While China couldn't thwart William Lai's presidential win, Xi could still use his rapidly modernizing army to realize his ultimate goal of "reunifying" Taiwan.
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Economist Lao Man's intentional depression theory posits that the CCP is knowingly driving the economy to ruin to consolidate its control over the people.
Upping the risk of conflict in the Taiwan Strait, China just moved its southbound military and civilian flight paths provocatively closer to its neighbors.
Xi Jinping claims China met the CCP's economic growth targets for 2023 but analysis of actual economic data indicates negative GDP growth for the year.
Practically no one is surprised that China's actual GDP fell short of official numbers in 2023. How short? Government data reveal the economy's true condition.
Despite ongoing border negotiations, satellite images indicate that China is engaged in unsanctioned construction along the disputed border in northern Bhutan.
China wants to bring back tourists, but with its pervasive digitalization, it seems there are more hurdles than before for foreigners traveling on their own.
The regime seems determined to enhance Xi's authority and return China to the Maoist line as it seeks to deal with growing domestic crises in 2024.
For Lai to be able to safeguard the liberty and democracy of Taiwan, China's infiltration efforts must be vigorously pursued.
2024 was originally to be a crucial window for the CCP's so-called "reunification with Taiwan," but predictions are that mounting problems could interfere.