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Fraser Macdonald launches Popular Capitalism newsletter

The world needs a better foundation in the benefits of capitalism. Indeed, the principles of the capitalist economic system have been degraded by many in recent years as the world has grappled to make open markets and globalization work. Those in North America have seen reduced opportunity in manufacturing and traditional blue collar sectors

By |2020-11-02T21:54:18+00:00November 2nd, 2020|Categories: Fraser Macdonald, News, Newsletters, Popular Capitalism|Tags: , , |

The China Letter subscriber total reaches 20,000

The Canadian Freedom Insitute is pleased to announce that our newsletter on China has reached 20,000 subscribers. The China Letter is a weekly email newsletter that was started in January 2020 as the Coronavirus pandemic was peaking in China prior to it gaining significant foothold in Europe and North America. The China Letter's growth

By |2020-10-09T12:53:18+00:00October 9th, 2020|Categories: China, News, Newsletters|Tags: , , , , , |

Adam Taylor to author The Trade Letter

The Trade Letter is coming soon to your inbox. The Canadian Freedom Institute announced today that Adam Taylor will be joining CFI to author a weekly newsletter of free and fair trade. International markets have been disrupted by the global pandemic and many are wondering how politics, protectionism, onshoring, and supply chain considerations will

By |2020-07-15T21:39:10+00:00July 15th, 2020|Categories: Newsletters, Trade|Tags: , , |

China brings the hammer down on Hong Kong

It didn’t take long for the new national security law, which was passed by China on June 30, to be enacted for arrests of more than 300 protesters in Hong Kong. Minutes after it was official, several pro-democracy activists quit. It came into effect 23 years after Hong Kong returned to China, as the Communist party kicks off its 100th year.

China’s hostage diplomacy meets Canada’s useful idiots

It may take nine more months for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to learn if she’ll be extradited to the U.S. to face trial on fraud charges, but the discussion about it has recently increased. Earlier this week, Meng had both a former Canadian justice minister and former Supreme Court judge saying the country has the legal authority to give her freedom. A Canadian Senator then made the same case in Parliament.

Zoom bows to China’s demands

Chinese activists based in the U.S. found their account suspended after a virtual meeting on the Zoom platform to commemorate the Tiananmen Square massacre. The video chat company admitted they removed Humanitarian China’s access to comply with “local laws,” but reinstated the account following criticism.

The countries fighting back against China

It’s been one year since the current wave of pro-democracy protests started in Hong Kong, and it was marked with flash mobs, a week after a Tiananmen Square anniversary vigil successfully defied a police ban. And while Hong Kong’s last British leader calls China’s agenda for it “Orwellian,” further preparations appear to be well underway.

China takes a harder line against protests

While the public commemorations in Hong Kong of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing were technically restricted due to COVID-19 congregation regulations, China’s planned security laws threaten the future of the annual event. Residents have been asked to light candles instead, and share their thoughts online.

Hong Kong enters a new state of crisis

Hong Kong’s chief administrator Carrie Lam thinks other countries shouldn’t interfere with China’s proposed national security legislation against so-called “terrorist activities.” However, the eruption of new protests, and how police responded to it, made it impossible for others to ignore.

China enters Hollywood with a trick of TikTok

The growing international popularity of short-video app TikTok increasingly raised concerns due to ownership control based in China. But its quest for global domination now comes with new clout: Kevin Mayer, a former top executive at Disney, was recruited to run it. His job will no doubt involve having to defend the company to US lawmakers

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