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Taipei Times Date: May 21, 2019 By: Reuters, NEW YORK Alphabet’s Google has suspended business with Huawei Technologies Co (華為) that requires the transfer of hardware, software and technical services except those publicly available via open source licensing, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Sunday, in a blow to the Chinese technology […]

Xi Jinping’s foresight that the future is digital helped China push ahead in the race to harness the power of the internet, much of it in covert operations, to sharpen its military edge and economic competitiveness South China Morning Post  By: Daniel Wagner   Date: 7 Mar, 2019 From the time he assumed power in 2012, […]

France 24 By: Angélique FORGET|Antoine VÉDEILHÉ In China’s northwestern Xinjiang region, more than one million ethnic Uighurs are believed to be held in internment camps. The authorities call them “re-education through labour camps”, but victims say the reality is forced indoctrination for Uighurs held in alarming conditions. From China to Canada, via Turkey and France, […]

THE WOMAN REMEMBERS the first time she got a smartphone. Wired Date: May 9, 2019 By: Sobel Cockerall ABOUT THIS STORY This article is a co-production with Coda’s Authoritarian Tech channel. It was 2011, and she was living in Hotan, an oasis town in Xinjiang, in northwest China. The 30-year-old, Nurjamal Atawula, loved to take pictures of […]

CNN Date: May 9, 2019 By: Matt Rivers and Lily Lee, CNN Almaty, Kazakhstan (CNN)   Overflowing toilets in overcrowded cells. Food and sleep deprivation. Forced injections. As she witnessed horror after horror and was told of others, Sayragul Sauytbay, who says she was a former employee inside one of China’s sprawling network of alleged detention […]

Fox News Date: May 10, 2019 By: ROB GILLIES | Associated Press TORONTO – Former U.S. national security adviser H.R. McMaster said Thursday China’s treatment of two detained Canadians is a telling example of how China is a threat to the liberal international order. The retired lieutenant general who served as President Donald Trump’s national […]

Market Watch Date: May 10, 2019 By: Marketwatch and Associated Press Asian shares saw a mostly positive session Friday, led by a rally for the Shanghai Composite as some investors grew hopeful that China and the U.S. would carve out a trade deal, though there was some speculation Chinese officials may have intervened to boost […]

Washington Examiner Date: May 05, 2019 By: Tom Rogan   In his new book “The Shadow War,” CNN’s Chief National Security correspondent Jim Sciutto explores China and Russia’s secret war against the U.S.-led international order. Though readable and well-sourced, the book isn’t comfortable reading. Because it makes clear that America’s top adversaries are winning silent but […]

Can it be avoided? The National Interest Date: May 4, 2019   By: James Holmes The Black Sea bumping incident amounted to little as diplomatic fracases go. In part that’s because the setting differed markedly from the Western Pacific today. The U.S. task force cruised along mainland Soviet shores where no one disputed Moscow’s sovereignty. This […]

The Washington Post Date: May 4. 2019 By: Editorial Board IN RECENT months, the world has slowly awakened to the extraordinary campaign of cultural genocide China is conducting against Muslims in its western Xinjiang region. As many as 1 million people have been confined to concentration camps where they are forced to renounce their religious […]