Can China Form its Own Alliance? — Simone Gao with Keith Krach | Zooming In China

G7 adopted the U.S.-led proposal Build Back Better World as an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative. But can it compete with China’s investment?
In this episode of Zooming In China, Simone Gao interviews Keith Krach, the under secretary of state responsible for economic diplomacy during the Trump administration. I discussed with him the strategies to deal with the China challenge, what works and what doesn’t.

Can China’s Economic Might Overcome G7 Effort to Curb CCP? | Zooming In China | Simone Gao Analysis

Despite G7 consensus to counter China’s economic, diplomatic and military aggression, China is attracting maga investment into the country. Can China’s Economic Might Overcome G7 Effort to Curb CCP? Will China be able to form its own alliance to counter the west? Why is it hard for big companies to leave China? In this episode of Zooming In China, Tea Time, Simone Gao gives her unique analysis.

(Part 2) The Coverup of the Century|Doc. on how CCP covered up the COVID outbreak | Zooming In China

This is Part 2 of Zooming In China’s one-hour documentary movie that follows investigative reporter Simone Gao’s inquiry into critical questions about the pandemic: What did the Chinese Communist leadership do at the early stages of the outbreak? What significant truth have they concealed from the world, and why did they do that? The documentary also casts light on who has let the the CCP run rampant, and what can be learned from the western world’s history of dealing with Communist China.

The U.S. has Strategic Clarity and Tactic Ambiguity about Taiwan. A Conversation between Simone Gao and Miles Yu, Part 2 | Zooming In China

Is Xi Jinping really contemplating taking Taiwan by force in the near future? Is America’s strategy on Taiwan clear? Does America have the ability to protect Taiwan? Can the U.S. and China get along if the CCP is gone? Part two of Simone’s interview with Dr. Miles Yu explores these questions. Dr. Yu is the principal China policy and planning adviser to United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. He is also a professor of military history and modern China at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute.