The Power of Huawei

Should we fear 5G? Should we fear China? Should we fear Huawei? There are many questions to be asked about Huawei, ethical concerns, and also who has access to our information, globally. It is sporadic for governments to go after a private company or an emerging corporation. Why is Huawei such a threat to theContinue reading “The Power of Huawei”

Windows Of Opportunities

We are ignoring a lot of potential in the world. The United States should focus on other places around the world, rather than China, Russia, Iran, and Syria, perhaps the European Union. There much potential for nations around the world to forge better relationships with each other. We see the rise of China as anContinue reading “Windows Of Opportunities”

Tyler Fahey: I stand with the people of Hong Kong (Article in the Wisconsin State Journal: The Cap Times)

https://madison.com/ct/opinion/mailbag/tyler-fahey-i-stand-with-the-people-of-hong-kong/article_7e517c4e-2586-578a-93f9-8dbf90ca5fbd.html

The Chinese Empire

As we know the United States and China have been in a numerous year trade war over goods and services between the two nations. We’ve seen a lot of rhetoric, some true, other statements, just blunder. But, there is one thing that these two nations have in common when approaching each other in agreeing withContinue reading “The Chinese Empire”

Hints From History, They Are Right In Front of You

When it comes to history, people make mistakes. When it comes to understanding history and learning from it, we can understand, objectively, that there are winners and losers. Who are the losers? Dictatorships. At least today, dictatorships fear the internet and they fear being called out for corruption and tyranny. Who are the winners? Well,Continue reading “Hints From History, They Are Right In Front of You”

The Obligation for Britain In Hong Kong

In the nineteenth century, two wars allowed the British Empire to acquire Hong Kong as a member of its global Empire. The First Opium War, which occurred from 1839-1842 and the Second Opium War, which occurred from 1856-1860. From the year 1898, the British ruled Hong Kong for ninety-nine years. But, in the 1970s andContinue reading “The Obligation for Britain In Hong Kong”

Basic Differences Between Hong Kong and China

Hong Kong has historically been the economic center of South East Asia. It used to be difficult shipping new technology to mainland China, but through Hong Kong, it was made possible. Effectively, it made Hong Kong an effective trading post. Hong Kong and China have a system called, “Basic Law” which details in Hong Kong’sContinue reading “Basic Differences Between Hong Kong and China”

Political Debate: Tariffs-Democratic View (Lorian Article 10/3/2019

We’ve seen in the news over the course of the last two years that China-US Trade has come to an all-time low in terms of international relations. However, many economists are divided on what outcome will occur within the American economy—let alone the world economy—as a result of the trade war. A top diplomat forContinue reading “Political Debate: Tariffs-Democratic View (Lorian Article 10/3/2019”