Only one way to obtained Favor in God’s Sight “A Visitation from the Lord”

What your about to read is the most Critical Truth a christian must ask GOD to place deep within your spirit it needs to be a core foot print that our lives are founded on, living live off this Footprint will see a life which is like a ship without an anchor and steering without a True North

Rev. Gary Green

EXERT FROM: “ABRAHAM” by Jimmy Swaggart

THE SCENE: Abram sits at the entrance to his tent in the heat of the day when the following event took place “A Visitation from the Lord”

And said, My LORD, if now I have found favor in Your Sight, pass not away, I pray You, from Your Servant” (Gen. 18:3).

Proving that Abraham now knows Who One of the three actually is, he addresses Him as  LORD, the same terminology that he used in (Genesis 15:2.  But Abram said, “Sovereign Lord, what can you give me since I remain childless and the one who will inherit[a] my estate is Eliezer of Damascus?”)

The phrase, “If now I have found favor in Your Sight,” implies far more than a mere formal remark or question.

Abraham had found favor in God’s Sight but only by and through the Faith which Abraham exhibited. To be sure, it was Faith in Christ and what Christ would do to redeem us. Again I refer to the fact that Jesus spoke of Abraham seeing His Day and, therefore, being glad (Jn. 8:56 Your father Abraham rejoiced at the thought of seeing my day; he saw it and was glad.”).

Favor in God’s Sight can be obtained in one manner and in one manner only, and that is by Faith.

However, when we speak of Faith, we are speaking exclusively of Faith in Christ and His Cross. That, in fact, is having Faith in the Word because the Word of God is the Story from cover to cover of Jesus Christ and Him Crucified.

Who Jesus is and what Jesus has done, and again we refer to the Cross, is where all Faith should be anchored and maintained.

This alone guarantees the Favor of God, and all else guarantees His Disfavor.

Abraham and Righteousness and The Cross and Today

What your about to read is the most Critical Truth a christian must ask GOD to place deep within your spirit it needs to be a core foot print that our lives are founded on, living live off this Footprint will see a life which is like a ship without an anchor and steering without a True North

Rev. Gary Green

EXERT FROM:ABRAHAM” by Jimmy Swaggart

And the LORD appeared unto him in the plains of Mamre: and he sat in the tent door in the heat of the day (Gen 18:1 KJV).

ABRAHAM AND THE VISIT FROM THE LORD

Jewish tradition claims that this visit by the Lord to Abraham was on the third day after the Rite of Circumcision had been performed and was for the purpose of healing him from the painful consequences of it. It was on this account, they think, that Abraham was resting at home instead of being with his herds in the field.

Of course, this is only an assumption, but the fact remains that the Lord did appear to the Patriarch, the consequences of which will be striking, to say the least.

At this particular time, two momentous events will transpire, the first being the announcement by the Lord of the conception by Sarah. In fact, I think one an say without fear of contradiction that this is one of the most momentous occasions in history.

From this beginning will come the Jewish people. They will give the world the Word of God and, in effect, will serve as the Womb of the Messiah, which will bring the Redeemer into the world, which is what this is all about.

All of this must be done in this manner because Angels could not redeem humanity, and even God, as God, wouldn’t redeem humanity in this fashion. God would have to become Man, and as the God – Man, Jesus Christ, would then redeem the lost sons of Adam’s fallen race.


RIGHTEOUSNESS

Dominion had been given to Adam, which means that tremendous responsibility had been given to the first man (Gen 1:26 KJV; Ps 8: 1-9 KJV; Rom 5:12, 17-19 KJV; 1 Cor 15:45-47 KJV).

As well, in all of the doings, and I continue to speak of the Plan of Redemption being carried out, God would have to do things according to His Personal Nature. When many people think of God, they think of Him in an entirely wrong manner. They think that if God is All-powerful, and, in fact, He definitely is, then He can do anything.

While it is certainly true that He definitely can do anything, the facts are, He will not do anything against His Nature. So, to bring Redemption into this world, God would have to prepare a people who would evidence Faith in Him, even as He would reveal Himself to them, because He is a God of Faith (Heb 11: 1-3 KJV).

