Wow, quite a depressing interview. But worth reading.
"Taiwan was infiltrated a long time ago, such that the door is basically wide open. China is bolstering its infiltration. This is complete warfare — tackling information warfare alone as a countermeas… https://t.co/F6UB4pdol9 pic.twitter.com/0z8Q6OVxRJ
— Klaus Bardenhagen (@taiwanreporter) April 23, 2019
This is horrifying: in China, Big Brother comes to your smartphone. And it's something that really could happen here, if the Trumpist slide into authoritarianism succeeds https://t.co/hhRbzDg0mp
— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) February 26, 2019
See also: Social Credit System (社会信用系统)
China Expects That All Chinese Will Do Their Duty
Quite probably true. China expects that all Chinese will do their duty. And these duties are not only defined in the Chinese Social Credit System. Those students are not evil, but they have families back in China. If they don't comply, their families are in trouble.
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) February 3, 2019
See also: Social credit system
Trump’s Sense for Honorability
President Trump: "I find China, frankly in many ways, to be far more honorable than cryin' Chuck and Nancy. I really do. I think that China is actually much easier to deal with than the opposition party." pic.twitter.com/fqMigRbE0H
— CSPAN (@cspan) January 10, 2019
“Not to sound naive or anything”
Your approach to China is hazardous. Believing Xi *is* as "naïve or anything" as it gets. One of the the biggest threats is that China makes it very difficult to foreign companies to run their internal global communications via secure (well encrypted) channels.@CIA @BuckSexton
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) December 11, 2018