◎ We believe that Trump and his administration have identified a very real threat to the upcoming U.S. midterm elections.
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◎ Kim may want a second meeting with Trump sooner rather than later.
◎ From Beijing’s perspective, virtually anything the United States does with Taiwan amounts to playing that particular “card.”
◎ In hijacking the new Cold War narrative, the CCP has resorted to old tropes and mixed in new disinformation
◎ Kim’s latest gestures are a positive omen of further advancement in the denuclearization process.
◎ China scholars and policy practitioners increasingly are accepting a painful and long-denied reality: four decades of Western engagement have failed to induce critical changes in the domestic and foreign policies of the Chinese Communist Party.
◎ China could see its international standing diminish as America and Taiwan draw closer and take firmer action to counter the CCP’s Taiwan strategy.
◎ The U.S. recognizes that the China threat is everywhere and existential, and has made addressing the issue the top priority.
◎ The People’s Republic of China has successfully defied the international order and is relentlessly remaking it in its own mold.
◎ We have observed that CCP propaganda assets have been spreading targeted propaganda narratives to influential individuals and organizations in the U.S. in recent months.
◎ The CCP is mortally afraid of ideological confrontation with the U.S. because such confrontation could lead to its collapse.
◎ The Trump administration must utilize creative strategies and tactics to counter CCP propaganda and come out ahead on trade and North Korea.
◎ America prioritizing its relations with the ROC over the PRC is a return to the post-WWII, pre-Nixon state of affairs.
◎ The CCP appears to be gambling that U.S. domestic elections play out in a manner that allows it to avoid a consequential clash with America.