The media scholar talks about how the CCP builds consent, China’s global media push, and Xi Jinping’s public persona.
The journalist discusses her new book, “Made in China,” and the realities of China’s Laogai system.
The Aussie professor and former diplomat talks about the Indo-Pacific and how Australia’s China story is a wake-up call for the rest of the world.
The cyber journalist talks about Google’s China saga, Russia’s Iron Cyber Curtain, and Silicon Valley’s ‘insider’ threat.
The technology analyst talks about semiconductors, manufacturing, and innovation, and why China has hugged U.S. firms even closer.
The China Dialogue founder talks about China’s evolution on climate issues.
The former diplomat explains why the U.S. can’t just ‘export control’ its way out of a tech competition with China.
The fiction writer and journalist talks about the inspiration for her new collection of short stories.
The Harvard professor explains ‘Xi Jinping Thought’ and how the CCP’s revolutionary heritage may inoculate it against the disease that overtook communism in Europe.
The writer talks about life in exile and why he’s pessimistic about his homeland.
The economist and UN stalwart says the U.S. should stop trying to gang up on or destabilize China.
Dunne, an expert on Asia’s auto markets, explains how cars became one of the most dynamic and competitive industries in China.