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Xu Peixi
标题图片 Xu Peixi is Associate Professor at Communication University of China, Beijing. He is also PhD candidate and researcher at the University of Tampere, Finland. His research interests include International Communication, Citizen Participation and New Media. He can be reached at xupeixi@gmail.com.
2014 April 4
The NSA's Orwellian invasion of China
The US spy machine is out of control.
2014 March 21
US government lets go of ICANN
Stories about the future of the Internet never fail to fascinate global audiences. We must take action to avoid the Internet being dominated by any state or market.
2014 March 19
Mrs. Obama's visit is a stitch in time
Despite many unpleasant elements in other fields, Sino-American educational ties are strong. Mrs. Obama's visit is evidence of this.
2014 March 10
China awakens to its vulnerability to cyber attacks from the US
The recent formation of the Central Leading Group on Cyber Security can be interpreted as a defense against external threats.
2014 March 7
Private money fund Yu'ebao shakes China
The success of Yu'ebao has challenged China's traditional financial institutions. Conventional banks are being forced to fight back.
2013 August 4
The right prescription
The probe into the recent GSK bribery scandal and the company's response shows that both GSK and the Chinese government are looking to correct past failings and address a real cause of social instability.
2013 July 21
The wolf and the lamb
In Aesop's fable, the wolf wants to eat the lamb yet does not want to appear erratic or greedy. In terms of the U.S.-China cyber security debate, the fable provides an apt metaphor.
2013 July 12
Cyber security in the post-Snowden age
The cyber security debate is set to make waves at the 2013 China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue. From a topic the U.S. was once keen to talk about, it has become one the nation's leadership prefers to avoid.
2013 June 14
Whistleblower welcome in China
China should offer asylum to U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden following his bravery in exposing the hypocrisy of the PRISM surveillance program.
2013 April 30
Returning looted rat and rabbit heads boosts French image
Mr. Francois-Henri Pinault's recent decision to return Chinese antiques looted during the Opium Wars opens a new page in French-China bilateral relations.
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