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Index of Profiles

These are the profiles of individuals, organisations and entities involved in smearing China or pushing back.

Aaron Mate Aaron Mate is a Canadian journalist and a reporter for The Grayzone. He is a former producer of Democracy Now! and a contributor to The Nation and RealClearPolitics. He hosts the show Pushback with Aaron Maté on The Grayzone.
Abdul Hayee The writer was awarded the Tamgha-e-Khidmat by the President of Pakistan in 1971. He lives in Lahore, Pakistan, and Dallas, Texas, USA
abovetheclouds Twitter: "enjoying immortality peaches dipped into the dystopian chocolate fountain"
Abul Rizvi Abul Rizvi Ph.D. was a senior official in the Department of Immigration from the early 1990s to 2007 when he left as Deputy Secretary.
Adam Segal Dr Adam Segal is the Ira A Lipman chair in emerging technologies and national security and director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Admiral Michael S Rogers ADM Rogers is a native of Chicago and attended Auburn University, graduating in 1981 and receiving his commission via the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Originally a surface warfare officer (SWO), he was selected for re-designation to cryptology (now Information Warfare) in 1986.
Adrian Glamorgan Adrian Glamorgan is secretary of the Friends (Quakers) World Committee for Consultation - Asia West Pacific Section.
Adrian Zenz Adrian Zenz (born 1974) is a German anthropologist and sinologist known for his studies of the Xinjiang re-education camps. He is a lecturer in social research methodology at the Evangelical theological institution Akademie fur Weltmission and a senior fellow in China studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.
Alan MacLeod
Albert Zhang Albert is a researcher with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre. His research interests include information and influence operations, disinformation, artificial intelligence/machine learning and emerging technologies.
Albert Zhang
Alex Joske Alex Joske was an Analyst who worked with ASPI`s International Cyber Policy Centre from August 2018 to December 2020.
Alex Lo Alex Lo has been a Post columnist since 2012, covering major issues affecting Hong Kong and the rest of China. A journalist for 25 years, he has worked for various publications in Hong Kong and Toronto as a news reporter and editor. He has also lectured in journalism at the University of Hong Kong.
Alex Mitchell Alex Mitchell is a former State Political Editor of Sydney’s Sun-Herald and a regular Friday contributor to John Menadue’s Pearls & Irritations. His latest book is Murder in Melbourne – The Untold Story of Palestinian exchange student Aiia Maasarwe.
Alice Su
Alison Broinowski
Allan Behm Allan Behm heads the International and Security Affairs Program at The Australia Institute, Canberra
Allan Patience
Allison Killing
Amelia Long
Amin Saikal
Amnesty International
Andrew Boughton
Andrew Davies
Andrew Farran
Andrew Hudson
Andrew Podger
Andrew Sheng
Andrew Westerman b
Andy Boreham
Angela Lehmann
Anthony Bergin
Anthony Pun
Antoine Bondaz
Ariel Bogle
Arnaud Bertrand
Arslan Hidayat
Arzan Tarapore
Asia Times
Associated Press (AP)
Audrey Fritz
Azeem Khan
Baani Grewal
Barrett, Oli and Lee Videos diving into life in China. From opinion pieces, to food, to tech & infrastructure.
Barrie Host of Best China Info, which he describes as "understanding China, intended to be an informative entertaining and useful vlog of our experience of life in China - usually a whimsical perspective, plus world current affairs. We live and work in China, and have lived and worked all around the world: "7 years now living very happily, safely and free as a man could wish to be in China! Best move I ever made, never regretted a second. I've experienced kindness, hospitality and warmth every day. China is my home and joy. p.s. I am a man who questions things; a man who is no fan of authoritarianism, elitism, injustice, or inhumane treatment of humans or our fellow creatures. I'm very happy living in China. I'm not paid to write this. "
Barry Jones
Ben Chiarella
Ben Norton
Ben Packham
Benedict Rogers
Benjamin Fincham-de Groot
Berenice Nyland
Bevan Ramsden
Bill Birtles
Bill Birtles
Bill Paterson
Binoy Kampmark
Bob Carr
Bob McMullan
Bob Rogers
Brendan Nicholson
Brian Berletic Brian is a prolific Youtuber, producing content pushing back on US imperialism, focusing on South East Asia and China.
Brian Toohey
Bruce Dover
Bruce Haigh
Bruce Wolpe
Caitlyn Johnstone
Cameron Leckie
Carl Zha Carl was described as "A Chinese influence op" by a former NYT journo Howard French. He runs a podcast about China and Silk Road: history, culture and politics. Carl is a wealth of knowledge on Chinese history, conducts interviews with a wide variety of people (activists and experts) and provides deep reflections on China and experience as both a Chinese person and an Asian living in a Western country.
