american democracy, communist china, rule of law

Why No One Is Above the Rule of Law in America

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its leadership have primarily observed de jure or separation between itself and the state, including the legal system — even while de facto controlling the state apparatus and often disregarding and devaluing the rule of law — for much of the 70 years it has ruled Mainland China. In contrast, the ...

David Clapp

The Declaration of Independence.

Relations Between Chiang Kai-Shek and the United States During WWII

Chiang Kai-shek led the Kuomintang, otherwise known as the Chinese Nationalist Party, during World War II. The Kuomintang fought on two fronts during the war. They were challenged by both the invading Japanese army and the communist movement led by Mao Zedong, who sought to overthrow Chiang’s Nationalist government in mainland China. Chiang Kai-shek immediately ...

Helen London

Franlin Roosevelt, Chiang Kai-shek, and Winston Churchill.

Communist China Forcing 500,000 Tibetans Into Labor Camps

A new report by German anthropologist Dr. Adrian Zenz has revealed that almost half a million Tibetans are being forced into labor camps by the communist Chinese government. The report was prepared under the sponsorship of a group of global MP’s who are urging world governments to take a tougher stance against China’s human rights ...

Nspirement Staff

Labor camp barracks.

A Sordid Tale of Raising a Child in Communist China

Kirsty Needham is a journalist who works as the China correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald. In one of her recent write-ups about her life in China, Kirsty recounts the “unpleasantness” of raising her child in the country. Living in China with a child Kirsty starts off by mentioning an incident that occurred while she ...

Max Lu

A young Chinese boy.