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In their new book Surveillance State, award-winning Wall Street Journal journalists Josh Chin and Liza Lin explore how China’s Communist Party is building a new kind of political control through collecting and harnessing personal data.
Darren Byler, an expert on the Uyghur people has been at the forefront of efforts to uncover a system of incarceration, intrusive surveillance, and severe cultural and religious repression in China's Western region of Xinjiang.
As the U.S.-China relationship enters unchartered and choppy waters, a major risk is that the U.S. will either overestimate or underestimate the threat China poses to American interests. These concerns motivated this new Task Force report.
In his debut novel, Orville Schell delves into the complexities of people whose lives have been historically upended by the tumult of political change, the pain of migration, and the separations of the Cold War.
The Bertelsmann Stiftung, the Asia Society Center on U.S.-China Relations, and the George Washington University China Policy Program are jointly launching a new report on the changing U.S. and European views of, and relations with, China.
As massive public protests continue to roil politics and society in Hong Kong, ChinaFile will host a discussion with historian Jeffrey Wasserstrom on the launch of his new book, 'Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink.'
Henry Kissinger transformed America's approach to diplomacy, laying the foundations for geopolitics as we know them today. Former Ambassador to China Winston Lord will discuss a series of interviews he conducted with Kissinger.