Helen Raleigh, CFA, is an American entrepreneur, writer, and speaker. She’s a senior contributor at The Federalist. Her writings appear in other national media, including The Wall Street Journal and Fox News. Helen is the author of several books, including “Confucius Never Said” and “Backlash: How Communist China’s Aggression Has Backfired.” Follow her on Parler and Twitter: @HRaleighspeaks.
LinkedIn chose to fold its China operation because it couldn’t straddle two different political systems with opposing values and still be successful.
From firing well-trained museum volunteers to eliminating gifted programs, the cult of wokeness has shown all it cares about is the optics of ‘diversity.’
The sooner policymakers and investors in Western democracies understand Xi’s ambitions and ideological drive, the better they can develop policies and strategies to protect everything we cherish.
Beijing’s refusal to comply with the U.S. law while continuing to access our capital markets has subjected U.S. investors to the risk of enormous financial losses.
Daniel James Brown’s new book, ‘Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II,’ details how Japanese Americans responded to being forced into internment camps with patriotism and valor.
Australia offers a cautionary tale of how an open and free society will quickly become dystopian because of fear.
‘Science is not supposed to be about intimidating, or abusing, or censoring data … There is never supposed to be ‘an accepted view’ of science.’
While the United States was preoccupied with the failed war in Afghanistan, China has expanded its geopolitical influence with astonishing speed.
Woke leftists say Sunisa ‘Suni’ Lee’s story of Olympic achievement defies meritocracy, as they continue to attack Asian American achievement in education.
No one had imagined that the Chinese Communist Party would be willing to destroy an entire industry with abrupt policy changes.
China has turned diplomatic meetings with the U.S. into political theater. We must be willing to hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for its aggressions.
Rather than dismissing billionaires’ space adventures, we should celebrate their risk-taking endeavors and be inspired to take risks in our lives.
Teachers’ unions prevent low-income parents from having the same choices as well-to-do parents, which is the true systemic problem in our education system.
What happened to Tesla China should serve as a warning for other American businesses addicted to the size and the potential of the Chinese market.
Barbara Demick’s book, ‘Eat the Buddha: Life and Death in a Tibetan Town,’ provides yet more evidence that the Chinese Communist Party is an oppressive evil that must be confronted.
Our military leaders should focus on fighting external threats at this crucial historical juncture, not fighting a domestic culture war.
Given the ongoing human rights abuses by Beijing and the rising risks of doing business, can foreign companies continue to justify operating in China?
Americans must hope enough members of Congress will see the G-7 agreement on taxation is bad for U.S. sovereignty, the nation’s businesses, and taxpayers.
Western universities face the same problem: how to engage in a free exchange of ideas with China while keeping the CCP’s covert political influence at bay?
Though thousands of miles from Washington, D.C., China’s actions against Bhutan carry significant implications the United States can’t afford to ignore.
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