Beyond the sprouts of capitalism: China’s early capitalist development and contemporary...

China’s early modern political economy provides a deeper understanding of their current socialist project.

China’s foreign policy (1949-today): A 7-part podcast series

This series examines the history of China's foreign policy since the 1949 revolution brought the Communist Party to power.

The CPC 100 years on: Understanding China’s contemporary political economy

100 years after the CPC's founding, Hammond examines the history and politics of China's path toward socialism

China’s environmental problems: Beyond the propaganda

Is China really a unique environmental calamity, or is it a source of inspiration for the environmental movement?

5-part class: From opium wars to trade wars: China’s long path...

Course description: As China’s global rise rivals U.S. hegemony, the number one priority of U.S. foreign policy is to wage a demonization...
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The Hong Kong protests and imperialism: What the corporate media isn’t...

As protests in Hong Kong enter their sixth month, Western media and politicians continue to mislead the public.

Five imperialist myths about China’s role in Africa

Setting the stage for "great power confrontation" That China is a rising power is undeniable. Since its founding in 1949, the People’s Republic of China...

Tiananmen: The Massacre that Wasn’t

Twenty-five years ago today, every U.S. media outlet, along with then President Bush and the U.S. Congress were...

Behind the Urumqui riots in China

Since July 5, the Western corporate media has showcased the "Urumqui riots" and fashioned wealthy businesswoman Rebiyah Kadheer as the champion of the Uyghur. The violence pitting Hans against Uyghurs has been presented with little historical context that might explain the underlying tensions and their origins.

PSL response to ISO on China and Tiananmen

In an article in the ISO’s newspaper, Socialist Worker, dated June 4, 2009, and titled "Twenty Years after Tiananmen Square," Dennis Kosuth treats the epic Chinese Revolution with extreme hostility and polemicizes against what he calls the PSL’s "twisted thinking"on China.