Tracey Fallon

Tracey Fallon

Tracey Fallon is an assistant professor of China studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China.

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Opinion | China cannot just rely on its economic might to silence the growing army of critics

From the Hong Kong protests to the treatment of Uygurs in Xinjiang, China’s international image has seen severely dented this year. It must work to repair the damage through persuasion and co-option, not just by leaning on its economic stature.

27 Dec 2019 - 9:30AM

From the Hong Kong protests to the treatment of Uygurs in Xinjiang, China’s international image has seen severely dented this year. It must work to repair the damage through persuasion and co-option, not just by leaning on its economic stature.

China cannot just rely on its economic might to silence the growing army of critics
Opinion | China’s soft-power play: what will it take to get it just right and hit the Goldilocks zone?

After years of trying to win friends and gain influence through its outreach programmes, Beijing has run into a wall. The reason is twofold: China must improve its art of persuasion, and the West it seeks to impress must be willing to come to the party.

16 Jan 2019 - 8:50AM

After years of trying to win friends and gain influence through its outreach programmes, Beijing has run into a wall. The reason is twofold: China must improve its art of persuasion, and the West it seeks to impress must be willing to come to the party.

China’s soft-power play: what will it take to get it just right and hit the Goldilocks zone?