Articles On: Economic Article 5, China’s Olympics, Decoupling, Hegemony, COVID-19, Economic Interests, 1979 Sino-Vietnamese War, Western Companies, Taiwan, and US-China Standoff

Sunday, February 21, 2021

THIS SECTION COLLECTS OPINION PIECES FROM ACROSS THE WORLD COMMENTING ON THE HARMS CAUSED BY THE ACTIVITIES OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY AND PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO THE VARIOUS SOLUTIONS THAT EXPERTS AND LEADERS SUGGEST WE PURSUE TO PROTECT OUR INTERESTS.

 

An ‘Economic Article 5’ to Counter China
by Jonas Parello-Plesner
via Wall Street Journal on February 11, 2021


If the West boycotts China’s Olympics, the Games could end forever. Fingers crossed.
by Charles Lane
via Washington Post on February 16, 2021


Beat China: Targeted Decoupling and the Economic Long War
by Senator Tom Cotton
via U.S. Senate on February 18, 2021


China’s vision of hegemony: the view from India
by Vijay Gokhale
via The Strategist on February 1, 2021


COVID-19’s Origins: Why You Should Not Believe the WHO
by Massimo Introvigne
via Bitter Winter on February 10, 2021


Dealing with China: Will Germany Sacrifice the Promise “Never Again” for Economic Interests?
by Abdulhakim Idris
via Bitter Winter on February 15, 2021


China, unquarantined
by Dan Blumenthal and Nicholas Eberstadt
via American Enterprise Institute on February 16, 2021


How the 1979 Sino-Vietnamese War shaped the course of world history
by Hoang Minh Vu
via Globe on February 17, 2021


Why Western Companies Should Leave China
by Elisabeth Braw
via Foreign Policy on February 17, 2021


Taiwan has no reason to rush to help Germany
by Chang Feng-lin
via Taipei Times on February 9, 2021


The UK cannot attend the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in good conscience
by Hassan Joudi
via Times of London on February 16, 2021


Europe can’t stay neutral in US-China standoff
by Michael Schuman
via Politico on February 16, 2021