American children in over 140 K-12 schools may be indoctrinated with education from the Chinese Communist Party.
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is warning about China’s “problematic behavior” in the Indo-Pacific, speaking in Tonga as the United States opens a new embassy there.
Angry protests break out in northern China. But what has concerned parents taking to the streets there?
Two banned ballistic missiles were shown off by North Korea’s leader to impress a Russian minister at a weapons exhibition.
“The CCP will use this technology for evil,” a former U.S. counterintelligence chief warns Washington. Is Beijing capable of handling critical 21st-century technology?
Topics in this episode:
- ‘Little Red Classrooms’: CCP Influence in U.S. Schools
- Sec. Blinken on China’s ‘Problematic Behavior’ While Visiting Tonga for U.S. Embassy Opening
- Former Counterintelligence Chief Testifies on CCP
- N. Korea Shows Banned Missiles to Russian Minister
- Protests Break Out in Xi’an Over Education Resources
- China’s ‘Full-Time Children’: Burned Out or Unemployed
- NGO Head Calls for Values-Based ‘Nato’ Against China
- U.S. Should Take on China ‘With Friends, Not Alone’: Bandow