The U.S. is equipping Taiwan with anti-ship missiles, air-defense capabilities, and drones to inflict severe losses if China attacks the island.
The White House has repeatedly declined to throw its weight behind legislation addressing Beijing’s mass atrocities.
A narrow window — between Taiwan’s 2024 presidential election in January and the U.S. election ten months later — could be particularly perilous.
Democrats made legislative fixes last night but didn’t address the missing Uyghur provision.
Democrats have quietly excised a provision that sought to prevent funding from going to Chinese companies implicated in a 21st-century genocide.
It would be a grave mistake for Google to endorse its employees’ wariness of working to advance U.S. national security.
Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley is expected to deliver a full-throated defense of capitalism during a speech at the Heritage Foundation this morning.
Calling Beijing’s uniquely evil campaign against Uyghurs by its true name
Twitter still hasn’t explained whether the suspensions had anything to do with the publisher’s work on Chinese political influence.
Why did the White House cancel a hypersonic-missile test ahead of President Biden’s meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin in June?