Beijing sees the monarch as a symbol of colonial occupation. But in an irony of history, many in Hong Kong see symbols of Britain as signs of, dare they say it, independence.
The Chinese Communist Party’s controls the mainland population partly by creating situations where people self-censor. Already there are signs of that in Hong Kong. Many signs.
An unsealed affidavit provides an extraordinary window into Beijing’s pursuit of American research—and researchers.
John Bolton described a president perfectly fine with concentration camps being built in western China. Administration officials say it’s painfully true.
The Trump administration has shown its allies once again—this time India’s Narendra Modi—that when push comes to shove, it backs away.
Counter-terror on a shoestring will empower Washington’s major adversaries.
Global Times editor Hu Xijin demonstrated at Tiananmen, but 30 years on he’s the Chinese Communist Party’s most blatant shill.