◎ The following analysis was first published in the May 3, 2021 edition of our subscriber-only SinoWeekly Plus newsletter. Subscribe to SinoInsider to view past analyses in our newsletter archive.
◎ 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.
Geopolitics Watch: The CCP Turns Global Attention Away From Strengthening US-Taiwan Ties with Hong Kong Arrests
◎ The following analysis was first published in the Aug. 13 edition of our subscriber-only SinoWeekly Plus newsletter. Subscribe to SinoInsider to view past analyses in our newsletter archive.
◎ Critics say that the Trump administration has no China strategy. An appraisal of the Trump administration’s China moves since 2017 reveals the exact opposite.
◎ Sanctioning high-level PRC officials is a part of what appears to be a U.S. strategy to either contain or even “roll back” the Communist Party’s global influence.
◎ The current Sino-U.S. conflict is not just a trade war or a tech war, but a critical battle of ideology, value systems, and morality.