The end result of all of God’s Workings and Dealings with man is Righteousness; however, we have a problem here. Man thinks that he can perfect or concoct Righteousness by his own efforts, but, of course/that is impossible.

The Righteousness that God accepts, which is the Righteousness of God and, in fact, the only Righteousness He will accept, could only be brought about in a particular way.

As stated, ‘God would have to become Man, which He did, keep the Law perfectly, all on our behalf (Gal 4: 4-5 KJV), and then die on a Cross. This alone could satisfy the demands of the broken Law.

When we speak of the Law, we’re speaking of the Law of Moses, of which the moral aspects were centered in the Ten Commandments (Ex 20: 1-26 KJV).


THE CROSS

Without the Cross, the Perfect Life of Christ would have availed us nothing. In fact, without the Cross, His Healings and Miracles, as stupendous as they were, would have availed nothing. Only the Cross could address the terrible problem of sin and all of its effects, which it did (Eph 2:13-18 KJV; Col. 2:10-15 KJV).

The greatest shame of this modern age is the modern church little knows or understands the tremendous significance of the Cross.

To most, the Cross is just incidental in their lives and living for God. In fact, whatever credence that the modern church gives the Cross in any regard, which is very little indeed, is centered up in the initial Salvation experience.

Thank God for that. However, the sadness is, not understanding at all the part the Cross plays in their ongoing Christian experience, most in the modern church try to “live” for the Lord in other ways. What do we mean by that?


GOD’S PRESCRIBED ORDER OF VICTORY

As Salvation is “attained” by Faith in Christ and what He has done for us at the Cross, likewise, it is “maintained” by continued, exclusive Faith in the Cross, which is the way that we grow in Grace and the Knowledge of the Lord.

Having such little teaching in this regard, most Christians try to function outside of God’s Prescribed Order, which is always catastrophic simply because the Holy Spirit will not function in this capacity.

While He definitely will remain with us, He demands that we have Faith in Christ exclusively. This refers to what He did for us at the Cross, which will then guarantee His Function within our hearts and lives (Rom. 8: 1-2, 11 KJV).

The Lord works exclusively on the premise of Faith; however, it is always to be Faith in Christ and what Christ has done for us at the Cross. This Cross must ever be the Object of our Faith. The whole gist of Salvation is Christ Himself, but more particularly, it is what He has done


CHRIST AND HIS CROSS

If we try to divorce Christ from the Cross, which most of the modern church does, we then have “another Jesus, “which is always of “another spirit, “which presents “another Gospel” (2 Cor. 11:4 KJV).

The reader needs to peruse these words very carefully. We’re speaking here of God’s Prescribed Order for a victorious life. To be sure, He only has one order, and man has none and, in fact, will never have any.

Therefore, the Appearance of the Lord to Abraham at this particular time would ultimately lead to these things that we have been addressing, which is the Salvation of humanity in every capacity.

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2020 JUL 19 Tayler Hansen Salt Lake City, Baby Lives Matter

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Remarks: Tayler Hansen a pro-life Artist mural was painted on street in front of Planned Parenthood in Salt Lake City overnight. ‘Baby Lives Matter’ and they do matter. FULL STORY HERE: https://4cminews.com/?p=53683


BACKGROUND:

A Baby Lives Matter mural was painted outside of Planned Parenthood in Salt Lake City.

Tayler Hansen, the artist of the sign, said he painted the mural at 1 a.m. on Saturday morning.

He said he intentionally used paint that would easily wash away so he wouldn’t get into trouble. At most, the paint would last for 10 days.

“With recent events unfolding, everybody knows about the Black Lives Matter murals unfolding around the nation. I thought I would bring awareness to one of the biggest human rights crises that nobody wants to talk about,” Hansen said.

As of Saturday morning, the mural had been removed.

