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- August 19, 2020: “Work After the Pandemic”–Maybe there are some things that don’t need to go back to normal
- October 18, 2020: “How China’s Technocracy Uses the Pandemic to Suppress Religion”–The pandemic provided a pretext to install surveillance equipment in churches and surveil believers online
- October 12, 2020: “China: COVID-19’s True History Finds an Unlikely Home–GitHub”–The last repository of free speech on the internet where censored stories are stored
- September 28, 2020: “High-Tech Suppression of China’s Mongol Region Provokes Protests”–Mongolian protesters against Chinese-dominated schools are threatened with loss of social credit, which means no jobs or loans
- September 20, 2020: “Mulan: Disney Talks Freedom at Home, Toes the Line in China”–The controversies surrounding filming in Xinjiang
- August 26, 2020: “Why Some Nation States Are Banning TikTok”–The U.S. is not alone in questioning the social medium’s allegiance to the Chinese government
- July 30, 2020: “Charges Reveal Extent of China-Sponsored Hacking in the West”–Targets have included COVID-19 labs, dissidents, and religious groups
- July 9, 2020: “Hong Kong: Tech Companies Face Series Ethical Decisions”–As Hong Kong is transformed into a police state, Western companies, faced with demands for snitching on users, are rethinking cozy relationships with China
- July 2, 2020: “China’s Health Code App: One More Way to Track Citizens”
- June 18, 2020: “The Age of the Wolf Warrior: China’s Post-Pandemic Strategy”–The younger diplomats take their cue from a Chinese Rambo-style movie and the rewritten history they learned at school
- Casualty Report: “Megadeath” in Issue 54–A timeline of plagues and pandemics
- Biohazards Column: “Disaster Ethics & the Trouble with Triage” in Issue 54–What do you do when there is not enough medical supplies?
- Biohazards Column : “Mindless Attempts” in Issue 52–cerebral organoids and whether they can ever become “brains-in-a-dish” (by subscription only)
- Spring 2020 Issue: “Stopping the Flu Virus”–A profile of professor Hana Dobrovolny and her work modeling the flu virus
- Spring 2019 Issue: “Our Uneasy Tranquility”–American’s use of anti-anxiety medication has skyrocketed. Should we be worried?
- March 23, 2020: “Coronavirus: Explanations and Ethical Issues”–How does a virus work and what bioethical issues should we consider during the pandemic?
Over 100 articles from 2015 to 2017.