China’s Three-Pronged Play for Global Leadership China’s Three-Pronged Play for Global Leadership
China's Three-Pronged Play for Global Leadership
April 17, 2018
By Minxin Pei Since Mao Zedong’s death, the foreign policy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has served mainly as a tool to support the country’s economic development. Since 2008, however, the PRC’s foreign policy has changed dramatically. At first, the shift toward assertiveness was subtle. Y ...
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How Should Democracies Respond to China’s Authoritarian Challenge? How Should Democracies Respond to China’s Authoritarian Challenge?
How Should Democracies Respond to China’s Authoritarian Challenge?
April 10, 2018
By Shanthi Kalathil With the advent of the Internet, many originally thought the Chinese government would find it impossible to control the political impact of communication within its borders. However, the Internet has not only spread but flourished within China, all while the Chinese government ha ...
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The Lie Is Not the Story: Practicing Journalism in the Disinformation Age The Lie Is Not the Story: Practicing Journalism in the Disinformation Age
The Lie Is Not the Story: Practicing Journalism in the Disinformation Age
April 5, 2018
By Dean Jackson In April 2015, Russian media reported that a ten-year-old girl was killed by Ukrainian artillery shelling in the country’s Petrovsky region. Journalists on the scene rushed to confirm her death, a tragic casualty of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. They interviewed town ...
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Will China’s Media Influence African Democracies? Will China’s Media Influence African Democracies?
Will China's Media Influence African Democracies?
April 2, 2018
By Emeka Umejei Daya Thussu, a leading media studies scholar, has described the flow of media between countries hitherto on the margins of the global information society as a contra-flow of global media. Part of this contra-flow—the expansion of transnational media corporations from the global South ...
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