Caroline Compton
Cate Cadell
Cavan Hogue
Chandran Nair
Charles Livingstone
Charlie Lyons Jones
Chas Freeman
Chek Ling
Chengxin Pan
China Daily
Chinese Ambassador to India
Chris Barrie
Chris Nyland
Chris Sidoti
Christine Loh
Christopher Kennedy
Ciara Morris
CJ Werleman
Clare Daly
Colin Chapman
Colin Heseltine
Colin Mackerras
Colin Twiggs
Common Dreams
Cyrus Janssen
Daisy Barham
Dake Kang
Dale Hess
Daniel Dumbrill Daniel Dumbrill is a prolific Youtuber and Tweeter with a substantial following. Originally vlogging on his experiences living in China as a Canadian, recently Daniel has received wide attention for his push back on anti-China propaganda. His body of work is substantial.
Danielle Cave
Daria Impiombato
David Armstrong
David Brewster
David Brophy David Brophy studies the social and political history of China northwest, particularly the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, and its connections with the Islamic and Russian/Soviet worlds. Finishing his PhD in 2011, he spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Australian Centre on China in the World, at the Australian National University, before going to the University of Sydney in 2013. es.
David Brophy
David Camroux
David Lang
David Legge
David Rennie
David Richardson
David S G Goodman
David Smith
David Spratt
David Swanson
David Uren
Deborah Bräutigam Deborah Bräutigam is an American political scientist, currently the Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of Political Economy at Johns Hopkins University and the Director of the China Africa Research Initiative at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.
Dechlan Brennan
Denise Fisher
Dennis Altman
Dennis Argall
Dewi Fortuna Anwar
Dino Patti Djalal
Dong Wang
Douglas Newton
Dr Asatar Bair
Dr Dan Steinbock Dr Dan Steinbock is the founder of Difference Group and has served as research director at the India, China and America Institute (USA) and visiting fellow at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (China) and the EU Center (Singapore).
Dr Richard Herr
Dr Stuart Gilmour
Drew Pavlou
Duncan Graham
East Asia Forum
Elise Thomas
Elsa Kania
Emile Dirks
Emilia Currey
Erik Paul
Fergus Hanson
Fergus Ryan
Foreign Affairs
Francesca Beddie
Frank Carrigan
Frank Jotzo
Gareth Evans
Garry Woodard
Gary Sampson
Geoff Miller
Geoff Raby
George Browning
Godfree Roberts
Gordon Gregory
Graeme Dobell
Greg Bailey
Greg Barns
Greg Latemore
Greg Lockhart
Gregory Clark
Grenville Cross
Guy Rundle
Hamish McDonald
Hans J. Ohff
Harvard Business Review
Helen Grasswill
Henry Litton
Henry Reynolds
Hubei Peasant
Hugh Steadman
Hugh White
Huong Le Thu
Ian Cunliffe
Ian Dudgeon
Ian Dunlop
Ian Kerridge
Ian Macintosh
Ian Mannix
Ian McAuley
Immortal Peach Eater
Imogen Zethoven
In Your Area
Isaac Kfir
Jack Waterford
Jacob Wallis
James Curran
James Hansen
James Laurenceson
James Leibold James Leibold researches politics of ethnicity, race and national identity in modern Chinese history and society, and is currently engaged in research on ethnic policy-making and ethnic conflict in contemporary China with a particular focus on the restive Western frontier and its Tibetan and Uyghur ethnic minorities. He is the author and co-editor of four books and over twenty-five peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and a frequent contributor to the international media on these topics. "
James Rydge
Jamie Tarabay
Jaq James
Jaq James
Jarrod Allen
Jeff Kildea
Jeffrey Sachs
Jeremy Webb
Jerry Goode
Jerry Grey Not a "tool of the CCP Propaganda Machine" or "Mouthpiece for the CPC". A cyclist who sees China as it is. Seen on CGTN/People`s Daily/GDToday and TouTiao
Jerry Grey
Jessica Clarence
Jessica Clarence
Jocelyn Chey
John Austen
John Brown
John Chevis
John Coyne
John Dwyer
John Fitzgerald
John Garnaut
John Haren
John Howard
John Keane
John Lander
John McCarthy
John Menadue
John Quiggin
Jon (Yuan) Jiang
Jon Stanford
Jonas Hedlund
Jonathan Cook
Jonathan Page
Jorge Heine
Joseph Camilleri
Julian Cribb
Justin O'Connor
Karl Wilson
Kellie Merritt
Kelsey Munro
Ken Harvey
Kerry Brown
Kim Carr
Kim Oates
Kingsley Liu
Kishore Mahbubani
Li Jianjun
Li Jingjing On her YouTube channel, Jingjing describes herself as a traveler, a diver, a story-teller, a journalist and a Chinese. She invites you join her journey as she travels around the world.
