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    China’s mass revolt – where now?

    Most significant protests since the 1989 Democracy Movement Li Yong and Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info At the time of writing police are massing in Chinese cities in an effort to stamp out the recent protest wave. Protests continue at universities....

    Britain: Chinese Consulate staff attack protestor

    Paul Gerrard, Socialist Alternative (ISA in England, Wales and Scotland) On Sunday 16 October a peaceful protest outside the Chinese Consulate in Manchester was attacked by consulate staff, some wearing motorcycle helmets and body armour. One of the...

    China: Xi Jinping’s 20th Congress caps five years of political disasters

    Xi’s totalitarian rule is steering China towards revolutionary upheavals Editorial from Socialist (社會主義者) magazine, published by International Socialist Alternative in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan The Chinese regime (CCP) is holding its 20th Congress ...

    China: End capitalism and dictatorship to save the planet

    The Chinese dictatorship is not the “green superpower” it wants us to believe Hong Liuxing, chinaworker.info Capitalist governments around the world boast they are making progress in the fight against climate change. But war, deglobalization and ev...

    China forced to tighten Belt and Road

    A mass sit-down protest by tens of thousands at the entrance of Chinese-built Gwadar port in Pakistan is just one example of a simmering grassroots backlash against Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative  Hong Liuxing & Dahu, chinaworker.info In...

    China: Ten years since the fall of Bo Xilai (2) 

    Ten years ago China was shaken by the arrest and downfall of leading CCP princeling Bo Xilai. Bo was one of the most well-known political figures in China, using his office as CCP leader of Chongqing as a platform to project himself as an alternative...

    China: Ten years since the fall of Bo Xilai (1) 

    Ten years ago China was shaken by the arrest and downfall of leading CCP princeling Bo Xilai. Bo was one of the most well-known political figures in China, using his office as CCP leader of Chongqing as a platform to project himself as an alternative...

    New cold war: Growing calls to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics

    Why is the International Olympic Committee (IOC) so closely allied with China’s dictatorship? This is an issue more and more people are asking in the light of tennis player Peng Shuai’s disappearance and is the background to the current global debate about an Olympic boycott in February.

    China’s coal crunch threatens to nullify climate talks

    Adam N. Lee, chinaworker.info China is experiencing its worst power cuts in two decades. The cause is a “coal shortage” – a state of affairs that points to much deeper economic and political problems. China is by far the world’s biggest producer of...

    China: The many crises of Xi Jinping

    “All roads lead to 2022” noted Nikkei’s seasoned China watcher Katsuji Nakazawa, referring to the so-called Communist Party’s (CCP) twice-in-a-decade congress in October next year 

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    China’s mass revolt – where now?

    Most significant protests since the 1989 Democracy Movement Li Yong and Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info At the time of writing police are massing in ...

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