinating times, as the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East might well be the beginning of a “Fourth Wave” of Democracy. Christian Göbel blogs for Barha, A Nordic Asia Research Community in...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 14, 2011
In the Atlantic, Howard French, former Shanghai bureau chief for the New York Times, writes that the recent revolution in Egypt has “shaken up the conventional wisdom” about China and about the “unfolding...
by alicebirney | Dec 7, 2010
The empty chair at the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony in Oslo on Dec. 10 will no doubt be a cause for Western politicians and commentators to again condemn China’s authoritarian regime. Please read the article in The New York...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 27, 2009
The Washington Post looks at the Chinese reaction online, and from government censors, toward recent protests in Iran: In China, political commentators tinted their blogs and Twitters green to show their support for Iranians...
by Xiao Qiang | May 14, 2008
Jeffrey N Wasserstrom writes on the opendemocracy.net: A dramatic but largely unacknowledged shift has recently taken place in how the past is understood in China. One way to think about this Chinese transformation is to see it...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 10, 2006
by Sophie Beach | Oct 29, 2005
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