Articles On: Tibet, US-Taiwanese Relationship, Humanitarian Concern, International Relations, Asian NATO, Australia, and Hacking Threat

Sunday, October 4, 2020

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 Has a New Plan to Tame Tibet
by Adrian Zenz
via The New York Times, September 24, 2020


The Painful, But Necessary, Next Steps in The U.S.-Taiwanese Relationship
by Michael A. Hunzeker and Dennis L. Weng
via War on the Rocks, September 24, 2020


Primary Jurisdiction of Humanitarian Concern
by Michael Sobolik
via American Foreign Policy Council, September 2020


The Anglosphere holds the key to the future of international relations
by John C. Hulsman
via CapX, September 28, 2020


Don’t Let China Conclude Its Opportunity Is ‘Now or Never’
by James Holmes
via U.S. Naval Institute, September 2020


An Asian NATO? The US has better options for its allies
by Hal Brands
via AEI, September 23, 2020


AUDIO – How does Australia balance its economic dependency on China with its democratic values?
by Daniel Hurst
via The Guardian


The Real Hacking Threat
by Elisabeth Braw
via Foreign Policy, September 25, 2020