Original Source: Date-stamped: 2020 JUL 19 | Author: KUTV Sunday | Article Title: A Baby Lives Matter mural was painted outside of Planned Parenthood in Salt Lake City. | Article Link: kutv.com

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2016 ARTICLE LIST CHINA MADE IN CHINA 2025” UNMADE? ARTICLE LINK:

  • 2016 JAN 05 In Beijing, Internet Inspires Both Fear and Hope1)by Andrew Browne | wsj.com)
  • 2016 JAN 21 The Trouble with Doing Business in China2)by Ker Gibbs | wsj.com)
  • 2016 APR 13 Stalled Chinese Reforms, Stalled Chinese Economy3)by James Zimmerman | wsj.com)
  • 2016 MAY 18 Apple Won’t Get a Big Bite Out of the Chinese Market4)by Michael Schuman | wsj.com)
  • 2016 AUG 03 China’s Impending Robot Revolution5)by Kevin Sneader, Jonathan Woetzel | wsj.com)
  • 2016 AUG 27 Why China won’t own next-generation manufacturing6)by Vivek Wadhwa | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2016 OCT 10 Beijing’s Brittle Strength7)by Sebastian Heilmann | wsj.com)
  • 2016 NOV 28 As Trump prepares for office, concerns about Chinese trade intensify8)by Simon Denyer | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2016 DEC 01 Study Emphasizes Foreign Investment’s Role in Chinese Economy | wsj.com)
  • 2016 DEC 27 As China Pivots, Donald Trump Risks Fighting an Old War | wsj.com)
  • 2016 DEC 30 Foxconn Deepens Investment in China with Plans for New Flat-Panel Factory9)by Eva Dou | wsj.com)

 

 

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↑ 1. by Andrew Browne
↑ 2. by Ker Gibbs
↑ 3. by James Zimmerman
↑ 4. by Michael Schuman
↑ 5. by Kevin Sneader, Jonathan Woetzel
↑ 6. by Vivek Wadhwa
↑ 7. by Sebastian Heilmann
↑ 8. by Simon Denyer
↑ 9. by Eva Dou

