Tag: asymmetric-foreign-policy

A general view shows the front entrance of the Schwarzman college at the Tsinghua university in Beijing on September 10, 2016. The Chinese Communist Party’s intellectual property theft and asymmetric foreign policy has led to vexing losses for the free world.
Communist China’s Plagiarism and Asymmetric Foreign Policy
At a recent lecture at Tsinghua University in Beijing, marketing expert and visiting professor, Zang Qichao, boasted about the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) strategy of modeling business practices and operations after stolen intellectual property (IP)...