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ASPI is delighted to invite you to the webinar discussion 'Unraveling the Chinese Communist Party's overseas influence: United front work from Australia to Europe.'
The ASPI International Cyber Policy Centre's (ICPC) recent report The party speaks for you: Foreign interference and the Chinese Communist Party's united front system revealed the structure and growing scale of Chinese Communist Party influence. These activities can involve political interference, technology transfer and media influence, and risk inflaming racial tensions around Chinese communities.
Join report author, ICPC's Alex Joske with Martin Hála, sinologist with Charles University, Prague, Didi Kirsten Tatlow, senior fellow at DGAP and Maree Ma, General Manager of Vision Times, for a discussion moderated by ICPC's Danielle Cave. This panel discussion will dissect Beijing's influence in Europe, Australia and other regions, and debate how governments and societies should respond.
Maree Ma is the General Manager of Vision Times, a leading Chinese-language Australian media outlet. She is responsible for the overall management of staff, operations, production, logistics, external affairs, and strategic planning.
Didi Kirsten Tatlow ia a senior fellow at German Council on Foreign Relations and non-resident fellow at Sinopsis. Her work focuses on China, particularly its relations with Europe and technology transfer, as well as on China’s relations with Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Martin Hála is a Sinologist with Charles University in Prague, and the founder and director of Sinopsis.cz, a project that provides analysis of China-related topics in Europe.
Alex Joske is an Analyst working with the International Cyber Policy Centre. His research focuses on the Chinese military and the overseas influence of the Chinese Communist Party.
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