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VOA: Scholars Rally to Defend Colleagues Sanctioned by Beijing

Hundreds of academics and intellectuals around the world are signing onto a joint statement in support of European colleagues who have been...

NPR: Beijing Reports Tens Of Thousands Inoculated In 1st Days Of COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign

Beijing says it inoculated more than 73,000 people in the first two days after China's first domestic COVID-19 vaccine was approved for commercial use.

AP: Asia Today: Beijing receiving 1st int’l flights since March

Beijing’s main international airport on Thursday began receiving international flights again from a limited number of countries considered at low risk of...

Reuters: For China’s landlords, rent-to-riches dreams fade in red flag for fragile economy

Not yet 30, Beijing office worker Li thought she was already on her way up China’s private property ladder with two apartments...

AP: Beijing partly reopens movie theaters as virus declines

Beijing partially reopened movie theaters Friday as the threat from the coronavirus continues to recede in China’s capital.

NPR: Prominent Critic Of China’s Leadership Detained In Beijing

A pre-eminent legal scholar and vocal critic of Chinese leader Xi Jinping was taken from his home early Monday by police, according...

CNN: Defiance and fear as Hong Kong settles into new normal after China-backed law takes hold

If Beijing thought a new national security law would guarantee a quiet birthday for Hong Kong, it was mistaken.As the city marked 23 years...

CNN: Beijing approves experimental Covid-19 vaccine for use in Chinese military

The Chinese government has approved the use of an experimental Covid-19 vaccine for the country's military -- the latest step in...

CNN: Inside a mass Covid-19 testing site in Beijing

CNN's David Culver goes into a mass coronavirus testing site in Beijing as the capital city tries to maintain control over the most recent...

CNN: Beijing’s new outbreak is a reminder to the world that coronavirus can return at anytime

(CNN) Until last week, Beijing seemed to have all but moved on from the coronavirus pandemic.For 55 days, the Chinese capital had not reported...
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Jerry Dávila is the Lemann Chair in Brazilian History at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and executive director of the Illinois Global Institute. Dávila,...

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