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2017/07/14 | Wu'er Kaixi

'Murdered but Undefeated' - Wu'er Kaixi Reflects on the Loss of His Friend, Liu Xiaobo

'It is time for the world to ask itself, are we accomplices, do we appease this, or do we stand up against so-called Chinese values?'

2017/10/29 | Hui Feng and Stephen Bell

Expect No Surprises in China's 'New Era' Economic Policy

Stability and redistribution will be the watchwords of the Xi administrations economic policy as China strives to achieve its goal of becoming a "moderately prosperous society" by 2021.

2018/04/27 | The Conversation

ANALYSIS: The Xi Supremacy and Its Impact on Africa

The machinations of China's leadership in Zhongnanhai will be felt from Cairo to Capetown.

2017/04/14 | Kuan Chen

Two Years in Jail for Calling Xi Jinping a ‘Steamed Bun’

It is a dangerous game playing fast and loose with nicknames in China, even with your friends online.

2016/12/11 | Arthur Ding

China's Party-Military Relations After Xi’s Military Reforms

It is very unlikely that the military’s special status in the PRC constitution and CCP charter will be drastically changed in order to ensure greater oversight by relevant agencies of the party and state.

2017/03/24 | Baogang He

What is the Official Chinese Take on Trump?

There may exist a diverse range of Chinese opinions but only one really matters.

2017/07/20 | Fengshi Wu

Bumpy Road Ahead: Living with China's New NGO Laws

The full implementation and revision of the new law will take time, and the process will not be smooth, writes Fengshi Wu.

2018/04/30 | Sumit Kumar

Indian Prime Minister Modi's China Summit Explained

The informal summit meeting between Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping arrested a decline in bilateral ties but should serve as a floor for a more comprehensive framework to resolve disputes.

2020/07/29 | Voice of America

Expelled From China’s Communist Party, Tycoon Ren Zhiqiang Faces Criminal Prosecution

Disappeared for calling China’s authoritarian leader Xi Jinping a “clown,” Chinese property tycoon Ren Zhiqiang has been kicked out of the Communist Party.

2017/03/25 | John J. Stremlau

Africa Offers a Point of Cooperation for Xi and Trump

Xi and Trump should explore trilateral cooperation with African governments since both parties have extensive and often complementary interests in the continent.

2021/09/23 | Deutsche Welle

Climate Change: China to Exit Coal-Fired Power Abroad

Beijing is to end support for overseas coal-fired power projects and plans to up investment in low-carbon energy. It’s big news ahead of the November climate summit, but private investors need to follow suit.

2017/01/16 | Johan van de Ven

Why China Is Wooing Southeast Asia’s New Strongman

Improved government relations with fiery Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte are key to securing dominance in the South China Sea.

2020/07/13 | The Interpreter

The Semiconductor Industry Is Where Politics Gets Real for Taiwan

These tiny semiconductor chips, accounting for 15% of Taiwan's GDP, can profoundly change the world as the U.S. and China fight over the brains of electronics.

2016/08/13 | Sally Xiaojin Chen

Xi Ramps Up Crackdown on Chinese Media – Online and Off

With the CCP’s confidence growing and its control getting ever more assertive, there is no telling just how far President Xi will go.

2016/08/06 | Kerry Brown

President Xi Jinping: A Four-Year Report Card

'Xi's second term will need to be about the positives, not the negatives. If he fails to deliver, he might face a public response which will make the democratic route to vengeance – through the ballot box – look very mild in comparison.'

2017/05/05 | The Japan Times

Real Estate Billionaire Exposes Beijing’s Dilemma

Beijing must do all it can to eliminate Guo as a threat, but doing so validates charges that the anti-corruption campaign is as much a tool to eliminate political opposition as it is an effort to clean up the Chinese Communist Party.