‘Unprecedented’ Security Control in Beijing
A new education bill hits the Arizona state House. It requires students to learn about people who fled communism.
Beijing mandates a growing list of detailed security measures in preparation for the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary. Despite the strict regulations, one man managed to set a fire right in front of China’s Foreign Ministry in Beijing.
Taiwan’s foreign minister outlines the potential for military conflict with Beijing. Two Asia experts give their takes, while a Japanese politician also chimes in.
Is Hong Kong’s freedom dying? Some say it’s alive and well. Activists say they’re regrouping behind an invisible front line—one that’s harder to invade with tear gas and rubber bullets.
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