Articles tagged with china

Macabe Keliher

Markets have played a central role in the country’s explosive development since the 1980s. But as GDP rose, inequality has soared—a stark turn away from earlier socialist ideals.

Macabe Keliher

Founded a century ago, the Chinese Communist Party has repeatedly defied predictions of its demise. Today it retains popular support by selectively repressing and responding to social demands.

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Macabe Keliher

While economists enshrine Hong Kong as the ideal free market, the social consequences of its neoliberal policies have been disastrous.

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Yasheng Huang

Some have praised China's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but its suppression of information helped cause the problem in the first place.

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Frank Pasquale

Reputational currency, like China’s Social Credit Score, rebrands repression as rational nudging. And these algorithmic governance models are spreading.

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Greg Distelhorst Diana Fu Yue Hou

Despite the risks, Chinese social media users are beating online censorship.

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Nick Admussen

The effects of revolutionary violence on Chinese poetry.

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Guobin Yang Ran Liu

One of the largest peaceful protest movements in recent world history.

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Drew Calvert

A crosscultural reading group in Beijing.

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Ali Wyne

Charles Kenny's The Upside of Down.