The idea that China is a responsible member of the international community is insane and the world’s nations have to stand up to its aggression.
When it comes to what the PRC is doing with the incarceration of up to a million Uyghur Muslims, there is no protest among muslim states. What gives?
Every other Western nation seems to understand China is not our friend: what is taking Canada so long?
Even if we cannot agree on what ‘terrorism’ is, we should be able to agree on what it isn’t. In this episode, Borealis looks at some recent abuses of the word terrorism and calls on all countries to reject this usage.
Canada’s cyber security agency has named China, Russia, Iran and North Korea as the ‘greatest strategic threats’ to Canada’s infrastructure, property and elections.
Two Uyghur terrorist groups claimed a vehicle attack in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in October 2013 in which two were killed.
When we cannot agree on what a word means, how can we deal with the consequences of its actions?
China has used a very small terrorist threat from Uyghur Islamist extremists to launch an enormous crackdown. Borealis is joined by GWU’s Sean Roberts to discuss his new book on this humanitarian outrage.
Le World Commodity Trade Center, un centre logistique géant en construction à Vancouver, suscite des soupçons sur les intentions réelles du gouvernement chinois au Canada. Craintes fondées ou paranoïa? Décryptage de Phil Gurski, ancien officier des services de renseignement canadiens, au micro de Rachel Marsden. La nouvelle route de la soie chinoise s’étend-elle jusqu’au Canada, […]
China is involved in what can only be called a ‘genocide’ against Uyghur Muslims. Former CSIS Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in on why the world’s Muslims leaders remain silent.