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Human Rights

Surviving The Terror Of The Chinese Communist Party

Q: Tell us your name and tell us where you are from. A: Yeah, my name is Li Schoolland, but my Chinese name is Zhao Li. We put the family name first. So with my family name, Zhao Li is my full name. I was born in China in 1958 during the Great Leap Forward, and […]

National Security

Biden Bypasses The Private Sector For Senior Government Cyber Picks

On April 11, 2021, President Joe Biden announced his selection of Chris Inglis to be his National Cyber Director, and Jen Easterly to lead the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.  Both Inglis and Easterly have strong cyber backgrounds, the former having served as the Deputy Director for the National Security Agency […]

Foreign Affairs

Iran: When Opportunities Arise

International media reported on an “incident” at the Natanz underground nuclear facility in Iran on 11 April 2021. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) itself confirmed some type of incident, referring to it as a “terrorist attack.”  No Coincidences The timing of this incident is no coincidence. On 10 April 2021, Iranian President Hassan […]

Human Rights

Separating The Two: Foreign Adversaries And The Victims They Rule Over

“In all dictatorships, there are always good people who want to fight back against vicious tyrants.”

Human Rights

Pitch Black-the Story Of A North Korean Army Defector

Q: Can you tell me your name? Tell me about where you are from? A: My name is Hyun Seung Lee. I was born and raised in North Korea, where I spent the first 30 years of my life. While living in North Korea, I graduated from a high school that specialized in teaching foreign […]

Human Rights

The Curious Case Of The Faux U.n. Human Rights Group: Cipdh/ihrdc

“An even darker undercurrent of behavior emerged relative to CIPDH involving components often correlated with transnational crime.”