Articles On: TikTok and the West's Relationship with China

Sunday, August 30, 2020

A TikTok Ban Is Overdue: Critics say we shouldn’t abandon the ideal of an open internet. But there is such a thing as being a sucker.
by Tim Wu
via The New York Times on August 18, 2020


The U.S. Is Right to Worry About TikTok
by Jordan Schneider
via Lawfare on August 3, 2020


Accountability in the South China Sea: The U.S. imposes sanctions on firms militarizing islands (subscription required)
by The Editorial Board
via Wall Street Journal on August 26, 2020


TikTok Is Inane. China’s Imperial Ambition Is Not. (subscription required)
by Niall Ferguson
via Bloomberg on August 9, 2020


Can We Repair Canada’s Trade Relationship with China?
by Derek H. Burney and Fen Osler Hampson
via The Walrus on June 9, 2020


PM Pulls States into Line on Beijing (subscription required)
by Simon Benson and Geoff Chambers
via The Australian on August 27, 2020​


It’s Time for Western Universities to Cut Their Ties to China (subscription required)
by Salvatore Babones
via Foreign Policy on August 19, 2020


The Pentagon Is Prepared for China: The PLA serves Beijing’s authoritarian goals. The U.S. and our allies are ready to defend every front (subscription required)
by Secretary of Defense Mark Esper
via Wall Street Journal on August 24, 2020 


Unscripted: Beijing’s theatre of the absurd (subscription required)
by Greg Sheridan
via The Australian on August 27, 2020 


Chinese Acquisitions of Western Firms Threaten National Security (subscription required)
by Elisabeth Braw
via Foreign Policy on August 24, 2020