◎ A continued Trump presidency is Communist China’s worst nightmare.
◎ The media’s irresponsible decision to play “kingmaker” boosts the CCP’s efforts to undermine America’s democratic system and its standing in the free world.
◎ The CCP is concerned about the rapidly worsening Chinese economy and fearful of escalating “new cold war” with the United States.
◎ The storm of negative sentiment towards China reflects a trend of shrinking tolerance for the CCP around the world.
◎ How U.S. political drama could see political Black Swans take flight in China.
◎ The list of China topics Secretary Pompeo discussed in Wisconsin is “disastrous for Beijing.”
◎ The stark contrast between the Biden and Trump programs offers some insight as to why CCP leaders would favor a Biden presidency come next January.
◎ India and her allies could pursue non-kinetic and indirect means to defuse border tensions before they boil over.
◎ Countries, companies, and individuals would do well to “distrust and verify” in their dealings with the world’s last major communist state.