Liz Griffin
Long Live The People
Lotus Ruan
Louisa Bochner
Louise Edwards
Lucy Hamilton
Mack Williams
Malcolm Davis
Marcus Reubenstein
Marilyn Lake
Mark Beeson
Mark Buckley
Mark J. Valencia
Mark Kenny
Martin Painter
Martyn Goddard
Matt Matt's channel, Jayoe, is described as "Hi! I'm Matt. Years ago I decided to leave my normal life behind and pursue a new life. A new life of travel, adventure and a path that will lead me from China to the USA aboard a recumbent human powered trike. Along the way I am checking off my bucket list, meeting amazing people and seeing fantastic places. And I am sharing it with you. This channel is dedicated to sharing my world with you. The highs, the lows and everything in between! JaYoe is a Chinese phrase meaning "to add fuel". That is what I am doing, " Adding Fuel" to my life in the form of travel and adventure. It is my hope that my videos inspire you to add a little fuel to your life as well.
Matthew Butera
Max Blumenthal
Max Hayton
Medea Benjamin
Michael Clarke Michael Clarke describes himself as an experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Lecturing, Academic Writing, Policy Analysis, Social Sciences, and Research. Strong research professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) focused in Asian History and International Relations from Griffith University.
Michael Davis
Michael Easson
Michael Keating
Michael Kelly
Michael Lester
Michael Mazengarb
Michael McKinley
Michael Pembroke
Michael Shoebridge
Michael Tanner
Michael West
Mike Lyons
Mike Scrafton
Mobo Gao
Monthly Review
Nathan Attrill
Nathan Ruser Described as a "Researcher", Ruser`s expertise is apparently in "Satellite data, Open Source intelligence". Open Source Intelligence is a contrived label for the study of publicly available data using quantitative methods. It is popular among intelligence organisations and think tanks. It has been described as "ethical hacking".
Navina Heyden
Neil O'Keefe
Neville Roach
New York Times
Nicholas Rowley
Nick Deane
Nicolas J.S. Davies
Nicole Hersch
Nigel Howard
Noel Turnbull
numuves A Canadian, who briefly dabbled in political YouTube videos before heading off to Asia to teach and travel.
Nury Vittachi
Nury Vittachi
P&I Guest Writers
Patrick Cockburn
Patrick Lawrence
Paul Barratt
Paul Dibb
Paul Keating
Paul Komesaroff
Paul Malone
Paul Strutynski
Pearls and Irritations
Percy Allan
Peter Arkell
Peter Christoff
Peter Dawson
Peter Drysdale
Peter Henning
Peter Jennings
Peter Sainsbury
Peter Varghese
Phill Hynes
Professor Jill Slay AM
Professor John Fitzgerald
Professor John Fitzgerald
Professor John Lee
Project Syndicate
Radio Free Amanda
Ralph Evans
Ramesh Thakur
Ray Bricknell
Renee Jones
Rhonda Boyle
Richard Broinowski
Richard Butler
Richard Cullen
Richard Hil
Richard Tanter
Robert Barwick
Robert Barwick
Robin Boyle
Robyn Read
Rod Lyon
Roger Beale
Rowan Callick
Samantha Hoffman
Samina Yasmeen
Samuel Bendett
Sanjay Barbora
Sarang Shidor
Saul Eslake
Scott Burchill
Shaoquett Moselmane
Sharan Burrow
Shyam Saran
Simon Norton
Sourabh Gupta
South China Morning Post
Stephen Charles
Stephen Darley
Stephen Manallack
Stuart Rees
Su-Lin Tan
Syed Munir Khasru
Tariq Rauf
Teagan Westendorf
Ted Rule
Teow Loon Ti
Terry Slevin
The Economic Times
The Honourable Kim Beazley AC
The Lowy Institute
Theo Fletcher
Tilla Hoja
Tilman Ruff
Tim from Timcast IRL American libertarian and seasoned China hater
Tim Summers
Toby Phillips
Tom Mullins
Tom Switzer
Tom Uren
Tony Browne
Tony Kevin
Tony Smith
Tony Wood
Tracy Beattie
Travers McLeod
True Report
Vicky Xiuzhong Xu Vicky Xiuzhong Xu is an independent researcher, and former journalist with The New York Times and policy analyst with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.
Vijay Prashad
Wanning Sun
William Briggs
William De Maria
William Overholt
Xunpeng Shi
Yew-Chaye Loo
Yu-Book Lim