2017 ARTICLE LIST CHINA MADE IN CHINA 2025” UNMADE? ARTICLE LINK:

  • 2017 JAN 26 China’s Answer to Tesla Is Hopeful Entrant to Global Car Market1)by Michael Schuman | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 FEB 10 Plan for $10 Billion Chip Plant Shows China’s Growing Pull2)by Paul Mozur | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAR 01 China’s Manufacturing Activity Starts Year on Strong Note3)by Mark Magnier | wsj.com)
  • 2017 MAR 04 China Lowers Growth Target as Lawmakers Meet4)by Keith Bradsher, Chris Buckley, | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAR 07 China’s Latest Industrial Policy Is a Waste and a Challenge, Business Group Says | wsj.com)
  • 2017 MAR 07 China’s Plan to Build Its Own High-Tech Industries Worries Western Businesses5)by Bradsher, Mozur, | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAR 12 Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply with Cybersecurity Law | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAR 17 China’s Capital Controls Hit European M & A6)by William Wilkes | wsj.com)
  • 2017 MAR 19 China Defends Plan to Bolster Its High-Tech Industries7)by Keith Bradsher | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAR 26 Foreign Robots Invade American Factory Floors8)by Daniel Michaels | wsj.com)
  • 2017 APR 04 Mr. Trump Meets Mr. Xi | wsj.com)
  • 2017 APR 05 How Trump can stop China from eating our lunch9)by Robert D. Atkinson | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2017 APR 07 China Tech Investment Flying Under the Radar, Pentagon Warns | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 APR 07 Trump must fight for the jobs of tomorrow in meetings with China10)by Stephen Ezell | thehill.com)
  • 2017 APR 08 When Solar Panels Became Job Killers | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 APR 11 5 avenues US must pursue in its trade talks with China11)by Wendy Cutler | thehill.com)
  • 2017 APR 19 As Zeal for China Dims, Global Companies Complain More Boldly | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 APR 24 China’s protectionist policies in high-tech industries require U.S. response12)by K Tobin, D Slane, | thehill.com)
  • 2017 MAY 05 China’s New Jetliner, the Comac C919, Takes Flight for First Time | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 MAY 05 China takes first step toward airline big leagues with passenger jet maiden flight13)by S Denyer | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2017 MAY 16 Foreign Executives Say China Presents Unique Demands14)by Yoko Kubota | wsj.com)
  • 2017 MAY 23 China’s Big Brother Is Watching You Do Business15)by Andrew Browne | wsj.com)
  • 2017 JUN 05 China Looks to Capitalize on Clean Energy as U.S. Retreats | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 JUN 07 Trump Lies. China Thrives16)by Thomas L. Friedman | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 JUN 22 Tesla in Talks to Set Up Electric Car Factory in Shanghai | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 JUL 12 Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply with Cybersecurity Law | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 AUG 01 Trump Administration Is Said to Open Broad Inquiry into China’s Trade Practices | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 AUG 01 Trump admin planning trade measures against China: reports17)by Brooke Seipel | thehill.com)
  • 2017 AUG 02 Climate Shifts Aren’t Limited to the Weather18)by Thomas L. Friedman | nytimes.com)
  • 2017.08.08 2017 AUG 08 Second Thoughts on Trade with China19)by William A. Galston | wsj.com)
  • 2017 AUG 08 China’s Dream Is Apple’s Nightmare: U.S. Tech Firms Cave to Beijing’s Rules20)by Andrew Browne | wsj.com)
  • 2017 AUG 10 The growing Chinese threat to advanced technology industries21)by Thomas Duesterberg | thehill.com)
  • 2017 AUG 12 Trump to launch investigation into China trade violations22)by A Swanson, S Denyer, | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2017 AUG 14 Seeking Greater Global Power, China Looks to Robots and Microchips | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 AUG 14 Trump’s China Trade Sally23)by Editorial Board, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 AUG 14 Trump Signs Order Increasing Trade Pressure on China24)by Jacob M. Schlesinger | wsj.com)
  • 2017 AUG 14 Trump’s right about one thing on trade25)by Robert J. Samuelson, | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2017 AUG 16 How to Take on China Without Starting a Trade War26)by James Bacchus, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 AUG 18 U.S. Formally Begins Probe of China Technology Transfer27)by William Mauldin, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 SEP 10 China’s Electric Car Push Lures Global Auto Giants, Despite Risks | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 SEP 13 Trump Blocks China-Backed Bid to Buy U.S. Chip Maker | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 SEP 25 American Firms Face an Uphill Battle in China28)by Ker Gibbs, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 SEP 26 If This Is a Trade War, China’s Winning29)by Andrew Browne, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 SEP 27 Wilbur Ross, Fresh from China Visit, Warns of ‘Lopsided’ Trade Relationship | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 OCT 02 China, With Methodical Discipline, Conjures a Market for Electric Cars30)by Trefor Moss, | wsj.com)
  • 2017 OCT 10 China Charges Toward Electric-Car Supremacy31)by Andrew Browne | wsj.com)
  • 2017 OCT 21 China’s Road to Electric-Car Domination Is Driven in Part by Batteries | wsj.com)
  • 2017 NOV 07 China’s Technology Ambitions Could Upset the Global Trade Order | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 NOV 08 Targeting China’s Purchases, Congress Proposes Tougher Reviews of Foreign Investments | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 NOV 09 Something Old, Something New: $250 Billion in U.S.-China Deals Don’t Add Up32)by Dou, Kubota, Moss | wsj.com)
  • 2017 NOV 14 Amazon Sells Hardware to Cloud Partner in China | wsj.com)
  • 2017 NOV 14 China Could Sell Trump the Brooklyn Bridge33)by Thomas L. Friedman | nytimes.com)
  • 2017 DEC 07 The U.S. has lost its lead in lasers34)by David J. Lynch | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2017 DEC 15 Mr. Trump’s Trade War35)by Douglas A. Irwin | wsj.com)
  • 2017 DEC 19 Decoding Trump’s Plan to Rein in China | nytimes.com)

