The State Security Law is the latest step in the repurposing of Hong Kong’s system of governance and policing.
A contribution to the latest ChinaFile conversation on the State Security Law for Hong Kong.
Interview with Alex Joske on his new report on the united front system and CCP influence abroad.
The CCP’s strategy of preemptive defense of its core values at transnational scale is a fundamental institutional characteristic of the party-state.
The doyen of China’s democracy movement on how the world has changed since his release from prison two decades ago.
In contrast with efforts at quiet diplomacy, some relatives of victims of the CCP’s crackdown in Xinjiang believe that it’s actually public attention that can help.
Countries that care about human rights should oppose China’s tabled resolution when the Council resumes in mid-June.
The past is over, and the future’s not what it used to be.
A contribution to the latest ChinaFile Conversation.
Policy brief presented at the conference “Beyond Huawei: Europe’s adoption of PRC technology and its implications”, organised by Sinopsis.