Chinese Communist Party
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When Ofcom cancels CGTN’s license to broadcast in the UK, China’s Foreign Ministry aims both barrels at the BBC. This is going to get worse: it is a metaphor for something much bigger, and the latest nail in Britain’s golden era coffin with China.
The stakes are high for China as WHO teams arrive to investigate the origins of the coronavirus. Beijing has presented a success story to the world — and will not accept any criticism.
The former White House chief strategist’s return signals the intensification of the bare-knuckle methods and messaging that may make the 2016 campaign seem mild by comparison.
We should collaborate where we can with China when our interests are aligned, but trust relations have to work both ways, and right now China is deemed untrustworthy.
How vulnerable is Xi Jinping over coronavirus? In today’s China, there are few to hold him to account.6 min read
China’s leader is facing one of the greatest challenges of his presidency. But the extent of China’s controls almost rule out monumental change – or Xi taking accountability for his mistakes.
Beijing is moving to stamp out the Hong Kong protests – but it may have already lost the city for good.6 min read
The Chinese government has a multi-pronged approach to quell the protests – building support among business elites, putting pressure on companies and ramping up its misinformation campaigns.