Rethinking China’s global ‘propaganda’ blitz

  title={Rethinking China’s global ‘propaganda’ blitz},
  author={F. Hartig},
  journal={Global Media and Communication},
  pages={18 - 3}
  • F. Hartig
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Global Media and Communication
  • China’s global communication activities are mainly perceived as sinister propaganda to mislead international audiences, and related discussions exemplify Western unease about China’s global communication efforts. While not trivializing these efforts, this article objects to some of the assessments and argues in favour of a critical but open-minded engagement with China’s global communication activities. Such an approach should pay attention to potential audiences and should closely scrutinize… CONTINUE READING


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