The European Union is facing criticism for agreeing to remove a key paragraph from a joint letter by 27 E.U. ambassadors published in China Daily to mark the 45th anniversary of China-E.U. diplomatic relations. David Brennan...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 29, 2020
The ongoing global pandemic has added significant strain to U.S.-China relations, already highly tense before the emergence of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan late last year. With both Xi Jinping and Donald Trump facing domestic...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 13, 2020
Since the novel coronavirus first erupted in Wuhan in December and then spread around the world, the Chinese government has worked hard to control the narrative, by punishing doctors and others who first shared information about...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 6, 2020
From Narrative Consent to Narrative Warfare: China’s COVID-19 Messaging By Lukas Mejia and Marine Ragnet An official press release by the Chinese embassy in France recently stated that Chinese methods for containing the...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 1, 2020
When the novel coronavirus first began circulating in Wuhan, Chinese authorities were quick to censor news and to punish doctors and others who shared information about the deadly new virus. The government’s obfuscation...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 9, 2020
In their annual report assessing human rights conditions in China in 2019, the Congressional-Executive Commission on China called the detention of Uyghurs in Xinjiang a “crime against humanity,” while also presenting...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 8, 2020
Taiwan’s population is preparing to vote in national presidential and legislative elections on Saturday. At The New York Times, Steven Lee Myers and Chris Horton report on how Chinese aggression has significantly bolstered...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 19, 2019
The Committee to Protect Journalists this week published the report “One Country, One Censor: How China Undermines Media Freedom in Hong Kong and Taiwan,” which examines the two regions as the...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 3, 2019
With the presidential election in Taiwan—a de facto independent nation that the CCP regards as a “renegade province”—just over a month away, there have been many recent reports of Beijing’s attempts to influence...
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