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The New York Times ate: April 16, 2019 By: Jeremy Engle Before reading the article: What do you know about the Uighurs and their mistreatment by the Chinese government? The Uighurs (pronounced WEE-gers) are a Muslim ethnic minority whose population is concentrated in far western China. Today, roughly 11 million Uighurs are facing what Human Rights […]

Business leaders and intellectuals say one of Beijing’s toughest critics could force the country to change. Still needed: voices of support from the inside. The New York Times Date: April 16, 2019  By: Li Yuan Donald J. Trump has referred to China as “our enemy.” He has called it “a major threat.” “Remember,” he once […]

The Daily Signal Date: April 17, 2019 By: James Carafano / @JJCarafano China is an adversarial power. It seeks to advance at our expense, leaving America—and our friends and allies—less free, less prosperous, and less safe. The same can be said of ISIS, al-Qaeda, and other transnational Islamist terrorist organizations. Beijing is not colluding with these groups, […]

CNBC Date:  Apr 13 2019  By: Fred Kempe KEY POINTS Chinese President Xi Jinping has strengthened his party’s hold domestically while advancing the country’s influence overseas. Experts believe the country’s current goals suggest China wants to fill America’s shoes as the dominant global agenda setter and rulemaker. If China hits its 2021 targets, it would […]

The U.S. secretary of state begins a four-country tour of Latin America with a stop in Chile. Portland Press Herald Date: April 14, 2019 By: Eva Vergara, Associated Prwess SANTIAGO, Chile — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that China’s financing of President Nicolás Maduro’s government is prolonging the crisis in Venezuela. Pompeo […]

Fox Business News Date: April 14, 2019 By Charlie Kirk China is our greatest enemy. When I first said this at an event a few years ago I was met with laughs and protests of disgust from collegeOpens a New Window. students. I was doubted and considered to be “fringe” for having this belief. Now, as we […]

Beijing wants to join the race for Arctic resources and trade routes. The National Interest Date: April 14, 2019  Topic: Security  Region: Asia  Tags: ChinaXi JinpingArcticStrategyWar By: Lyle J. Goldstein A rather odd incident in the annals of U.S.-China relations occurred in September 2015. At the very same time that President Barack Obama decided to drop in for […]

The New York Times By Jane Perlez April 14, 2019 BEIJING — Just as he had on previous trips, Zhu Feng bolted down his lunch at a Los Angeles airport before sprinting to catch his Air China flight back to Beijing. Suddenly, two F.B.I. agents blocked the Chinese scholar at the boarding gate and ordered him […]

In a major ethical leap for the tech world, Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group. The New York Times By Paul Mozur April 14, 2019 The Chinese government has drawn wide international condemnationfor its harsh crackdown on ethnic Muslims in its western region, including […]

The Sidney Morning Herald Date: April 7, 2019 By: Nick McKenzie Two Australian writers, including one now detained in China, were the targets of a Chinese government intelligence operation conducted partly on Australian soil. An investigation by The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and Four Corners can reveal that the Chinese operation was seeking details about former prime minister Malcolm […]