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Maria Repnikova Publishes Media Politics In China

Maria Repnikova Publishes Media Politics in China

Center Associate Maria Repnikova's new book is now available from Cambridge Press. Media Politics in China: Improvising Power Under Authoritarianism  (Cambridge Press 2017). https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/media-politics-in-china/31E0317361A6693682382711C6B5DCE9 Who watches over the party-state? In…

China Currents Vol.16, No.2, 2017, Published

China Currents Vol.16, No.2, 2017, Published

China is nothing if not ambitious, and ambition is a theme that suffuses the articles in this issue of China Currents. Starting with perhaps the most ambitious development plan in…

China Currents Vol.16, No.1 2017 Published

China Currents Vol.16, No.1 2017 Published

This issue of China Currents covers a wide range of timely issues.  Andy Wedeman’s piece analyzes China’s protracted anti-corruption campaign led by President Xi.  While many analysts had expected the…

The Center Welcomes Caroline Long

The Center Welcomes Caroline Long

Caroline Long is a senior majoring in mass communications at Georgia College.  She is originally from Raleigh, NC and now lives in Charlotte, NC. She has been a student-athlete on…

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  • 2017-18: Dr. Deborah Davis, Yale University
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