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Feb 28, 2022

As the world watches in shock at Russia's invasion of Ukraine, it can be hard not to see parallels between Ukraine's situation and that of Tawain. Both are targets of their much larger and powerful neighbors, both have been shunned by international organizations (NATO in Ukraine's case, the UN in Taiwan's case), and...

Feb 21, 2022

China's military has been growing steadily over the past 25 years and has expanded in both size and capability. But whether China's military becomes more powerful than the US military will depend on if we let it. Joining us in this episode is Jim Fanell, the Former Director of Intelligence and Information Operations...

Feb 14, 2022

Controversy surrounds the 2022 Beijing Olympics from the creepy panda mascot to the handling of covid cases to the changing nationalities of Chinese athletes. In this Just US episode, we talk about Eileen Gu, Zhu Yi, Nathan Chen, Bing Dwen Dwen, the US-China trade war, and much, much more.

Feb 7, 2022

There are many ways China controls the narrative on China. Through its economic influence, united front work and propaganda efforts, a lot of what you hear about China has been influenced by China. Joining us in this episode is J Michael Waller, a senior analyst for strategy at the Center for Security Policy.