Category: Tibet

Challenging China’s false narrative on Tibet

     

  Please join the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights and its partners for the historic international launch of a landmark report on the status of Tibet under International law,… Read more »

China‚Äôs Guided Memory: Challenging Beijing’s false historical narrative

     

As Chinese authorities struggle to contain the deadly Wuhan coronavirus, they are turning to a sophisticated authoritarian playbook honed over decades of crackdowns on dissidents and undesirables to enforce quarantines… Read more »

Bending the knee to Beijing’s ‘proxy power’. Can democratic values survive in a Chinese world?

     

If you want to understand what‚Äôs happening in the National Basketball Association, turn off SportsCenter and pick up ‚ÄúThe Art of War,‚ÄĚ argues Ben Sasse, a Republican, who represents Nebraska… Read more »

From ‘Chinese influence’ to ‘Beijing interference’: Time to aid Mongolia

     

Globally, China‚Äôs reputation has deteriorated significantly since 2012 stemming from a perception of financial, diplomatic, and military bullying as well as blowback from the increasingly naked geostrategic ambitions of the… Read more »