China

The Broken China Model

Column: A weak and unstable China is also more dangerous

Police arrest anti-government protesters at Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityYou see it in the maps. In 2015, 1.4 million Hong Kongers voted in elections in which pro-Beijing candidates swept the city's 18 district councils. Last week 2.9 million Hong Kongers voted and pro-democracy candidates won every district but one. That is an increase in turnout of more than 100 percent and a stunning rebuke both of Beijing and of chief executive Carrie Lam, who has failed to respond adequately to the demands of the pro-democracy movement that has disrupted Hong Kong for the past six months. Maps of the city once shaded pro-mainland blue are now pro-liberty yellow.

Lawmaker Probes Facebook Advertisement Ban of Anti-China News Site

Rep. Banks concerned ban of Epoch Times is part of effort to appease communist China

A lawmaker on the House Armed Services Committee is pressing Facebook to explain why it banned advertisements from a conservative-leaning newspaper that has been known to investigate Chinese human rights abuses, according to a copy of a letter sent to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and exclusively obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Hunter Biden’s China Entanglements Spark Concern in Senate

Investigators probing potential conflict of interest in Hunter Biden's ties to $600 million Chinese takeover

Hunter BidenOfficials from three agencies gave a classified briefing to the chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance about Hunter Biden's business dealings with state-backed Chinese firms, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

Dem Senator: Trump Is Right to Confront China

'I think the mission is right'

A top Senate Democrat complimented President Donald Trump for confronting China over its trade practices and criticized American companies for sacrificing "their values" to appease the communist regime.

Trump Administration Cracks Down on Chinese Diplomats in U.S.

China has blocked American personnel in Beijing from meeting with key assets

U.S. Chinese flagThe Trump administration issued new restrictions on the actions Chinese government diplomats are permitted to take in the United States, a move that comes in response to the communist government blocking American personnel stationed in Beijing from meeting with key assets, according to U.S. officials.