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View this email in your browser. Food Is the Latest Front for China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy In recent years, press secretaries in China’s Foreign Ministry have increasingly ventured beyond their podiums and into the world of social media, conducting rapid-response interventions on Western platforms like Twitter and YouTube. As Chinese domestic politics becomes more prominent as a fixture of international discourse, rapid-fire digital communication has become an integral part of public diplomacy. Even Chinese President Xi Jinping himself has placed greater emphasis on improving the quality of foreign-facing propaganda. As a result, Chinese diplomats are actively searching for more creative […]


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