A party built around one man is exceedingly difficult to sustain in the long run.
Security forces in Hong Kong made over 180 arrests on the first day after China passed a sweeping new national security law.
The United States and its allies have a moral duty and compelling interest to pressure Beijing to withdraw this law.
Twenty-One Things that Caught My Eye Today: Hong Kong, Helping Foster Children, & More (June 30, 2020)
Hong Kong security law is paving the way for a more authoritarian era, helping foster children, & more.
The designation bars Huawei and ZTE from access to money in the Universal Service Fund, an $8.3 billion account for developing and maintaining secure networks
The world has become freer, more just, more compassionate, gentler, and more equal. But there is clearly room for improvement.
Adam Silver, commissioner of the National Basketball Association, said he hoped to find "mutual respect" between the organization and China following a diplomatic row over Hong Kong protests.
Let’s use the right term: genocide. That label brings with it the responsibility for tougher actions.
The Chinese Communist Party has enacted a law crushing democracy in Hong Kong.
One can’t help but suspect that the anti-Russian sentiment among Democrats is mostly an anti-Trump sentiment.