Articles On: Weaponize Trade, Taiwan, LinkedIn, Harvard, Huawei, US Equity ETF, Lithuania, Baltic Countries, India, Economic Freedom, and Hong Kong Universities

Sunday, October 17, 2021

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.

 

China’s bid to ‘weaponise trade’ crumbles as it turns to Australia despite ban
by Su-Lin Tan
via South China Morning Post on October 8, 2021


Taiwan will not bow to China, vows Tsai Ing-wen during national day celebrations
by Richard Lloyd Parry
via Sunday Times on October 11, 2021


China’s Xi vows peaceful ‘unification’ with Taiwan, days after sending a surge of warplanes near the island
by Adela Suliman
via Washington Post on October 9, 2021


LinkedIn avoids key questions on China censorship
by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian
via Axios on October 12, 2021


Amid U.S.-China Chill, Harvard Moves a Top Language Program to Taiwan
by Amy Qin
via New York Times on October 13, 2021


Huawei Rejected by Three in Four Canadians on Eve of 5G Decision
by Natalie Obiko Pearson
via Bloomberg on October 11, 2021


Up to a quarter of US equity ETF revenues derived from China
by Steve Johnson
via Financial Times on October 4, 2021


How little Lithuania dragged the EU into its showdown with China
by Stuart Lau
via Politico on October 6, 2012


Pen America Decries LinkedIn’s Apparent State-Influenced Censorship
via Pen America on September 29, 2021


Foreign Secretary to back Baltic countries to challenge the threat posed by Russia, Belarus and China
via United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office on October 11, 2021


India rejects China stand on VP’s Arunachal tour
by Rezaul H. Laskar
via The Hindustan Times on October 14, 2021


AUDIO — Think Globally, Act Locally: China’s Local Diplomacy Strategy
by Bonnie S. Glaser and Mareike Ohlberg
via German Marshall Fund of the United States on October 12, 2021


How China’s Economic Freedom Deficit Distorts Markets Beyond Its Borders
by Anthony B. Kim
via Washington Examiner on October 11, 2021


In Post-American Central Asia, Russia and China are Tightening Their Grip
by Bradley Jardine and Edward Lemon
via War on the Rocks on October 7, 2021


The China Challenge
by Robert Kuttner
via The American Prospect on October 5, 2021


Hong Kong university hires US law firm to seek Tiananmen statue’s removal
by Thomas Chan
via Financial Times on October 8, 2021


The Race for Semiconductors Supremacy: China Versus an Emerging Democratic Alliance
by Andy Keiser and Michael Lumpkin
via Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress on October 2021