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ThinkIn with James Harding: The China Problem | What do developments with TikTok, Taiwan, Wuhan and Hong Kong teach us about China’s future, and its relationship with the rest of the world?

TikTok: The China Problem

TikTok: The China Problem

In the technology great game there are plenty of battlefields, but TikTok has been the most public, and the most revealing. This addictive, Chinese-owned video-sharing app has exposed a paranoia from governments in both the east and west over who controls access to information and the power of social media. What does this mean for the future of the internet?

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Taiwan: The China Problem

Taiwan: The China Problem

How dangerous is China? Are the growing fears that China might attack Taiwan justified, or are the two countries facing an eternal standoff; a prolonged state of fear?

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