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China

As You Wish

From actions since 2006 taken by American companies and institutions to appease China. Censored music that refers to the Tiananmen Square massacreCanceled a lecture on women’s rightsRemoved an app that…

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Party Fouls

From descriptions of behaviors considered by the Chinese government to be signs of extremism, as compiled in China Story Yearbook: Power, edited by Jane Golley, Linda Jaivin, Paul J. Farrelly,…

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Red Tape

From explanations given by the Chinese government for why certain artists and celebrities are banned from entering or performing in the country. Behaving badly in social lifeAssociating with countercultureUsing profanity…

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What China Threat?

Within about fifteen years, China’s economy will surpass America’s and become the largest in the world. As this moment approaches, meanwhile, a consensus has formed in Washington that China poses…

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Russia and Red China

For the past six years the largest country in the world—with a quarter of the earth’s population—has been a blank space on the map of American foreign policy. For many…

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Look Who’s Talking

From “Human Rights Record of the United States in 2017,” a report published in April by China’s State Council Information Office. On April 20, the State Department of the United…

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Please Clap

From descriptions of audience applause recorded in official transcriptions of speeches by Nicolae Ceausescu. They were included in a blog post published last year by Yuan Ling, a journalist. The…

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Raise the Red Pen

From a list of prohibitions for online media, including video-streaming sites, circulated in June by the China Netcasting Services Association, a state-controlled body that oversees more than 600 media companies.…

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The World Stage

The death of China's most famous political dissident  Read More

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