episodes about China
Episode 70: “China, Cyber-enabled Economic Warfare, 5G and Cyber-crime” with Klon Kitchen
Cyber warfare is raging around the world, with China as the leading state actor. But unlike Russia, and unlike Iran, and unlike North Korea, China is deeply integrated into the US economy and many aspects of our national strength. This is one reason why Congress wanted to learn from my guest Klon Kitchen about the Chinese app TikTok.
Episode 65: “We’re in the midst of a Cold War. An Economic War” with Robert Atkinson
Robert D. Atkinson, founder and president of ITIF, describes the United States role in the war for influence and control.
Episode 59: Part 2: Why We need to Care About “Space Warfare” with Kevin Freeman and Frank Gaffney
Our military has a disturbing tendency to keep fighting the last wars, not the likely future ones. Now a visionary general is being forced into retirement because he’s advocating a very different approach to counter Chinese aims to achieve dominance in space.
Episode 59: Part 1: Frank Gaffney and Kevin Freeman on China’s War with the United States
For decades, the U.S. has given China preferred trade & economic status. In a long overdue effort, President Trump is now negotiating new and more balanced trade deals with China, but however effective new trade deals will prove to be, they cannot address the many other dangers posed by China’s Communist Party.
Episode 55: Chen Guangcheng and Reggie Littlejohn on Human Rights in China, with Huchen Zhang
Americans’ theory that more trade with China would open up the country to more democracy has been proven wrong. In fact, say Reggie Littlejohn, Huchen Zhang and Chen Guancheng on The Bill Walton Show, they have backfired. “You cannot tolerate evil. You cannot treat evil with kindness,” Zhang said.
Episode 48: Is War with China Inevitable? with Adm. James Stark and Dr. Stefan Halper
In China, the U.S. confronts an adversary that saw itself as the Middle Kingdom –the center of the universe –for 3,000 years, then endured a century of humiliation and now seeks to return to what it sees as its rightful place in the world. Join Bill Walton as he and veteran Washington foreign policy experts Dr. Stefan Halper and Adm. James Stark discuss China’s comprehensive program to dominate its region and to challenge the U.S for cultural, economic and military superiority.
Episode 44: China’s Three Warfares with Dr. Stefan Halper and Admiral James Stark
China is a mass of contradictions. Intellectual property thief. America’s largest trading partner. Home to 476 billionaires. Choked with air and water pollution. A rapidly aging population. And leadership eager to project its national will.
Episode 38: Bill speaks with Klon Kitchen and Dean Cheng on Reckoning with China
Over the past forty years, since Deng Xiaoping began his policy of “Reform and Opening,” the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has evolved from a less developed country to the second largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world. Over the past 25 years, it has also steadily transformed the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) into a force that is capable of influencing regional, and increasingly global, security environments.
Episode 27: It’s Time to Get Serious About China with Stefan Halper and Pat Mulloy
Just this year, the Chinese Communist Party held an election in the Great Hall of the People where Xi Jinping was voted “President for Life.” The vote was 2,958 for and six against. With this vote they proclaimed that China is now realizing its dream of national rejuvenation, and it’s grand strategy to restore its Empire.
Episode 25: “China Then and Now: Century of Humiliation to a $4 Trillion Trade Surplus” with Pat Mulloy and Stef Halper
You’re looking at a country which is the most radical actor on the global stage since the French Revolution.