Presidential Candidates Dodge Key Issue on China Trade
U.S. presidents have felt they have no choice in dealing with the economic advantage the suppression of human rights gives to China. Multinational companies have profited greatly from the situation. But can a country truly gain advantage off someone else’s slavery?
Interpreting Mitt Romney’s Recent Shift Toward the Center
In recent weeks it appeared that foreign policy would become a contentious issue in the presidential race. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney challenged the veracity of the administration regarding the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, where Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed on Sept. 11.
Presidential Candidates Sidestep Biggest Foreign Policy Issue
In the presidential foreign policy debate Monday, the candidates spent approximately eight minutes talking about China. Meanwhile, mass atrocities are taking place in this troubled giant. We need to ask our candidates to speak up.
What Went Wrong With US China Policy
The United States has grown ever weaker in promoting human rights and democracy in China, while the PRC has grown more assertive in the international arena.
Chinese Regime Lurches Toward Disclosing Organ Harvesting
Where do 10,000 organs for transplantation come from in a country that has no functioning organ donation system? That question has pushed against the Chinese regime’s efforts to cover up the atrocity of forced, live organ harvesting. One excuse and then another has proven useless. Soon, the regime will start ...
Why the Chinese Regime’s Hu Jintao Smiled
The usually somber Hu kept smiling at a reception, while the rest of the Standing Committee members were gloomy.
Human Rights Discussed in Geneva: China’s Internet Blockade Strengthens
The Chinese regime’s great Internet firewall has recently become more difficult to scale. An international human rights meeting in Geneva was the reason why.
Hu Jintao to Retain Control Over Military: Chinese Official
An official close to Chinese top leaders says Hu will continue as Chairman of the Central Military.