China: Dinamici. Tendințe – doc

Killing Hong Kong’s Free Press Will Harm Its Economy – FP, 4.05
Beijing is betting expats will flock to the city despite China’s draconian media crackdown—but they could vote with their feet. By Suzanne Nossel, the CEO of PEN America

China and Russia Turn Deeper Ties into a Military Challenge for Biden – FP, 20.04
“You face a two-front war where we don’t have a two front military,” said one former Trump official. By Jack Detsch, Amy Mackinnon

China’s Crackdown on Islam Brings Back Memories of 1975 Massacre – FP, 12.04
Islamophobia has spread far beyond the persecuted Uyghur minority. By Matthew Chitwood

Yes, You Can Use the T-Word to Describe China – FP, 9.04
China is governed by a totalitarian regime. Why is that so hard to say? By Salvatore Babones

Beijing now has more billionaires than any city – BBC, 8.04

China Has an Image Problem—but Knows How to Fix It – FP, 6.04
Many in Beijing realize a declining international reputation won’t help the country achieve its goals. By Brian Y.S. Wong

Another Blow to Hong Kong’s Dying Democracy – FP, 31.03
A new law all but guarantees that the city’s legislature will be stacked with supporters of Beijing. By James Palmer

China’s Military Could Turn Small Clashes Into Major Conflicts – FP, 30.03
It’s not clear who’s in command when things go wrong. By Blake Herzinger

Records Expose China’s Maritime Militia at Whitsun Reef
Beijing claims they are fishing vessels. The data shows otherwise. By Andrew S. Erickson, Ryan D. Martinson

At China’s Borders, “Vaccine Passports” Just Got Real – FP, 25.03
In announcing it would prioritize travelers who had received Chinese-made vaccines, Beijing sparked outrage in countries where those aren’t available. By Rajni George

Beijing’s Schadenfreude Over the Capitol Riots Conceals Deep Anxiety – FP, 24.03
China’s elite are nervous about the coming succession crisis around Xi Jinping. By Joshua Eisenman, Haley Grizzell

Young People in China Are Losing Faith in the West – FP, 22.03
And that spells trouble for liberal democracy and Beijing’s relations with Washington. By Eyck Freymann, Brian Y.S. Wong

China’s Secretive Maritime Militia May Be Gathering at Whitsun Reef – FP, 22.03
Boats designed to overwhelm civilian foes can be turned into shields in real conflict. By Andrew S. Erickson

China’s New Five-Year Plan Is a Disappointment – FP, 11.03
As domestic problems mount, Beijing’s planners are lowering expectations. By Alice Han, Eyck Freymann

The Shrinking Chinese State – FP, 10.03
A look at Beijing’s spending suggests that Western fears of its influence may be misdirected. By Yukon Huang, Joshua Levy

China transmite SUA care sunt ”liniile roşii” ale Beijingului şi încearcă să câştige bunăvoinţa Europei – 5.03

China Signals Economic Caution at People’s Congress – FP, 5.03
An official projection of over 6 percent growth in the coming year is below economist estimates as the rest of the world still reels from the COVID-19 pandemic. By Colm Quinn

The U.S. Doesn’t Have to Make Sacrifices to Get China’s Climate Cooperation – FP, 4.03
Beijing is sincere about fighting climate change—for its own best interests. By Steven Stashwick

The One-Sided War of Ideas With China – FP, 2.03.21
As Washington ramps up to defend democracy, Beijing is still motivated mostly by geography. By Robert D. Kaplan

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