AN OPEN LETTER TO THE LORD MAYOR AND CHAIR OF POLICY OF THE CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION Dear Lord Mayor and Chair of Policy, While for some, Uyghur persecution at the hands of the Chinese authorities may be merely abstract, for me and my family, it is all too real. I am writing to you as UK...
Propaganda is older than the medieval printing press, and every communications innovation increases the propagandists’ reach. Westerners most often think of propaganda coming from its two ardent twentieth-century practitioners: the German Nazis and the Soviet communists. Joseph Goebbels,...
London: The European Commission has hit the pause button on a controversial investment deal with China as a direct result of sanctions Beijing imposed on five British and European MPs who regularly criticised the regime. The decision to suspend “political outreach activities” in China is a...
China and the United States face a growing likelihood of conflict over the status of Taiwan, a contest that current and former officials fear could lead to upheaval unseen since World War II. “I am sure that we are going to be in a kinetic conflict with China in five years,” retired Army Lt....
Deal struck by previous Liberal premier Colin Barnett is with same agency as Victoria’s vetoed belt and road project
An Australian Senate committee is investigating a Bill which would prohibit the importation into Australia of goods from China’s Xinjiang province, as well in other parts of China where it’s been claimed goods are “produced by using forced labour”. China has refuted allegations the state has...
Parliament has unanimously declared that "severe human rights abuses" are occurring against the Uyghur people in Xinjiang, China. A parliamentary motion about China’s actions in Xinjiang was agreed to by all MPs after a debate in the House on Wednesday. The statement called on the Government...