Chinese Cultural Security in the Information Communication Era
This paper addresses the subject of cultural security which has increasingly come into focus in China in recent years with greater attention being accorded to such by the government. It is argued here that in the information communication era there are both threats and opportunities to Chinese culture. The author assesses what China is doing to both counter and harness these before outlining some recommendations on how Chinese cultural security policy can further be bolstered going into the future.
The Dawn of the Digital Yuan: China’s Central Bank Digital Currency and Its Implications
Summary The COVID-19 pandemic has driven digital innovation and proved to be an enabling episode for the technology industry; the growing focus on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) comes within such a context. China has rushed to […]
China and International Law: History, Theory, and Practice
Abstract The current contours of China’s economic growth and political influence have given rise to interests in and concerns about China’s global profile as well as its strategies of International […]
China’s Criminal Justice Reforms: Impacts on the Prevention of Miscarriages of Justice
Summary The widespread cases of miscarriages of justice in China – in the form of wrongful convictions and procedural abuses – have revealed deep flaws in the country’s criminal justice […]