China's domestic political economy (reform strategies, national-local relations, regional development), international political economy (energy diplomacy), governance (including protests, state-societal relations, institutional development, and transformation and vitality of the regime), and foreign policy (domestic linkage and soft power).
More information can be found on Hongyi's page.
20 policy briefs at a think tank in Singapore; news comments in Chinese have apparent impact on governance and external policies in China.
New York Times, Associated Press, Reuters, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, International Economy Magazine, South China Morning Post, and China Daily.
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