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What the Tiananmen Massacre means in the United States today

June 4, 2024 by Trent England in Foreign Threats

Thirty-five years ago today, the Chinese Communist Party directed its military to crush pro-freedom demonstrators in Beijing. Since that time, the CCP has systematically suppressed information about …

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Sign up for a virtual event on the dangers of TikTok

June 3, 2024 by Harry Roth in Foreign Threats

The Institute of World Politics is hosting an event on the threat posed by TikTok, featuring The Epoch Times Senior Editor Jan Jekielek. The event will take place this Thursday, June 6, at 3:00 p.m. …

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Confucius Institutes: A case study in CCP influence operations

May 29, 2024 by Trent England in Foreign Threats

In 2019, law enforcement reported that “the Chinese government [poses] a particular threat to U.S. academia” and “does not play by the same rules of academic integrity that U.S. educational instituti…

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Can states defend the nation?

April 30, 2024 by Trent England in Foreign Threats

National defense is the ultimate national issue. Yet just as the national government is obliged to defend the states (see Article IV, Section 4, of the Constitution), the states also play key roles i…

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“State Armor” helping states stand up to the Chinese Communist Party

April 30, 2024 by Trent England in Foreign Threats

A group that launched earlier this year is already active in the states, crafting policies that will protect Americans from the Chinese Communist Party and other foreign threats. Michael Lucci create…

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