Tag: Hong Kong
Does Burma Smackdown Signal Biden the Brave?
“The military must relinquish power they’ve seized and demonstrate respect for the will of the people of Burma as expressed in their November 8 election.” That was President Biden on February 11, imposing sanctions after a military coup in Burma, also known as Myanmar. For Biden, the statement was something of a departure. 
NBA Players Touting “Group Economics” Should Rethink Their Collectivist Slogan
In the current NBA playoffs, the Miami Heat’s Andre Iguodala wears a jersey reading “Group Economics,” on the back, where his name would normally be. That fashion choice might leave some viewers puzzled, but the basketball series reveals some clues.  Some players’ jerseys, and the court itself, are emblazoned with “Black Lives Matter,” a...
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An Open Letter to the People of Hong Kong
While Americans were celebrating their freedoms during the July 4th weekend, the people of Hong Kong were losing theirs, with passage of China’s Hong Kong National Security Law. Independent Institute President and CEO David J. Theroux and Senior Fellow Lawrence J. McQuillan joined 68 other leading advocates for freedom from around the world in...
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