Chinese politics

China’s changing climate action roadmap

December

By Xunpeng Shi

Note: This article appeared in East Asia Forum on May 11 2022.

China’s path to decarbonisation

December

By Muyi Yang and Xunpeng Shi

Note: This article appeared in the Asia & the Pacific Policy Society at the Australian National University’s blog, Policy Forum, on April 11 2022.

'The Xinjiang Emergency' – in conversation with Michael Clarke | WEBINAR

December

The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is the site of the largest mass repression of an ethnic and/or religious minority in the world today with researchers estimating that at least one million people have been detained there at some point without trial since 2016. Meanwhile, outside of these detention centres more than ten million Turkic Muslim minorities are subjected to a network of high-tech surveillance systems, checkpoints and interpersonal monitoring.


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Perspectives | The PRC's year ahead

December

Perspectives is UTS:ACRI's monthly commentary series, featuring a piece on a topical subject in the Australia-China relationship from an invited expert contributor. 

By Rowan Callick

The contradictions of the PRC’s leadership ambitions

December

By Mark Beeson

Note: An edited version of this article appeared in The Canberra Times on November 18 2021.

Turning ghosts into humans: Surveillance as an instrument of social engineering in Xinjiang

December

By Michael Clarke

Note: This article appeared in War on the Rocks on November 2 2021.

Flexible energy governance is key to China’s decarbonisation efforts

December

By Xunpeng Shi and Muyi Yang

Note: This article appeared in East Asia Forum on October 30 2021.

Perspectives | The PRC’s path to carbon neutrality: Bright future, tortuous road

December

Perspectives is UTS:ACRI's commentary series, featuring a piece on a topical subject in the Australia-China relationship from invited expert contributors. 

By Wei Li and Lei Zhang

UTS:ACRI WEBINAR: PRC climate and energy policies: status, trends, implications for Australia

December

One year after the People’s Republic of China (PRC) committed to achieving carbon neutrality, significant progress has been made and significant challenges have emerged.

The PRC's national carbon market has begun full operation and is expected to soon extend from the power sector to others, including steel and cement.


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December
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Solar power can help solve China’s coal power dilemma

December

By Muyi YangXunpeng Shi and Peng Wang

Note: This article appeared in Energy Tracker Asia on October 5 2021.