 

 

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↑ 1. by Michael Schuman
↑ 2. by Paul Mozur
↑ 3. by Mark Magnier
↑ 4. by Keith Bradsher, Chris Buckley,
↑ 5. by Bradsher, Mozur,
↑ 6. by William Wilkes
↑ 7. by Keith Bradsher
↑ 8. by Daniel Michaels
↑ 9. by Robert D. Atkinson
↑ 10. by Stephen Ezell
↑ 11. by Wendy Cutler
↑ 12. by K Tobin, D Slane,
↑ 13. by S Denyer
↑ 14. by Yoko Kubota
↑ 15. by Andrew Browne
↑ 16. by Thomas L. Friedman
↑ 17. by Brooke Seipel
↑ 18. by Thomas L. Friedman
↑ 19. by William A. Galston
↑ 20. by Andrew Browne
↑ 21. by Thomas Duesterberg
↑ 22. by A Swanson, S Denyer,
↑ 23. by Editorial Board,
↑ 24. by Jacob M. Schlesinger
↑ 25. by Robert J. Samuelson,
↑ 26. by James Bacchus,
↑ 27. by William Mauldin,
↑ 28. by Ker Gibbs,
↑ 29. by Andrew Browne,
↑ 30. by Trefor Moss,
↑ 31. by Andrew Browne
↑ 32. by Dou, Kubota, Moss
↑ 33. by Thomas L. Friedman
↑ 34. by David J. Lynch
↑ 35. by Douglas A. Irwin

2015 ARTICLE LIST CHINA MADE IN CHINA 2025” UNMADE? ARTICLE LINK:

  • 2015 MAY 19 China reveals IT-focused economic vision1)by Cory Bennett | thehill.com)
  • 2015 JUL 19 For Many Firms, China’s ‘New Normal’ Spells Doom2)by Mark Magnier | wsj.com)
  • 2015 JUL 29 Don’t Let China’s Stock Market Distract You3)by Andrew Gilholm | wsj.com)
  • 2015 OCT 14 Innovation Propels New Business Model4)by Li Yuan | wsj.com)
  • 2015 DEC 15 China’s Self-Defeating Investment Strategy5)by Joerg Wuttke | wsj.com)

 

 

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↑ 1. by Cory Bennett
↑ 2. by Mark Magnier
↑ 3. by Andrew Gilholm
↑ 4. by Li Yuan
↑ 5. by Joerg Wuttke

