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Jianli Yang: “China’s human rights deficit has contributed to America’s trade deficit with China”

Jianli Yang: “China’s human rights deficit has contributed to America’s trade deficit with China”

To Make America Great Again: Lincoln and Reagan Standing as Shining Examples for President Trump and American People to Follow Speech by Jinali Yang at the Republican Lincoln/Reagan Dinner, Skagit County, State of Washington, USA Thank you Jacquelin for your kind introduction. What an honor to be in the company of you and Mr. Davidson speaking at this Lincoln/Reagan Dinner.

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APHR: Stop Political Harassment of Cambodian Opposition

APHR: Stop Political Harassment of Cambodian Opposition

ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights urge the Cambodian government to stop targeting and attacking members of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) and immediately investigate the death in detention of a former CNRP official. Since Sam Rainsy, the acting leader of the CNRP, announced his plans to return from exile to Cambodia in 2019, the government has intensified a

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Cambodia Entrapped by China’s New Silk Road Dominance

Cambodia Entrapped by China’s New Silk Road Dominance

China’s ambitions for world domination under the presidency of Xi Jinping are well known. In 2013 Xi Jinping, who aims at permanent power, unveiled his huge project for the New Silk Roads (or Belt and Road Initiative), which are no more and no less than new axes of Chinese conquest or penetration throughout the world, under the cover of trade,

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European Republic and citizenship: conversation with Carles Puigdemont

European Republic and citizenship: conversation with Carles Puigdemont

On Saturday 13 April a delegation of the Radical Party composed of Sen. Roberto Rampi, Umberto Gambini and Matteo Angioli, held a second meeting with former President of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont in Waterloo, Belgium. The hour-long meeting ended with several statements collected by Radio Radicale. Matteo Angioli stressed Mr. Puigdemont’s attempt to internationalize the case and the need to engage

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The Rising Cost of Strongman Rule in Cambodia

The Rising Cost of Strongman Rule in Cambodia

Despite boasting unrivaled tourist attractions, large stores of natural resources that could be profitably and responsibly exploited, and one of the world’s youngest labor forces the country’s economy is floundering. And, after 34 years of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s dictatorial rule, Cambodians could soon be facing a higher price. On April 4, a group of international buyers’ associations from the

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Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in support of Radio Radicale

Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in support of Radio Radicale

On 12 April, 50 parliamentarians from 5 groups of 23 Member States of the Strasbourg-based Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, tabled a written declaration, launched by Italian Senator Roberto Rampi, calling on the Council of Europe to urge the Italian Government to reconsider the decision to shut down Radio Radicale by cutting the funding that contributed to the

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Protecting Kem Sokha and Democracy in Cambodia

Protecting Kem Sokha and Democracy in Cambodia

Under the leadership of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, the only opposition party in parliament, the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), was arbitrarily dissolved in 2017 and its leader, Kem Sokha, arrested. This set the scene for rigged elections in July 2018, with all of the seats in the National Assembly being won by the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP).

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