Beijing’s courtship of Israel has been canny and effective
The CCP is by far the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet. Is that a problem?
How fear of admitting error in trusting China’s coronavirus propaganda is driving Western societies into a doom spiral
Led by Trita Parsi and backed by Charles Koch and George Soros, the Quincy Institute seeks to redefine the contours of American foreign policy in the Middle East, China—and beyond
With ‘rivals’ like Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell, Beijing doesn’t need friends
The U.S. secretary of state and his regional envoy Robert Malley played in the sandbox together as children in Paris but speak different languages when it comes to American foreign policy. The results may be the same.
A celebrity ad campaign featuring J.Lo and Lady Gaga promoting ‘wellness’ buildings has a backstory that winds through Wall Street, the Clinton Foundation, and China
Growing indications that viral enhancement research gone awry is still in play as a possible cause of the pandemic
The deal that the American elite chose to make with China has a precedent in the history of Athens and Sparta
A decade-old Tom Friedman column serves as a Rosetta stone for the elite embrace of China; with comment from Tom Friedman
An excerpt from David Goldman’s new book: ‘You Will Be Assimilated: China’s Plan to Sino-Form the World’
David Goldman’s new book rings an urgent alarm on China’s plans for global takeover but misses the communist regime’s vulnerability
The tech monopolies and other U.S. elites are too heavily invested in the CCP to allow Trump’s ‘decoupling’
The corporate, tech, and media elites will not allow the president to come between them and Chinese money
Inside the CCP’s use of social media bots and other disinformation tactics to promote its own response to the coronavirus pandemic and attack its critics
China’s drive for supremacy is now underway in the Middle East—and it won’t end there
In matters of trade and manufacturing, the United States has not been the naive victim of cunning Chinese masterminds. We asked for this.
The Chinese Communist Party leadership believe they are in the midst of an ‘intense, ideological struggle’ for survival and that to win they must defeat the West
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