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U.S.-China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History

A Speech by Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs David R. Stilwell U.S.-China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History December 13, 2019 Bonnie Glaser: Good afternoon, everyone. I’m Bonnie Glaser. I’m director of the China Power Project here at CSIS. Thank you all for coming today. We’re privileged to have the Assistant Secretary of State, David Stilwell, to give a speech today. Assistant Secretary Stilwell assumed the post of the Assistant Secretary of State for the, […]

U.S. carrots have failed to reform China. It’s time to use sticks.

This was a bad weekend for the Communist Chinese government. The leak of internal documents proving that the government has detained more than 1 million Muslim Uighurs, combined with the violent crackdown on Hong Kong university protesters, again reveals the regime’s true face. The United States cannot stand idly by. China’s government cannot credibly deny its repressive nature. It is bad enough that there is no political freedom and that it censors public expression and the Internet. Its suppression and […]

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Tiananmen 30 years on – China’s great act of ‘forgettance’

By John SudworthBBC News, Beijing 1 June 2019   There are no official acts of remembrance for the events of 1989 in Beijing. But that statement, although factually correct, is far too neutral. In truth, what happened in Tiananmen Square is marked faithfully each year by a massive, national act of what might more properly be called “forgettance”. In the weeks leading up to 4 June, the world’s biggest censorship machine goes into overdrive as a huge dragnet of automated […]

A global anti-Chinese-communism alliance will resist misleading and distorted “Copinism”

By Pingdong Ark,Taiwan News, Contributing Writer 2019/03/19 18:14 The U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on March 13 organized a hearing under the title “A New Approach for an Era of U.S.-China Competition” to review and discuss new policies to meet the rising challenge from China. Conflicts between the United States and China are impossible to avoid, and the experts at the meeting also advocated the U.S. should establish a global alliance to resist China’s “illegal” actions. Because China is good […]