China has called on its biggest state firms to take a more active role in Hong K...
Peter MattisHmmm. This looks a little like Chinese SOEs being used as an instrument of state power.
Exclusive: China prods state firms to boost investment in crisis-hit Hong Kong | Article [AMP] | Reuters
China’s spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States. Does America have what it takes to stop them?
Peter MattisOne of the best articles I have seen written about Chinese espionage.
China's spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States. Does America have what it takes to stop them? @mikegiglio reports
Working on economic policy at the White House, I came to understand that the stakes of the confrontation are far higher than those of trade alone.
Peter Mattis"Regardless of your views on Trump, if you value democracy and human rights, some things are worse than giving the Trump administration a win. A victory for China in its trade conflict with the U.S. is now one of them."
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Peter Mattis@Scholars_Stage on the importance of being prepared. The importance of the CCP's control of propaganda/news and the Great Fire Wall are about to be felt.
Are We Ready For What Comes Next?
China Change, September 6, 2018 On August 17, 2018 at about 3:30 p.m., He Guangwei (何光伟) strode out of the A Exit at the Zhujiang Xincheng subway stop in Guangzhou, carrying a bag of …
Peter MattisLike other recent PRC state security legislation, "the New Police Law simply codifies in a statute what has already become practice."
China’s Little-Noticed ‘New Police Law’ Gives Vastly Expanded Legal Powers to Public Security Apparatus
To arrive at a new consensus, the United States needs to address the weaknesses in Americans’ knowledge of China while rethinking the connections between the ways China is analyzed and how policy is made.
Peter MattisHere is my effort to combine several different strands of thinking about China. Thank you @evansryan202 for the opportunity: From Engagement to Rivalry: Tools to Compete with China via @TXNatSecReview