Articles On: Succession Crisis, Tech, Chinese Communist Party, Cyberattacks, China-US Decoupling Risk, and Federal Government

Sunday, July 25, 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.

 

China's Looming Succession Crisis
by Jude Blanchette and Richard McGregor
via Foreign Affairs on July 20, 2021


China is still a long way from being a superpower
by Gideon Rachman
via Financial Times on July 19, 2021


China Is Killing Its Tech Golden Goose
by Minxin Pei
via Project Syndicate on July 12, 2021


The U.K. Needs a Coherent Approach to China and Tech Security
by Emily Taylor
via World Politics Review on July 20, 2021


Why is China falling behind on breakthrough innovation?
by Qiang Zha
via University World News on July 17, 2021


Can the Chinese Communist Party Endure?
by Guy Sorman
via City Journal on July 19, 2021


The Government’s secrecy over cyber attacks leaves us vulnerable and deluded
by Ciaran Martin
via The Telegraph on July 22, 2021


Markets haven’t even begun to reflect China-US decoupling risks
by George Magnus
via Financial Times via July 20, 2021


The Federal Government Can’t Counter China on Its Own
by Alexander Gray
via National Review on July 12, 2021


To Win Friends and Influence People, America Should Learn From the CCP
by Jim Richardson
via Foreign Policy on July 22, 2021