The latest Wall Street Journal report is further confirmation that TikTok’s activity calls for a different response.
The U.S. sanctions regime has hit a vulnerable point in a true CCP atrocity: its mass slave-labor scheme in Xinjiang.
Affixing labels that more clearly show the affiliations of state-backed accounts is a good step, but it does not cut to the core of the problem.
What Trump will do about China in a second term — and what Biden might do in a first term, for that matter — is anyone’s guess.
The American crackdown on the popular social-media app has invited specious comparisons to China's model of censorship.
Whether out of opportunism or sincere concern for Internet freedom, the social-media magnate has begun to more forcefully condemn the Chinese government.
The situation in Xinjiang represents one of this century’s most widespread mass atrocities, and the Chinese Communist Party is covering it up.