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The Diplomat

  1. Open Society Foundations Closes Down Kyrgyzstan Operation

    In announcing the closure of Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan, the Open Society Foundations cited the new “foreign representatives” law.
  2. How American Exceptionalism Gave Rise to the China Threat Theory

    China, a legitimate contender to the U.S.-led world order, fundamentally challenges the doctrine of American exceptionalism – the basic tenet of U.S. national identity.
  3. German Chancellor Presses China on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

    During his meeting with Xi Jinping, Chancellor Olaf Scholz called for China to apply greater pressure on its close strategic partner to resolve the conflict.
  4. Reciprocal Access: How to Deal with TikTok and Other Chinese Apps Fairly and Democratically

    Liberal democracies should restrict TikTok and other Chinese apps until China allows foreign platforms equal and fair access to the Chinese digital market.
  5. India-South Korea-US Trilateral Technology Cooperation

    New developments mark a turning point for the India-South Korea special strategic partnership.

South China Morning Post

  1. Officials promote China-led cyber governance to Belt and Road members during the Digital Silk Road forum in Xian

    Officials touted China5139;s progress in strengthening digital development initiatives for BRI members, calling for countries to work together and 5138;oppose technological blockades5139;.
  2. Chinese police arrest over 1,500 for online rumours in campaign targeting influencers, bloggers and live-streamers

    China shuts down 63,000 illegal accounts in crackdown on social media posts with false information about hot-button issues such as pandemic and disasters.
  3. China reveals it executed scientist for spying in 2016 in documentary about 5138;shocking5139; cases

    Programme broadcast on state television discloses new details, punishments from espionage crimes that rocked the country.
  4. From China to India, how deepfakes are reshaping Asian politics

    Experts say the rise of deepfake technology may pose a significant threat to democracy in 2024, with major elections happening in India and the US.
  5. Chinese spy agency says foreign agents targeting rare earth and food technology sectors

    Report on state broadcaster CCTV says last year two people working in the rare earths sector were jailed for 11 years or more for stealing state secrets.

The China Project

  1. The China Project

    From 2016 to 2023, we published an extraordinary range of China-focused articles, podcasts, interviews, and videos. Here are a few highlights.
  2. Taipei Pride celebrates queer diversity despite its challenges

    Asia’s LGBT capital ended its pride week with a hugely successful parade. The movement faces its challenges though.
  3. American innkeeper in rural China keeps a light on for guests

    Brian Linden and his wife Jeanee invested their life savings in building a business in rural China decades ago. The legacy and future of their work are uncertain amid shaky U.S.-China relations.
  4. Some sad news

    We have to shut down. This is why.
  5. With mines, ports, and factories, China is set to dominate Latin America’s electric vehicle industry

    The region has some of the largest mineral reserves for this industry, including copper and lithium. Chinese companies also see opportunities in the local vehicle market.

The Guardian