China's rulers continue to maintain an enormous apparatus of repression.
Charles Horner is a senior fellow of the Hudson Institute and the author, most recently, of A China Scholar’s Long March: Writings and Reflections 1978–2015: Reflections on a Changing China (Merwin Asia).
Articles by Charles Horner
The movement's next hundred years.
On the surprisingly enduring Qing Empire.
China's Communist Party changes its past to help preserve its power in the present.
Christianity is too widely diffused throughout China for crude oppression to succeed.
Asia still lags behind the breathless commentary about it.
A review of Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962, by Yang Jisheng
A review of Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China, by Ezra F. Vogel
A review of On China, by Henry Kissinger