Biden Slips Further Back to Failed China Policies
Biden has edged back to the accommodation policies of the Clinton and Obama administrations.
The Post-pandemic New Order in US-China Relations
◎ President Trump has frequently expressed frustration over China’s dishonesty and noncooperation from the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
Taiwan: China’s Nemesis Could be the WHO’s Salvation
◎ Taiwan’s can-do spirit has enabled it to stay healthy and safe without having to close down its economy during the coronavirus epidemic.
Kissinger’s Post-pandemic World Order and the Demise of the Chinese Communist Party
◎ Kissinger instructs U.S. officials not to neglect “the urgent task of launching a parallel enterprise for the transition to the post-coronavirus order.”
Donald Trump as Winston Churchill?
◎ America is confronting a multidimensional and existential challenge from Communist China and must respond not only with economic, military and other national security means, but also on the ideological level.
The Wuhan Virus and Regime Change in Washington
◎ Things are happening on a range of contentious issues in the U.S.-China relationship.
China’s Irresponsible Behavior on Virus Shouldn’t Overshadow its Actions in Hong Kong
◎ An immediate China-centric crisis should not distract the international community from other dangerous situations created by Beijing’s communist government.
China’s Communist Party Makes the Chinese — and the World — Sick
◎ There long have been more than sufficient moral and security reasons to press for major political reform in China.
Trump’s ‘Two Steps Forward, One Step Backward’ Strategy with China
◎ While the gyrations of U.S.-China relations may seem unpredictable sometimes, the Trump administration clearly recognizes the unprecedented existential threat that Communist China poses to American values and interests.
Trump and Congress Should Partner on China’s Human Rights — and on Taiwan
◎ Trump could strike a decisive blow for political reform in both China and North Korea by seizing on the building congressional momentum on human rights.