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Welcome to the NEW SupChina Access members area. Below you will find our Access archives, information about our Slack channel, and much more.
 
To view our 2020 Red Paper, click here.
 
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Below you will find all SupChina Access newsletter content in a stream. It is drawn from two categories: The Premium Access category, which is updated daily with each component of the newsletter posted as an individual story, and the Access Archive category, which contains all of our newsletters from January 27, 2018, to December 10, 2019. Stay tuned: We are developing a feature for members to search the archive in granular detail, and will update you when this is available.

Other content that is exclusively for Access members will also be posted in the Premium Access category.

 

Friday Feb 21, 2020

Editor’s note for Friday, February 21, 2020

Dear Access member, Will the battle over Huawei kill globalization? In a new piece for SupChina, Paul Triolo and Kevin Allison of Eurasia Group…

China hawk enters contest to replace Merkel

Norbert Röttgen — a nightmare for China? Image © Raimond Spekking / CC BY-SA…

Hundreds of prisoners infected with COVID-19

The latest official numbers on the COVID-19 epidemic are: 76,798 confirmed cases and 2,250 deaths.  China remains the only seriously affected country, but…

Global Times demands apology from Amazon

State propaganda outlets continue to issue full-throated condemnations of the Wall Street Journal two days after expelling three of its reporters. Today’s…

How would America handle a COVID-19 epidemic?

Much of the reporting on the Chinese government’s handling of COVID-19 is justifiably critical, but that should not blind us to the fact…

Xi Jinping, tranquilizer pill for international panic

The Marxist theorists at Party journal Qiushi must have quarantine-induced cabin fever. Their latest emission sounds like North Korean state TV’s “reporting” on…

Will online learning be China’s great equalizer?

Schools have closed in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean learning has stopped. Students are taking classes online, where…

On the set of a major Chinese film: A coronavirus story

Victor Zheng had just arrived in Kuandian, a small city in Liaoning Province near the North Korean border, to shoot a major film…

Trade war craziness

It’s day 596 of the U.S.-China techno-trade war. China could purchase much less U.S. farm product than thought, according to new estimates from…

Week in Review for Friday, February 21, 2020

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: The COVID-19 outbreak has reached its peak in China, at least according to official…

 

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