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A setback for Beijing in Solomon Islands

A map from Wikipedia of the various groupings of island nations in the Pacific, which we included in our brief guide…

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All the international brands that have apologized to China

The definitive list of international companies that have issued apologies to maintain their market access in China in recent years.…

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Pence says NBA censorship is ‘un-American,’ but denies decoupling with China

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence gave a speech yesterday in Washington, D.C., on U.S.-China relations, following up on his China bash-fest…

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Ilham Tohti wins European Parliament’s top human rights prize

Like the U.S., European countries are getting tougher on human rights in China. The most significant signs of that this…

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Is China losing the media war abroad?

There is no question that whether the subject is internment camps in Xinjiang or the Hong Kong protests, Beijing is…

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What are the five key demands of Hong Kong?

The five key demands of Hong Kong protesters are: to withdraw the extradition bill; to stop labeling protesters as “rioters”;…

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China says two detained Americans have been released on bail

Jacob Harlan, left, and Alyssa Petersen, right UPDATE: Multiple sources have confirmed that the allegation we published earlier that the…

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Beijing seethes as House approves Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, which would put the city’s special trading relationship with the United States…

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Growing China worries in Australia as Penny Wong slams PM

As America tries to figure out a new normal for relations with China, the debate in Australia continues to grow…

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Tencent resumes NBA streaming as gaming companies censor their staff and players

Pictured: Mei, a character from the Blizzard game Overwatch, as depicted by the artist Yuumei, via Pro Guides.

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‘We’ll grind you up and crush your bones’: Tough talk from China’s leader

A tweet from Chinese nationalist rag Global Times:

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Apple removes Hong Kong police-tracking app after complaints from China

After two initial rejections and a hard-earned approval, HKmap.live, a crowdsourcing mapping app that Hong Kong protesters used for its…

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NBA, Xinjiang loom over low-expectation trade talks in D.C.

Chinese vice premier Liú Hè 刘鹤 arrived in Washington for talks with U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury secretary Steven…

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The NBA’s operations in China, explained

The NBA is wildly popular in China, with about 800 million Chinese watching games last season, and many basketball players…

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China has played itself

By attacking the NBA, China exposed the more unsavory aspects of its authoritarian ways to a wider segment of the…

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