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James Mulvenon
China, cyber, intelligence, craft beer and Michigan football (not necessarily in that order). Co-author of Chinese Industrial Espionage.
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FA: Coronavirus and the Future of Surveillance. Democracies Must Offer an Alternative to Authoritarian Solutions via
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New CRS report: "COVID-19: China Medical Supply Chains and Broader Trade Issues"
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Replying to @doumenzi @TaberTooth
I remember traveling on a train hard sleeper class with a friend of mine from Sierra Leone. When he got up to go to the bathroom, the Chinese we had been sitting with watched his backside go down the aisle, turned to me, and asked "Where is his tail?" (他的尾巴在哪里?)
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GT: Luckin scandal 'heavy blow' for US-listed Chinese companies
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GT: Luckin Coffee apologizes for sales fraud, execs involved suspended
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Dmitri Alperovitch Apr 3
Amazing report on (in)security. Sending cryptographic key material through servers in China when none of the call participants reside in China is inexcusable
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James Mulvenon Apr 5
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imightknowchina Apr 4
the more I read this recent People's Daily article from former deputy minister of foreign affairs Fu Ying 傅莹 the more I feel it is a suggestion (read: veiled criticism) at the current external messaging from Beijing
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James Mulvenon Apr 5
Reuter’s: Elon Musk's SpaceX bans Zoom over privacy concerns
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James Mulvenon Apr 5
"Nineteen flights departed Wuhan in January for New York or San Francisco — and the flights were largely full, according to VariFlight." NYT: 430,000 People Have Traveled From China to U.S. Since Coronavirus Surfaced
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James Mulvenon Apr 5
NYT: Coronavirus Strands China’s Students, in a Dilemma for Beijing. The government fears returnees who have been studying abroad could worsen the outbreak. But leaving them hanging risks making the authorities look like they can’t protect people.
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James Mulvenon Apr 5
SCMP: How China’s Fake News Machine is Rewriting the History of COVID-19
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RF Parsley Apr 3
Well, this just happened to me. Foreigners not allowed in because “regulations”. ”听不懂”
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James Mulvenon Apr 4
Replying to @You_Shu_China
Xi in his black dress shoes reminds me of Nixon walking on the beach in his wingtips
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优述/You Shu Apr 4
Han Zheng breaks out his trainers, exits stage left.
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James Mulvenon Apr 4
Move Fast & Roll Your Own Crypto: A Quick Look at the Confidentiality of Zoom Meetings - The Citizen Lab
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James Mulvenon Apr 3
Replying to @SpokespersonCHN
姓党
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Bill Bishop Apr 3
Since xi made clear that key prc/ccp media must “姓党 be surnamed Party” hua undercuts xi, or has not been keeping up w her political study, when she says the criteria for media does not include ideology.
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James Mulvenon Apr 3
Replying to @EBKania
Mine wanted to sleep!
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Alliance for Securing Democracy Apr 3
Beijing’s tactics are becoming increasingly similar to Moscow’s, focusing more on pushing forward the government’s own narratives rather than just censoring others that they disagree with. looks at some of our Hamilton 2.0 findings in .
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