Daria Impionbato’s research includes human rights and technology, Chinese public and foreign policy and the role of communications and new media in international politics. She has worked extensively on the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Xinjiang Data Project. She currently focuses on Beijing’s propaganda apparatus and international discourse power competition. Her media mentions include comments on human rights abuses in Xinjiang, state-backed online censorship and surveillance, as well as the European Union’s relations with China, among other things.
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