◎ 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 existential threat to the United States from the People’s Republic of China will be the most serious foreign policy challenge confronting Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Mike Pence, and Kamala Harris. The existential threat to the United States from the People’s Republic of China will be the most serious
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◎ The list of China topics Secretary Pompeo discussed in Wisconsin is “disastrous for Beijing.”
◎ China is conducting its most serious military escalation against Taiwan since it fired missiles across the Taiwan Strait in 1996.
◎ 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.
◎ The Trump administration has greatly intensified America’s pushback against China’s expansionism in the South China Sea.
◎ The current situation for Xi and the CCP is bleak in light of the “perfect storm” of domestic and foreign problems facing the regime.
◎ As during the Cold War, the most powerful liberating instrument the free world can provide to the Chinese people is the truth.
◎ Factional fighting in the CCP elite will complicate the digital currency’s implementation.
◎ China’s increasingly aggressive behavior is motivating America’s allies, friends and security partners to cast a wary eye toward China and grasp the revived advantages of collective security led by the United States.
◎ Speculation of a “Xi-Li split” has to be taken with a huge grain of salt in light of political realities and protocol in the CCP regime.
◎ 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
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