Articles On: NBA, Genghis Khan Exhibit, Australian State Premier, U.S. Think Tanks, Election Security, and Research Paper

Sunday, October 18, 2020

THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY WAGES A SERIES OF FOREIGN INTERFERENCE AND COERCION CAMPAIGNS AND THIS SECTION PROVIDES ARTICLES AND REPORTS EXPLAINING THOSE ACTIONS, AS WELL AS THE DAMAGE THEY DO ABROAD.

 

NBA China Names Veteran CEO as League Still Faces Broadcast Ban
by Shirley Zhao
via Bloomberg, May 12, 2020


ESPN investigation finds coaches at NBA China academies complained of player abuse, lack of schooling
by Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada
via ESPN, July 29, 2020


China’s CCTV airs NBA Finals Game 5 live; first NBA broadcast in country in more than a year
by Brian Windhorst
via ESPN, October 9, 2020


Mark Cuban condemns human rights violations worldwide, but 'OK doing business with China'
by Joe Concha
via The Hill, October 12, 2020


Daryl Morey, Who Changed the NBA in Houston and China, Is Leaving the Rockets
by Ben Cohen
via Wall Street Journal, October 15, 2020


Chinese envoy Cong Peiwu warns Canada against granting asylum to Hong Kong protesters
by Ian Young
via South China Morning Post, October 16, 2020


French Genghis Khan exhibit put off over interference claims
via AP News, October 13, 2020


Australian state premier had secret relationship with China-linked politician
by Kirsty Needham
via Reuters, October 11, 2020


On Transparency and Foreign Funding of U.S. Think Tanks
by Michael R. Pompeo
via U.S. Department of State, October 13, 2020


VIDEO - National Security and Election Security: A Discussion with DOJ Assistant Attorney General John Demers
by Daniel McKivergan and John Demers
via Hudson Institute, October 8, 2020


Dismayed' academics rally behind Anne-Marie Brady over China research paper
via Stuff News, October 9, 2020