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Highlights of This Month’s Edition
Since its establishment in 2000, the Commission has closely followed the situation in Hong Kong. Under the 1992 Hong Kong Policy Act, the Congress enumerated elements of Hong Kong’s special economic, judicial, legal, and political status. In 2019, the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act required the Secretary of State to certify annually whether Hong Kong warrants its unique treatment under…
Despite four decades of promised liberalization, the Communist Party-state retains the ability to intervene decisively in China’s banking system to achieve desired outcomes.
The following report, "China’s Space and Counterspace Capabilities and Activities," examines China’s military and civil space programs, including the role of military-civil fusion (MCF) and international cooperation in the development of its space program. It also addresses Beijing’s development and fielding of counterspace capabilities. It was prepared for the Commission by the Project 2049…
This hearing will examine China’s growing influence in Africa and assess the implications of this influence for the United States. Panelists will analyze the strategic goals of China’s Africa policy and Africa’s significance to Beijing’s broader political and foreign policy interests. The hearing will then assess China’s economic activity in Africa, including its desire for commodities and…
This hearing will examine China’s efforts to improve its national healthcare system and the implications for the United States. It will look at China’s recent efforts to meet the basic healthcare needs of its citizens, who in many cases remain severely underserved by China’s healthcare system. It will discuss how China seeks to use digital healthcare to both address basic systemic deficiencies…
Highlights of This Month's Edition
Over the last two decades, Beijing has significantly expanded its political, technological, economic, and security ties with African countries.
China has become a leader in developing and exporting its smart cities technologies like networked cameras, sensors, and location services—and the rest of the Internet of Things—to collect a wide variety of data in order to control things like traffic, energy usage, and crime, and to augment state power.