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Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn worked in China for 20 years as an editor and entrepreneur. He is editor-in-chief of SupChina, and co-founder of the Sinica Podcast.

European Union joins the Huawei fray, without mentioning its name

The South China Morning Post reports: The European Union is urging its leaders to take a tougher stand…

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Huawei v. The United States of America

Gerry Shih of the Washington Post reports that Huawei today announced “it has sued the U.S. government…

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Farewell, Air Moving Device, we hardly knew ye

Air Moving Device is a Twitter account that has posted, for the last year…

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China’s hypersonic weapons

Lyle J. Goldstein, a research professor who focuses on China at the United States Naval War and a

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India and Pakistan scramble jets as China watches uneasily

The situation is not good in disputed Kashmir, and the strain is being felt in Beijing. The Chinese foreign…

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The Communist Party’s ghosts

All the world is on the verge of flames today, but the top story on Xinhua News…

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Friday Song: Yali Da — Big Pressure — from The Wu-Force

Dear reader — there is an important disclosure in the first three words of this story. When my wife…

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What is the Greater Bay Area?

There is a new addition to the roster of Communist Party pet projects like the

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An Australian Uyghur baby, trapped in Xinjiang

Megha Rajagopalan, one of the journalists who has done most to uncover the atrocities

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Losing friends and influencing people

The year 2019 might become when China completely and utterly loses its soft-power mojo. The…

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Ankara to Beijing: Xinjiang is ‘a great shame for humanity’

Image: From recent protest in Brussels against China’s re-education camps for Uyghurs (AFP) The government of Turkey has strongly condemned…

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Sino-Black relations and the politics of identity: Q-and-A with scholar Keisha Brown

Top image: W.E.B. Du Bois at National Day parade in Beijing, 1962

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Don’t hold your breath for a deal — Pacific Reset, day 209

U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese vice premier Liú Hè 刘鹤 are finally in the same room. These…

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The Pacific Reset: Day 208 — an ‘unreasonable crackdown’ and ‘smear’ on Chinese companies

Since early July, we’ve been following the U.S.-China trade war with close attention, and have dated the official…

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Trudeau fires Canadian ambassador to China while U.S. unveils criminal charges against Huawei

The breaking news of the day is that U.S. Department of Justice has levied criminal charges against Huawei, accusing…

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