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  • Here’s the list of countries that supported/opposed China’s Hong Kong security bill

    by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2020 Following a vote on Tuesday at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, the communist government in China declared victory in its enactment of a new security law which essentially ends Hong Kong's autonomy and basic freedoms for its citizens. [caption id=attachment_82862 align=alignleft width=438] United Nations Human Rights Council[/caption] In the vote, 53 countries backed China's new security law, which went into...

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  • Here’s the list of countries who supported/opposed China’s security bill of Hong Kong

    by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2020 Following a vote on Tuesday at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, the communist government in China declared victory in its enactment of a new security law which essentially ends Hong Kong's autonomy. [caption id=attachment_82862 align=alignleft width=500] United Nations Human Rights Council[/caption] In the vote, 53 countries backed China's new security law, which went into effect after supreme leader Xi...

    World Tribune: Window on the Real World
  • The Cost of Donald Trump’s Kowtow to China’s Xi Jinping

    Patrick Mendis, Dominique Reichenbach Security, Asia The next U.S. president must create a strategic and consistent policy reflecting the founding vision of America in dealing with China abroad as well to counter the country's newfound favor across Central Asia, Europe, and Africa in the wake of its Health Silk Road. The day after Juneteenth, President Donald Trump and his campaign staff launched a “masks optional” campaign rally in the traditionally conservative state of Oklahoma. Hours ahead...

    The National Interest
  • Here’s what’s happening to Boot Camp amid the Apple silicon transition

    Virtualization might not be enough for gamers, so what about Windows?

    arstechnica.com