The Power of Place: A Conversation with Mark Frazier

Shanghai and Mumbai are leading centres of manufacturing and finance. In The Power of Place: Contentious Politics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai and Bombay (Cambridge University Press 2019), Mark Frazier adopts a comparative historical lens to chronicle the political biographies of these metropolises, reconstructing an impressive series of riots, strikes, and protests that shook the two cities […]

Multinational Corporations in the Crosshairs

Western multinational corporations have increasingly found themselves in the crosshairs of the Chinese Communist Party. In the second week of October, the US National Basketball Association became embroiled in a predicament after Daryl Morey, general manager of the Houston Rockets, tweeted his support for the ongoing pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. In the wake of […]

An Open Letter from China Labour Scholars

The Chinese government has expanded its crackdown on civil society. Since 2015, hundreds of human rights lawyers, feminists, and labour activists have been harassed, detained and sentenced to prison sentences. In 2018, workers’ demands to unionise at the Shenzhen Jasic Technology Company drew the backing of left-wing students from elite universities. According to media reports, 30 […]

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