Communist China and the Free World’s Future


U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo speaking at the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California, July 2020. TRANSCRIPT: GOVERNOR WILSON: Well, thank you very much, Chris. Most generous. I’m not sure your grandfather would have recognized me. I have the great pleasure – in addition to welcoming all of you to the Nixon birthplace and library, I … Read More

TikTok Is Spyware for the Chinese Regime, Cyber Experts Warn


TikTok, the short-video app used by millions of mostly young Americans, cannot be trusted due to its links to the Chinese regime and should be banned, cybersecurity experts warned. The app, owned by Beijing-based internet giant Bytedance Technology Co., has come under intense scrutiny after the Trump administration confirmed that it was mulling a ban on TikTok and other Chinese apps’ U.S. … Read More

Overwhelming Majority Say Time To ‘Decouple’ From China – Forbes


Every U.S. (and allied) company and university must have a revised near-term engagement and decoupling strategy for Communist China (CCP) – whether or not they they currently do business with Communist China Company and university senior leaders (and supply chain) must be trained in the ‘new normal’ Communist China (CCP strategy) of Hybrid Competition (Warfare); the CCP’s nation-state program launched in 1986  The … Read More

US Got China Wrong, But Trump Is Turning Things Around, Expert Says


WASHINGTON—“‘Did we get China wrong?’ The issue to me is resoundingly ‘yes,’” says Bill Gertz, senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon and one of the leading journalists on national-security issues. “The good news is, there has been a major shift by the Trump administration in its focus on China,” Gertz said while speaking at a Defense Forum Foundation luncheon … Read More

How China Systematically Pries Technology From U.S. Companies


Beijing leans on an array of levers to extract intellectual property. DuPont Co. suspected its onetime partner in China was getting hold of its prized chemical technology, and spent more than a year fighting in arbitration trying to make it stop. Then, 20 investigators from China’s antitrust authority showed up. For four days this past December, they fanned out through … Read More