Tag: Xi

China’s Xi Will Kill the Golden Goose

Commentary Although China can look back on an economic miracle, its future seems highly encumbered. Even with the best policies coming out of Beijing, aging demographics and the natural tendency for development to slow the pace of growth would have their effects, as would the legacy of past policy errors, such as residential overbuilding. Still,…


Xi and Putin Agree to China-Russia ‘Strategic Coordination’

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) General Secretary Xi Jinping reaffirmed China’s commitment to Russia during a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin June 15, according to Chinese state-owned media. “China is willing to work with Russia to continue supporting each other on their respective core interests concerning sovereignty and security,” Xi said, “as well as…


China’s Xi Orders Military to Prepare for ‘Non-War’ Operations

China’s ruling communist regime will prepare its military to carry out wide-sweeping actions falling short of war, in accordance with new orders delivered by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) General Secretary Xi Jinping. The orders dictate that the CCP’s military wing adopt an outline of 59 separate regulations on a trial basis, according to state-run news…


China Unveils Global Security Initiative: A Move Toward CCP-Led Globalism

News Analysis At the Boao Forum last month, Chinese leader Xi Jinping blamed America for war and the global economy’s state, without actually naming the United States, while unveiling the “Global Security Initiative.” This is another vague plan for Beijing’s global expansion. The Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) is an annual Chinese-led forum of 28…


Global Security With Chinese Characteristics

Commentary Chinese leader Xi Jinping presses his case for world leadership through a “global security initiative.” But flowery words mask the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) real intentions. Another day, another communist Chinese grand initiative. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Made in China 2025, Digital Silk Road (and “Digital China”), Polar Silk Road, etc. This…


The Man Plotting to Overthrow the CCP

Commentary If China’s economic growth takes a nosedive, then Xi Jinping could find himself forcibly removed from office, according to Michael Shoebridge, a well-respected security expert. In an interesting interview with the Daily Mail, Shoebridge, director of defense, strategy, and national security at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, said Xi’s safety is only guaranteed if the Chinese Communist…


China’s Xi Is ‘A Silent Partner’ in Putin’s Aggression in Ukraine: CIA Director

CIA Director William Burns on April 15 called out China as a “silent partner in Putin’s aggression,” warning that the war in Ukraine would proceed with continued bloodshed. The Chinese regime poses the “greatest challenge” and “most profound test” that the agency has ever faced, Burns warned in his first public speech as CIA director…


The Xi-Biden Call: What Needs to Be Said When a Gangster Is on the Line

Commentary Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather” has many lessons to teach us about international politics and the U.S. position in the world. There is a scene where the Don, played by Marlon Brando, and his consigliere, played by Robert Duvall, are discussing the meeting they just had with New York’s five mafia families. The Don…


Biden Warns Xi in Call on Aiding Russia; White House Dodges Questions on Hunter Biden Laptop ; Dems Push to Tax Big Oil Companies | NTD Evening News

President Joe Biden and China’s Xi Jinping held a lengthy talk on Ukraine on Mar. 18. The White House was asked about a laptop owned by Biden’s son, Hunter. Democrats on the hill have proposed a bill that would increase taxes on large oil companies.


Biden Warns Xi in Call on Aiding Russia; Dems Push to Tax Big Oil Companies | NTD Evening News

President Joe Biden and China’s Xi Jinping held a lengthy talk on Ukraine, the White House was asked about a laptop owned by Biden’s son, Hunter, and Democrats on the Hill have proposed a bill that would increase taxes on large oil companies.