Tag: China

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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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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China’s grip on Cambodia creates double danger

China’s grip on Cambodia creates double danger

French version below In the name of the millions of Cambodians who support the position of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) in favour of a free, democratic, neutral and pacific Cambodia, I firmly condemn the announcement by the illegal and dictatorial Prime Minister Hun Sen on Cambodia’s purchase of “tens of thousands of extra weapons” from China for $40

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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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Jianli Yang’s speech at the commemoration of  60th anniversary of the Tibetan uprising

Jianli Yang’s speech at the commemoration of 60th anniversary of the Tibetan uprising

On March 10, Chinese dissident Jianli Yang, a member of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law “Marco Pannella” and of the Nonviolent Radical Party, gave a speech in Dharamsala, India, seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile, during the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Tibetan uprising, which occurred in 1959 against the invasion of Communist China which forced

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Xi Jinping’s Nationalism: inward and outward

Xi Jinping’s Nationalism: inward and outward

When Xi Jinping first took power in 2012, Chinese society was politically, economically, sociologically, and even sentimentally broken into Chinas. One is China, Inc. consisting of the political, economic, social, and cultural elite bonded together by corruption and maintained the one-party oligarchy, and the other China of over 1 billion Chinese “shitizens”, virtually enslaved by China, Inc. They were not

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Why the unusual speed of Canadian’s death sentence in China?

Why the unusual speed of Canadian’s death sentence in China?

“It is very unusual for a Chinese court to pronounce a death sentence only one hour after the end of the trial” said to Deutsche Welle an utterly surprised attorney Zhang Dongshuo after the Dalian People’s Intermediate Tribunal – a city in north-eastern China – sentenced to death for drug trafficking Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, a 36-year old Canadian citizen. It

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