1.  Xue, Y., Hasmath, R. and Wang, J. (2023) “Perceptions and Trust: Chinese Views of Canada and Australia Amid Geopolitical Tensions”, Article, The Interpreter, 23 June.

2.  Hasmath, R. (2021) “How to Engage with China Over its Treatment of Uyghurs”, Article, The Conversation, 23 March.

3.  Hasmath, R. and Fullbrook, M. (2020) “To Ensure Better Representation, Canada Should Follow Nasdaq’s Board Diversity Proposals”, Opinion Article, The Globe and Mail, 24 December, p. B4.

4.  Hasmath, R., Hildebrandt, T., Hsu, C., Hsu, J. and Teets, J. (2020) “Not Everyone in China Thought the Government Could Handle the Coronavirus”, Article, The Washington Post, 17 April.

5.  Hasmath, R. and Hsu, J. (2019) “How Chinese Norms are Going Global”, Article, The Diplomat Magazine, 16 November.

6.  Hasmath, R. (2018) “What are the Reasons Behind Rising Ethnic Minority Violence in Xinjiang?”, Commentary Article, The Asia Dialogue, 27 April.

7.  Hsu J. and Hasmath, R. (2017) “The Overseas NGO Law and its Effects on Chinese NGOs' Contribution to Global Development”, Commentary Article, The Asia Dialogue, 16 February.

8.  Hasmath, R. (2016) “China’s NGOs Go Global”, Article, The Diplomat Magazine, 23 March.

9.  Hasmath, R. (2016) “The Pros and Cons of China’s NGO Laws”, Article, The Diplomat Magazine, 22 March.

10.  Hasmath, R. (2016) “What Explains the Rise of Ethnic Minority Tensions in China?”, Commentary Article, The Asia Dialogue, 11 March.

11.  Hsu, J. and Hasmath, R. (2014) “Prospects and Realities for Chinese NGOs”, Article, China in Focus Magazine

12.  Hasmath, R. (2013) “Ethnic Violence and the Rise of Uyghur Tensions in China”, Article, The Conversation, 15 November.

13.  Hasmath, R. (2013) “The New Political Regime in China: Is it Business as Usual?”, Commentary Article, Politics in Spires, 6 August.

14.  Hasmath, R. (2013) “Responses to Xinjiang Ethnic Unrest Do Not Address Underlying Causes”, Commentary Article, South China Morning Post, 5 July.

15.  Hasmath, R. (2012) “Red China’s Iron Grip on Power: Communist Party Continues Repression”, Commentary Article, The Washington Times, 9 November [Online]; 12 November, p. B4.

16.  Hasmath, R. (2009) “Development Must Put the People First”, Commentary Article, South China Morning Post, 3 October, p. 10.

17.  Hasmath, R. (2009) “Reflections on [China] Turning 60”, Opinion, Taipei Times, 1 October, p. 8.

18.  Hasmath, R. (2007) “Global Big Business and Labour Standards: A Positive Connection”, Review Article, Singapore Strait Times, 6 June, p. 27.

19.  Hasmath, R. (2007) “Good Education Still Leaves Minorities Out”, Opinion Article, The China Daily, 20 March, Hong Kong Edition, p. 13; Mainland Edition, p. 11.

20.  Hasmath, R. (2007) “Younger Generation has its Own Identity”, Editorial Article, Taipei Times, 28 February, p. 8.

21.  Hasmath, R. (2007) “The Flaw is in the System”, Opinion, The Globe and Mail, 27 February, p. A18.

22.  Hasmath, R. (2007) “NGOs Should Start by Improving Themselves”, Opinion Article, The China Daily, 4 January, Hong Kong Edition, p. 10; Mainland Edition, p. 11.

23.  Hasmath, R. and Hsu, J. (2001) “Australian Immigration”, Opinion, The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 April.