Michael Sobolik

Michael Sobolik is a former congressional staffer and a foreign policy analyst in Washington, DC.

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Though the Powerful Ignore Genocide, Have Hope - Uyghur Forced Labor Act
Though the Powerful Ignore Genocide, Have Hope

That is my hope for this Christmas: in the midst of indifference to a genocide, Jesus’ word speaks judgment, comfort, and rest. God is not indifferent, cold, or distant. He entered the world amidst bloodshed, and he sits sovereign over it now. So, the weary world rejoices.

Rereading the Good Samaritan after the Insurrection
Rereading the Good Samaritan after the Insurrection

Even now, months past, our nation remains in peril. While America banded together in unity after September 11, we are today in the throes of disunion.

Ep. 51: Confrontations with China — on Huawei, COVID-19, and More

Michael Sobolik, a fellow in Indo-Pacific Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC, speaks with Mark Melton…

New Battle Lines over Freedom in Hong Kong
New Battle Lines over Freedom in Hong Kong

The United States must make it abundantly clear that the Chinese Communist Party can no longer enjoy the benefits of American policy without fulfilling its obligations.

Sign the Law, Stand with Hong Kong

It is tempting for presidents, who are the final arbiters of exercising state power in foreign affairs, to view the material realm as destiny. But ideas and principles have power too, often above and beyond the visible.