Dealing with the Chinese Communist Party’s coercive influence is likely to become the greatest challenge to Western-style democracies
Another great column on China by : “Dealing with the party’s coercive influence techniques is likely to become the greatest single challenge to Western-style democracies.”
“China coopting “credible” Western voices on its behalf.” It’s doing a good job considering how many internal difficulties it is facing. China’s strategy to psych out the West is paying off via
China's intimidation tactics against the West are working, says
China’s Strategy to Psych Out the West Is Paying Off / great read
David Cameron et al cozying up to China should study its playbook, which reminds us was written by Vladimir Lenin. via
"The real issue is the extent to which the democratic West is prepared to compromise its values to reap the economic rewards of staying on the right side of the [Chinese Communist] party." by via
China’s strategy to psych out the West is paying off Beijing’s intimidation tactics are paying off.
China’s Strategy to Psych Out the West Is Paying Off - By Andrew Browne / WSJ
“Dealing with the party’s coercive influence techniques is likely to become the greatest single challenge to Western-style democracies.” via
Reading. "China’s strategy to psych out the West is paying off" via
China’s strategy to psych out the West is paying off via
Recognizing China’s Strategic influence efforts in open societies is the first step in countering it
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