Articles On: Hong Kong, Oxford, Wikimedia, Intelligence, Reciprocity, and Covid-19 Journalist

Sunday, October 4, 2020
ARTICLEs that illuminate the lack of personal freedom and political liberty under the Chinese Communist Party.

 

VIDEO – China, Hong Kong, and the Future of Freedom: Director Condoleezza Rice and Lord Chris Patten
by Condoleezza Rice, Chris Patten and Larry Diamond
via Hoover Institution, September 23, 2020


Hong Kong protests: police ban anti-government march planned for National Day by Civil Human Rights Front
by Tony Cheung
via South China Morning Post, September 25, 2020


Oxford moves to protect students from China's Hong Kong security law
by Patrick Wintour
via The Guardian, September 28, 2020


Beijing blocked Wikimedia from a UN agency because of ‘Taiwan-related issues’
by Mary Hui
via Quartz, September 25, 2020


The China Deep Dive: A Report on the Intelligence Community’s Capabilities and Competencies with Respect to the People’s Republic of China
by House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
via U.S. House of Representatives, September 29, 2020


Calling for “reciprocity” is not making China or the West happier
via The Economist, September 24, 2020


Wuhan Covid journalist missing since February found, says friend
by Helen Davidson
via The Guardian, September 24, 2020