At the height of a 5G deployment war between China and the United States, Huawei, the world’s largest telecom company, has now more than 60 commercial 5G contracts outside China, and is poised to get many more.
Hundreds of billions of U.S. tax dollars go into Chinese companies that pose national security threats to the U.S., are human rights abusers and engage in fraudulent practices. Is now the last chance to change it?
Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam invoked emergency law. Will it lead to a de-facto martial law, or a new Tiananmen? Will the U.S. Congress give the Hong Kong people what they need in their battle against the Chinese Communist Party? And will the U.S. and China’s economies head to an inevitable decoupling?