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Our latest from the China in the World Podcast-
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Natalia Cote-Muñoz 柯曼雅 Jan 16
Dr. Shoujun Cui’s commentary is finally up in this conversation: “As Latin American countries are facing uncertainty prompted by U.S. policy, China’s reassurance of continuous engagement resonates with the region’s quest to attract investment and promote trade.”
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Shen Lu 沈璐 Jan 15
"The authorities are aware that a touch of liberty is often better than a boot in the face to keep people in line." and on the complicated reality of censorship in China:
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Asia Society Jan 14
Researchers have estimated that the Chinese government is detaining one million people in Xinjiang’s camps. But where does this figure come from, and how is it formulated? 's Jessica Batke explains:
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ChinaFile Jan 14
An argument for "untying" the American economy from China's from and
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ChinaFile Jan 14
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Recently on ChinaFile: China's far-side-of-the-moon landing; reaching the estimate of 1 million people detained in Xinjiang; 40 years after the normalization of US-China relations; & more... -
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Maura Cunningham 马丽娜 Jan 8
"We all want to go in the mosque! But if we do, they will take us to prison." 's haunting observations from a summer 2018 research trip to Xinjiang.
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Jeff Wasserstrom Jan 11
And an image go with the post for by Geremie Barmé I just tweeted about...
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ASPI Jan 11
Can Hong Kong maintain its autonomy and status as an international financial center while navigating challenges from Beijing? Find out as ASPI's talks with Dennis Kwok of HK Legislative Council in our latest Asia Inside Out Podcast.
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Asia Society Jan 11
In the absence of officially reported numbers, researchers have estimated one million as a common estimate of the people the Chinese government is detaining in Xinjiang’s camps. But where does this figure come from? 's Jessica Batke explains:
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Yangyang Cheng Jan 11
My take on China's latest lunar mission : since times of the Grand Scribe at the imperial court, astronomy & space science in China have been developed through the state & for the state; can we imagine a shared future in space beyond geopolitics?
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Geremie Barmé on listening to Pink Floyd with Liu Binyan-
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Jerome Cohen 孔傑榮(柯恩) Jan 10
In light of the 40th anniversary of the normalization of US-China relations, many are reflecting if the US made the right decision 40 years ago. As an advocate for and participant in the process of normalization, I offer my thoughts here via
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M. Taylor Fravel Jan 9
Where Did the One Million Figure for Detentions in Xinjiang’s Camps Come From?
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Kenneth Roth Jan 9
The estimate that China is detaining upwards of one million Uighur Muslims wasn't pulled out of the air but, in the absence of any official Chinese figures, was extrapolated from on-the-ground surveys of percentages of the Uighur population detained.
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Nick Holdstock Jan 9
In discussions about Xinjiang over the years there have been some pretty wild numbers thrown about - but this piece explains why one of the worst numbers - around a million people being arbitrarily and unlawfully detained - is credible.
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Bill Bishop Jan 9
US-China talks end; Shaanxi Corruption focus; CCDI plenum; 4th Plenum rumors - today's Sinocism
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