2019 ARTICLE LIST CHINA MADE IN CHINA 2025” UNMADE? ARTICLE LINK:

  • 2019 JAN 03 Three things that the trade war with China won’t change1)by Roselyn Hsueh | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2019 JAN 08 China Offers Trump a Trade Peace Deal. It May Not Be Enough | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 JAN 09 Talks to End U.S.-China Trade War Now Shift to Make-or-Break Rounds | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 JAN 10 Purchase agreements don’t solve real issues facing US, China2)by Rui Zhong | thehill.com)
  • 2019 JAN 18 The ethics of American justice in the arrest of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou3)by Robert Foehl | thehill.com)
  • 2019 JAN 18 ‘America Last’ crowd toasts China’s rise, America’s fall, prematurely4)by Liz Peek | thehill.com)
  • 2019 JAN 22 China’s Plan for Tech Dominance Is Advancing, Business Groups Say5)by Bob Davis, Lingling Wei | wsj.com)
  • 2019 JAN 27 DealBook Briefing: Your Davos Cheat Sheet | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 FEB 05 As U.S. and China Draw Up Trade Barriers, Germany Fights Back6)by Ruth Bender | wsj.com)
  • 2019 FEB 14 China Seeks to Woo U.S. With Promise of Big Chip Purchases7)by Lingling Wei | wsj.com)
  • 2019 FEB 14 How China Brings Us Together | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 FEB 15 White House hails new round of China trade talks, but Trump’s deal remains elusive8)by Doug Palmer, Adam Behsudi | politico.com)
  • 2019 FEB 15 The Morning Download: Whiskey-Maker CIO Distills Insights on the Path to AI9)by Tom Loftus | wsj.com)
  • 2019 FEB 27 We have reached the end game in the trade war10)by Stuart Eizenstat, Anne Pence, Christopher Adams | thehill.com)
  • 2019 MAR 04 Trump’s allies push him to resist a quick China deal11)by Adam Behsudi, Ben White, Doug Palmer | politico.com)
  • 2019 MAR 04 Behind China’s Desire for a Trade Deal with Trump12)by Jonathan Kolatch | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 05 Why Are Republicans Embracing Economic State Planning?13)by Veronique de Rugy | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 MAR 05 Beijing Drops Contentious ‘Made in China 2025’ Slogan, but Policy Remains14)by Lingling Wei | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 06 Real Time Economics: A U.S.-China Trade Deal Won’t Do Much for the Global Economy | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 06 DealBook Briefing: Carlos Ghosn Is Out of Jail | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 MAR 08 U.S.-China Trade Talks Hit a Bump15)by Lingling Wei, Jeremy Page, Bob Davis | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 08 Xi’s Economy Needs Trump’s Help16)by Editorial Board | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 08 Real Time Economics: The Global Economy Is Slowing | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 21 Rubio’s pragmatic thinking on China17)by Robert D. Atkinson | thehill.com)
  • 2019 MAR 24 Obama’s TPP Would’ve Helped Limit China | wsj.com)
  • 2019 MAR 27 China to Reduce the Juice for Electric-Car Sales18)by Trefor Moss | wsj.com)
  • 2019 APR 01 China Purchases Could Undercut Trump’s Larger Trade Goal | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 APR 04 As China Trade Deal Nears, U.S. Senators Fear It Could Fall Short19)by William Mauldin | wsj.com)
  • 2019 APR 11 Big Brother wants to be your new car’s co-pilot20)by Morgan Wright | thehill.com)
  • 2019 APR 23 Electric Vehicles Hit a Speed Bump21)by Stephen Wilmot | wsj.com)
  • 2019 APR 29 The politics of networks: How great power rivalries infected 5G22)by Emily Taylor | thehill.com)
  • 2019 MAY 02 Hope fades that U.S.-China deal will substantively tackle subsidies23)by Adam Behsudi | politico.com)
  • 2019 MAY 02 U.S.-China Trade Deal Unlikely to Address Cybertheft or Subsidies | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 MAY 05 Trump, citing slow pace of talks, revives threat to put tariff on all Chinese goods24)by Doug Palmer | politico.com)
  • 2019 MAY 14 Graham warns of 5G security threat from China25)by Maggie Miller | thehill.com)
  • 2019 MAY 21 China Deserves Donald Trump | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 MAY 27 Trump Wants to Wall Off Huawei, but the Digital World Bridles at Barriers | nytimes.com)
  • 2019 JUN 03 Huawei Selling Stake in Undersea-Cable Firm as U.S. Pressure Mounts26)by Jeremy Page | wsj.com)
  • 2019 JUN 13 US denies Tesla’s Chinese tariff relief request27)by John Bowden | thehill.com)
  • 2019 JUN 18 Forced or Not? Why U.S. Says China Steals Technology28)by Bloomberg News | washingtonpost.com)
  • 2019 JUN 20 Congress Targets China’s Biotech Ambitions29)by Kate O’Keeffe | wsj.com)
  • 2019 JUN 26 Rivals Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo join forces to come out against Trump tariffs30)by Aris Folley | thehill.com)
  • 2019 DEC 09 China Faces Off Against World on Open Global Markets31)by Mark Magnier, William Mauldin | wsj.com)
  • 2020 JUN 13 Pandemic deepens economic pain at Trump’s company, already suffering from a tarnished brand32)by Joshua Partlow, David A. Fahrenthold, Jonathan O’Connell | washingtonpost.com)

 

 

