(SSD) 國家安全廳: A province-level intelligence state security agency, including each State Security Department operating in a province, municipality, or autonomous region. During National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in 2018, State Security Department in each region began to be re-designated to State Security Committee, which is subordinated to a local Party Committee.
How the CCP Sees the Riots in Washington: “The End of the U.S. Is At Hand”
Beyond propaganda comparisons with Hong Kong protests, Party ideologists believe the United States will collapse as the Soviet Union did.
The China-Myanmar Border Wall: Why the CCP Needs It
It is not only to prevent “dissidents” from escaping China, or Chinese to go gambling in Myanmar. It is also a barrier against Christianity.
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.