China’s New National Defense Law: Xi, Military Expand Their Power
The revised legislation came into force on January 1 and gives the President and his Central Military Commission new powers to deploy troops to protect the CCP.
From Pompeo to Blinken, A Genocide Is a Genocide
The new Secretary of State destroyed CCP’s hopes that the U.S. position will change. Meanwhile, misguided Western media criticized Pompeo for what he got right.
Genocide in Xinjiang: The Word is No Longer Taboo
The U.S. officially adopted the designation, and in the UK an amendment to prevent trade with genocidal states was narrowly defeated.
The Tai Ji Men Tax Case: An Economist’s View
What happened in Taiwan is important for economists too. It shows exactly how a tax system, confronted with spiritual movements, should not operate.