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China’s underground historians and their battle for the future
The Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub is pleased to host a hybrid discussion on Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ian Johnson’s new book Sparks: China’s Underground Historians and their Battle for the Future. Using years of firsthand research in China, Johnson challenges the stereotypes of China as a state where all free thought has successfully been silenced. Please join us in person or virtually over Zoom, YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook.
Report Nov 17, 2023
Relying on old enemies: The challenge of Taiwan’s economic ties to China
This economic challenge will be just as important to Taiwan’s economic and political well-being as the imperative to strengthen military capabilities and alliances in the Asia-Pacific, especially as Taiwanese companies join other multinationals in de-risking their investments in China.
Report Dec 4, 2023
Community watch: China’s vision for the future of the internet
By Dakota Cary
In 2015, Beijing released Jointly Building a Community with a Shared Future in Cyberspace, a white paper outlining the CCP’s vision for the future of the internet. In the eight years since then, this vision has picked up steam outside of China, largely as the result of Beijing’s efforts to export these ideas to authoritarian countries.