Monthly Archives: August 2019

Xi’s Hong Kong Options – and Ours

Xi’s Hong Kong Options – and Ours

On 7 August Yang Jianli and Aaron Rhode published an article on “The American Interest” explaining why Hong Kong can show Xi Jinping that repressing freedom is a no-win proposition. On August 5, a day of unprecedented strikes and demonstrations, thousands of mostly young Hong Kongers gathered around the offices of the Legislative Council, near Admiralty station on Hong Kong

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A Special Relationship and a Special Responsibility to Stop Iranian Aggression Together

A Special Relationship and a Special Responsibility to Stop Iranian Aggression Together

United Against Nuclear Iran published several recommendations for a joint U.S.-U.K. Iran Strategy. As Boris Johnson takes over as prime minister of the United Kingdom and Dominic Raab begins his tenure as foreign secretary, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) is releasing a strategy paper recommending ways the U.K. and the U.S. can work together to combat the Islamic Republic’s hegemonic

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China’s Cambodian Invasion

China’s Cambodian Invasion

It has long been feared that Cambodia’s growing dependence on China – its largest aid donor, investor, and creditor – would lead to a Chinese military presence in the country. According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, those fears are now coming true. Like a gambler reliant on a loan shark, Cambodia has, in recent years, racked up massive,

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UANI Statement on Temporary Oil Waivers Given to Countries Operating In Iran

UANI Statement on Temporary Oil Waivers Given to Countries Operating In Iran

United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) Chairman Senator Joseph I. Lieberman and CEO Ambassador Mark D. Wallace released the following statement today after it was announced which eight countries (China, India, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey) would be receiving temporary oil sanctions waivers in Iran: The civil nuclear cooperation waivers under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)

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