Guest #13: Reading Between the Lines of the 2021 History Resolution
The CCP Central Committee adopted a resolution on history
[https://www.neican.org/brief-96/] at its 6th Plenum in November.
Guest #12: History resolution lacks history
At the 6th Plenum [https://www.neican.org/plenum-climate-keating-tennis/], the
Party Central Committee adopted a resolution on history
Guest #11: Towards common prosperity?
Aspirations vs policy measures/environment
Guest #9: New Central Committee Regulations
On September 28, the Politburo deliberated and passed a new Central Committee
Guest #8: Securing China’s food supply post-COVID-19: ‘Self-reliance’ returns to the northeast provinces
Nathan Attrill [https://twitter.com/nathanattrill]is a PhD student at the
Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
Guest #7: Will China reinvent the Internet?
Hi folks, in an environment of heightened anxiety, even alarm, about Beijing’s
intentions across a whole range of issues,
Guest #6: A turning point, or a storm in a wine glass?
Australia and China are in an increasingly bitter diplomatic row prompted by
Ambassador Cheng Jingye’s recent comments, which are
Guest #5: COVID-19 racism echoes historical anti-Chinese sentiment
Osmond Chiu, Research Fellow, Per Capita
COVID-19 has resulted in racist abuse and unsubstantiated claims of hoarding
against Chinese and
Guest #4: A survey of acquisitions adds to concerns over China in Sweden
Jerker Hellström [https://twitter.com/jerkerhellstrom?lang=en], Head of the Asia
and Middle East Program, Swedish Defence Research Agency