April 5, 2014

Ending China's Crime Against Humanity

David Kilgour, Epoch Times

The Associated Press

China's harvesting of organs must end.

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April 1, 2014
Say Goodbye to 'Peaceful Reunification'
J. Michael Cole, The Diplomat
Today I saw Taiwan’s future, and I saw its past. Nearly two weeks after the Sunflower Movement occupied the Legislative Yuan in Taipei to protest a controversial services trade pact with China, hundreds of very different... more ››
April 1, 2014
Double Down on Taiwan
Julia Famularo &Terri Giles, The National Interest
This April marks the thirty-fifth anniversary of the enactment of the Taiwan Relations Act. In a resolution affirming the critical importance of the Act, members of Congress note its “instrumental [role] in maintaining peace,... more ››
April 2, 2014
How China Wins the Ukraine Standoff
Artyom Lukin, FPRI
There is one international player that stands to gain from the recent turn of events in Ukraine, regardless of its outcome. This player apparently has nothing to do with the crisis, which has engulfed Russia, the EU and the... more ››
April 1, 2014
Is China Losing Taiwan?
William Pesek, Bloomberg View
Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou is learning a very valuable lesson the hard way: If you want to cozy up to China, it's best not to be too Chinese about it. The point is being driven home by hundreds of thousands of student protesters,... more ››
March 31, 2014
The Chinese Firm That Terrifies the NSA
Kim Zetter, Wired
The NSA’s global spy operation may seem unstoppable, but there’s at least one target that has proven to be a formidable obstacle: the Chinese communications technology firm Huawei, whose growth could threaten the... more ››