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↑ 1. by Roselyn Hsueh
↑ 2. by Rui Zhong
↑ 3. by Robert Foehl
↑ 4. by Liz Peek
↑ 5. by Bob Davis, Lingling Wei
↑ 6. by Ruth Bender
↑ 7. by Lingling Wei
↑ 8. by Doug Palmer, Adam Behsudi
↑ 9. by Tom Loftus
↑ 10. by Stuart Eizenstat, Anne Pence, Christopher Adams
↑ 11. by Adam Behsudi, Ben White, Doug Palmer
↑ 12. by Jonathan Kolatch
↑ 13. by Veronique de Rugy
↑ 14. by Lingling Wei
↑ 15. by Lingling Wei, Jeremy Page, Bob Davis
↑ 16. by Editorial Board
↑ 17. by Robert D. Atkinson
↑ 18. by Trefor Moss
↑ 19. by William Mauldin
↑ 20. by Morgan Wright
↑ 21. by Stephen Wilmot
↑ 22. by Emily Taylor
↑ 23. by Adam Behsudi
↑ 24. by Doug Palmer
↑ 25. by Maggie Miller
↑ 26. by Jeremy Page
↑ 27. by John Bowden
↑ 28. by Bloomberg News
↑ 29. by Kate O’Keeffe
↑ 30. by Aris Folley
↑ 31. by Mark Magnier, William Mauldin
↑ 32. by Joshua Partlow, David A. Fahrenthold, Jonathan O’Connell

2020 JUL 15 Africa to Become Testing Ground for “Trust Stamp” Vaccine Record and Payment System

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Remarks: BIOMETRIC DIGITAL Identity Platform, GAVI-MASTERCARD “Wellness Pass” “Trust Stamps” via a Biometric Identity System Dual Use Tyranny Digital Identity System FULL STORY HERE: https://4cminews.com/?p=53589

BIOMETRIC DIGITAL IDENTITY PLATFORM
GAVI-Mastercard “Wellness Pass,”

By Raul Diego. A biometric digital identity platform that “evolves just as you evolve” is set to be introduced in “low-income, remote communities” in West Africa thanks to a public-private partnership between the Bill Gates-backed GAVI vaccine alliance, Mastercard and the AI-powered “identity authentication” company, Trust Stamp.

The program, which was first launched in late 2018, will see Trust Stamp’s digital identity platform integrated into the GAVI-Mastercard “Wellness Pass,” a digital vaccination record and identity system that is also linked to Mastercard’s click-to-play system that powered by its AI and machine learning technology called NuData.

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Mastercard, in addition to professing its commitment to promoting “centralized record keeping of childhood immunization” also describes itself1)SEE URL https://www.gavi.org/investing-gavi/funding/donor-profiles/mastercard  as a leader toward a “World Beyond Cash,” and its partnership with GAVI marks a novel approach towards linking a biometric digital identity system, vaccination records, and a payment system into a single cohesive platform.

Revelation 13:16-17

16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

The effort, since its launch nearly two years ago, has been funded via $3.8 million in GAVI donor funds in addition to a matched donation of the same amount by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

In early June, GAVI reported that Mastercard’s Wellness Pass program would be adapted in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Around a month later, Mastercard announced that Trust Stamp’s biometric identity platform would be integrated into Wellness Pass as Trust Stamp’s system is capable of providing biometric identity in areas of the world lacking internet access or cellular connectivity and also does not require knowledge of an individual’s legal name or identity to function.

The Wellness Program involving GAVI, Mastercard, and Trust Stamp will soon be launched in West Africa and will be coupled with a COVID-19 vaccination program once a vaccine becomes available.

The push to implement biometrics as part of national ID registration systems has been ongoing for many years on the continent and has become a highly politicized issue in several African countries.

Opposition to similar projects in Africa often revolves around the costs surrounding them, such as the biometric voter management system that the Electoral Commission of Ghana has been trying to implement ahead of their 2020 general election in December.

Bright Simons, honorary VP of the IMANI policy think tank, has questioned the “budgetary allocation” for the new system, claiming that the “unnecessary registration of 17 million people all over again” represents millions of dollars “being blown for reasons that nobody can explain in this country.”

