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It's been a big year—from massive protests in Hong Kong, to trade war politics, and a growing awareness in the US government that the Chinese Communist Party represents the greatest threat to freedom and democracy in the 21st century. 2019 was a crazy year for China news, and a crazy year for us. Thanks for joining us for the wild ride. 2020 will be extra.

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Independent journalist and radical Islam expert Olsi Jazexhi was invited to see first hand a Xinjiang "Vocational Training Camp" for Uighur Muslims in China's Xinjiang regions. What he saw shocked him. This comes as the US Congress debates The Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2019.

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China is colonizing Africa. We do a deep dive into China's role in the African nation of Mauritania, where corruption is leaving the country strip-mined of natural resources, while becoming a potential Chinese military base. Plus, is the Richat Structure the remains of the ancient city of Atlantis? Mauritanian activist Nasser Weddady discloses all!

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The Chinese Communist Party is spying on US Universities. That's just one part of an overall campaign against academic freedom both inside China and out.

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Activists in Bolivia have just forced the "president" to resign and flee the country. And they did it through strategic nonviolence. How can this be applied to other places, like Hong Kong? And what role did China play in this revolution? Protest leader Jhanisse Vaca-Daza joins us a second time. You can also listen to her on our podcast #13 "Bolivia's President Sells Out to China" from October 5, 2018.

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China is trying to take control of blockchain technology by creating it's own digital currency, the digital yuan. But while Bitcoin promised a truly democratized currency, the Chinese cryptocurrency could spell the beginning of a new dawn of technological authoritarianism. Chief strategy officer for the Human Rights Foundation and bitcoin expert Alex Gladstein joins us to talk about whether blockchain will bring freedom or tyranny to China.

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The officially atheist Chinese Communist Party has launched an unprecedented crackdown on religion. Concentration camps for Uighurs. Organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners. And now they're going after Christians, using the oddest excuse imaginable...

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Whether it's the NBA and players like Lebron James or James Harden, Hollywood, Apple, or Activision Blizzard, there are a lot of American companies and people selling out to the Chinese Communist Party. At some point Chinese leader Xi Jinping must have realized that just because you're a communist, that doesn't mean you can't use money to buy people off. But the US House has passed landmark legislation supporting the Hong Kong protesters, so in a weird twist of fate, it's the politicians who ended up showing some backbone.

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The conversation consists of firsthand reports and analysis from the ground in Hong Kong. The three participants run a company that has focused almost exclusively on China for around a decade. The female was born in China. The conversation picks up after about five minutes and remains compelling throughout. It focuses particularly on the dynamic between the protesters and the police.

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