CCP Domestic Policy

 

Reclaiming the Providence for America

On Tuesday, August 31, 2021, The Settlement Project with other co sponsors, hosted a one-day meeting, among fifteen serious and distinguished participants from the Washington D.C. and New York areas. The conference followed a simple format with a 2 hour ...
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Elements of CCP Hostility to “the West”

All philosophies of resentment must have ties to legitimate grievances. Communist and post Communist efforts to destroy stable societies, either by domestic savagery and agitation, or from external hostile powers waging war by every means (including non-military), would not have ...
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Author Bill Gertz on China and his most recent work, Deceiving the Sky

Bill Gertz is an internationally recognized national security journalist, currently National Security Correspondent for The Washington Times He is the author of eight books, four of which were New York Times bestsellers. His most recent book is Deceiving the Sky: Inside Communist China’s ...
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‘Social credit’ scoring: How the CCP is incentivizing repression

From Hong Kong Free Press February 27, 2019 Photo credit: Burst/Pexels But there is an even more disturbing dimension to the social credit phenomenon: The ways in which it may incentivise citizens to act as enforcers for the authoritarian party-state ...
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‘Social credit score’: China set to roll out ‘Orwellian’ mass surveillance tool

By Bill Gertz From The Washington Times December 9, 2019 Media credit: AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein China is developing a new high-tech system of mass surveillance and coercion aimed suppressing political dissent among its 1.4 billion people, while forcing American and ...
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A Brief History of China’s One-Child Policy

By Aaron Sarin From Quillette November 25, 2020 Photo Credit: Quillette.com Liu Fang once had the job of policing the women in her village. She made sure that none of them gave birth to a second child unless their first ...
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US Lawmakers Prepare Bill Aiming to Stop Forced Organ Harvesting in China

By Emel Akan From The Epoch Times November 23, 2020 Doctors carry fresh organs for transplant at a hospital in Henan Province, China, on Aug. 16, 2012. (Screenshot via Sohu.com) WASHINGTON—U.S. lawmakers are working toward new legislation that would hold ...
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