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Nov 17, 2016

The world’s rising superpower has a particular vision of ethnicity and nationhood that has implications at home and abroad

Nov 14, 2016

BY JACKIE WOLCOTT AND SANDRA JOLLEY
- 11/14/16 02:25 PM EST

Nov 14, 2016

I would like to share with you a simple but impressive story of a Uyghur lady in exile, who has been fighting with a dragon, the Chinese government, using her broadcasting profession as a weapon. 

Nov 14, 2016

China was the world’s worst abuser of internet freedom in the 2016 Freedom on the Net survey for the second consecutive year. Harsh punishments for expression and a deteriorating legal environment are significantly undermining civil society activism on the internet.

Nov 2, 2016

Driving through the Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu province, in China’s northwest, minarets puncture the sky every few minutes.

Oct 31, 2016

Chaired by Harvard’s Professor Leonard van der Kuijp, this panel unpacks the position of these two minority groups in the contemporary People’s Republic of China

Oct 26, 2016

International terrorism has emerged in recent years as a direct threat to Chinese nationals living overseas. As China's footprint becomes increasingly global its exposure to the risk of terror attacks has increased too.

Chinese President Xi Jinping leaves at the end of the BRICS summit in Goa, India, on Oct. 16. (Manish Swarup/Associated Press)
Oct 25, 2016

On March 14, 2014, Cao Shunli, a Chinese human rights activist, died in a Chinese military hospital after five and a half months in detention, with her body showing clear signs of brutal physical mistreatment. 

Oct 18, 2016

On August 20, Chinese state media published a travel dispatchfrom Sulayman Mountain, a pilgrimage site popular with tourists in Kyrgyzstan’s Osh region.

Oct 17, 2016

Chinese security policy experts use potential threats to BRI projects to highlight the necessity of a globalized security posture.

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