Dr. Jianli Yang, a former political prisoner of China and a Tiananmen Massacre survivor, is founder and president of Citizen Power Initiatives for China and the author of For Us, The Living: A Journey to Shine the Light on Truth.
The return of Maoist-style agricultural communes in China are a foreboding sign of a return to the China of half a century ago.
Xueli Wang & Jianli YangMarch 14, 2023
Xi Jinping is rolling out strategy to prohibit “western influences” in Chinese society from repeating so-called Color Revolutions such as those in the post-USSR.
Jianli Yang & Xueli WangAugust 29, 2022
Xi Jinping is watching the Ukrainian invasion closely and is strategizing his long-term interactions with the democratic world based on the West’s response.
Jianli Yang & Yan YuJuly 8, 2022
The fact that President Joe Biden chose South Korea as the first stop of his first Asian tour since his inauguration is significant. Washington and Seoul are seeking to upgrade their military alliance into a “comprehensive global strategic alliance.”
Jianli Yang & Xueli WangJune 16, 2022
Xi understands well that if Putin’s regime falls, China will lose an important bulwark.
Jianli Yang & Lianchao HanApril 7, 2022
If any government has the most need to know COVID-19’s origin, it is the Chinese government ruled by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s general secretary, Xi Jinping.
Austin Lin & Jianli YangFebruary 21, 2022
The Chinese Communist Party not only governs Tibet but also exploits the region as a dumping ground for toxic waste. And it has failed to provide Tibet with the resources needed to protect its fragile ecosystem and unique biome.
Jianli YangDecember 28, 2021
“Strategic ambiguity” does not accurately describe the US policy on Taiwan that has been executed by successive Republican and Democratic administrations over the past 40-some years. A better description would be “strategic tacitness.”
Jianli YangOctober 27, 2021
Chinese President Xi Jinping has revived a decades-old term to refer to a key goal that China is now eager to achieve: “common prosperity.”
Jianli YangOctober 8, 2021
China is brimming with optimism about the Taliban in Afghanistan. But a bombing that killed scores of people, including 13 American troops, outside the Kabul airport on August 26 has led many to distrust the Islamic group’s promise to not let anyone use the land-locked country’s soil to target another.
Jianli YangSeptember 16, 2021