This week, reliably Communist New York Times After that you find yourself in more hot water Published A Sunday column from a Chinese Communist Party official without proper disclosure and failure to mention that the author appeared with longtime columnist and pro-China defender Thomas Friedman at an event at a Chinese state-run think tank last year. Media.
National Review Media and Enterprise Reporter Isaac Shore There were details About Dr. Wang Huaio – who works at CCP’s United Front Work Department – and his Bar Urges China to assist in peace talks between Russia and Ukraine:
A Sunday guest composition New York Times A Dr. Wang Huaio also submitted that the People’s Republic of China could play a key role in mediating a peace agreement in the ongoing war against Russia in Ukraine. Wang is a propagandist for the Chinese Communist Party, but the Times fails to disclose his involvement, despite its apparent relevance to an argument that would increase Beijing’s prestige on the world stage.
“Ensuring a multilateral solution to the Ukraine crisis will be a difficult and risky challenge, but there is no better country to do it than China,” wrote Wang, who acknowledged the growing close ties between his country and Vladimir Putin, but also stressed that ” China attaches great importance to the principle of state sovereignty and opposes outside interference in its internal affairs, as in the case of Taiwan. “
The United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission, an independent body of the U.S. government, said in a 2018 report that “the challenges posed by the United Front operation of the CCP to the United States are significant.”
Instead, all Times He has been listed as “Beijing-based private think tank, founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization” WHO “Advises the Chinese government.”
Noting that Chinese dictator Xi Jinping said the United Front was his “magic weapon”, he went to Hudson Institute expert Jonas Perello-Pessner, who said government state campaigners were capable, in Score’s words, “Intrusion[e] And effects[e] Politics, academia and the media in countries like Australia and New Zealand. “
Rewind in March 2021 and Huawei spoke to Friedman at an event that spread across Chinese state-run media outlets, including English-language papers. China Daily.
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Friedman, a longtime columnist for the Times, when he took part in the March 29 “Fireside Chat” for China and Globalization, a Beijing think tank that broadcasts state-owned China Global Television Network (CGTN), closely linked to the regime. Full 90 minute interview. As the interview drew to a close, the network promoted the interview as an example of a Western intellectual’s call for improved relations between the two superpowers.
“1979-2019 was a golden age of global prosperity and peace with the United States and China, and the two countries need to find a way to work together for world development,” Friedman wrote in an interview. State-owned China Daily reads.
Chinese preachers broadcast Friedman’s interview around the world, including in the United States. The China Daily, a global affairs magazine read by the elite of American foreign policy, highlighted the interview on the Foreign Policy website and paid for the ads. Foreign policy did not respond to a request for comment.
Much more for transparency and for an independent press and for basic human rights.