by Adrian Zenz

It is possible to see how reeducation drive in Xinjiang could end up influencing China’s social credit system: those who end up falling below a certain score could be required to undergo reeducation treatments to greater or lesser degrees.

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by Elizabeth N. Saunders

Donald Trump’s surprise victory in 2016 has offered quite the test: What does it mean for the United States to elect a leader with no experience in government, little knowledge of foreign policy, and an explicit disdain for expertise?

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