Tag Archives: Mao Zedong

Is America At Risk Of Mirroring The Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 1960s?

Since before his inauguration, President Trump has sought to invigorate his populist appeal by reinforcing mistrust in the mainstream media. By painting the journalistic and media sources of the academic elite as propaganda tools for the Left, he has been able to establish a deep wedge in the American population, separating people into factions that […]

Lens of the Past: The Chinese Communist Party, The Masses, and The State

Most of us are pondering the future of China-U.S relations. The coming battles over China’s ability to project power in the South China Sea and the race to dictate what constitutes the sovereign usage of weaponized space satellites are important to conceptualize as they constitute issues that will shape the future contours of U.S hegemony. […]