Month: August 2020

Cadence Column: Asia, August 31, 2020

There was always a stark difference between America’s southern wall and the Berlin Wall. America’s wall was built to keep people out—whether they were desperate to come in or hungry to invade. The Berlin Wall was meant to keep people… Read More ›

A costly affair for China

The Galwan Attack Seldom are the incidents that lead to ever lasting consequences remembered long after they have happened, less so the people involved. So likely will the world forget the sacrifice of Col Santosh Babu of the Indian army… Read More ›

The weird world of China: August 26, 2020

In RNC speech, Pompeo previews Trump’s China election strategy Trump administration considering labeling China’s oppression of Uighur Muslims a genocide: report Biden campaign says China’s treatment of Uighur Muslims is “genocide” ‘Obvious provocation’: China accuses US spy plane of entering… Read More ›