MASKING ULTERIOR MOTIVES

TRUST STAMPS BIOMETRIC IDENTITY SYSTEM

Trust Stamp’s biometric identity system, largely funded by Mastercard’s massive investment in the company in February, utilizes a technology it calls Evergreen Hash that creates an AI-generated “3D mask” based on a single photo of a person’s face, palm or fingerprint.

Once this “mask” is created, much of the original data is discarded and encryption keys are created in place of a person’s name or other more traditional identifiers.

“Only a small percentage of the data that originally existed is in the hash,” Trust Stamp CEO Gareth Genner has stated. “What you have is something safer for storing because it can’t be used to directly identify you.

No one would recognize you in this huge jumble of numbers.” The result, according to Genner, is an “irreversible non-personally identifiable information” system that “protects privacy, reduces potential for misuse and allows effective inclusion when there is no other form of legal record.”

Genner also explained in a recent press release that the unique “hash” is capable of “evolving” as a new hash with updated health information is created every time a child or individual gets a vaccine.

Trust Stamp’s AI algorithms can accurately determine if different hashes belong to the same individual, meaning that “the hash evolves over time just as you evolve,” said Genner.

It is unclear how much the Wellness Pass initiative is motivated by public health concerns as opposed to free market considerations.

Indeed, the GAVI alliance, largely funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates and Rockefeller Foundations, as well as allied governments and the vaccine industry, is principally concerned with improving “the health of markets for vaccines and other immunization products,” rather than the health of individuals, according to its own website. Similarly, Mastercard’s GAVI partnership is directly linked to its “World Beyond Cash” effort, which mainly bolsters its business model that has long depended on a reduction in the use of physical cash.

DUAL USE TYRANNY

DIGITAL IDENTITY SYSTEM

Trust Stamp also shares this market-focused vision for its digital identity system as the company has stated that it is looking for new commercialization options for its Evergreen Hash Technology, specifically with prison systems.

Talks with private and public prison systems have revealed an interest in their utilization of Trust Stamp’s technology to provide identification for individuals on parole “without making them pay for pricey ankle bracelets that monitor their every move,” as digital identity system would ostensibly provide that same function but in a “touchless” and less expensive manner.

Trust Stamp’s interest in providing its technology to both COVID-19 response and to law enforcement is part of a growing trend where numerous companies providing digital solutions to  COVID-19 also offer the same solutions to prison systems and law enforcement for the purposes of surveillance and “predictive policing.”

For instance, contact tracing software originally introduced as part of the COVID-19 response has since been used by police departments across the U.S. to track protesters during the country’s recent bouts of protests and civil unrest.

Similarly, a controversial Israeli tech firm currently being used in Rhode Island offers AI-powered predictive analytic to identify likely future COVID-19 hotspots and individuals likely to contract COVID-19 in the future, while also offering governments the ability to predict future locations of and participants in riots and civil unrest.

What is perhaps most alarming about this new “Wellness Pass” initiative, is that it links these “dual use” digital solutions to cashless payment solutions that could soon become mandated as anything over than touchless, cashless, methods of payment have been treated as potential modes for contagion by GAVI-aligned groups like the World Health Organization, among others, since the pandemic was first declared earlier this year.


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R02 2015.07.19 2015 JUL 19 For Many Firms, China’s ‘New Normal’ Spells Doom Mark Magnier wsj.com
R03 2015.07.29 2015 JUL 29 Don’t Let China’s Stock Market Distract You Andrew Gilholm wsj.com
R04 2015.10.14 2015 OCT 14 Innovation Propels New Business Model Li Yuan wsj.com
R05 2015.12.15 2015 DEC 15 China’s Self-Defeating Investment Strategy Joerg Wuttke wsj.com
R06 2016.01.05 2016 JAN 05 In Beijing, Internet Inspires Both Fear and Hope Andrew Browne wsj.com
R07 2016.01.21 2016 JAN 21 The Trouble with Doing Business in China Ker Gibbs wsj.com
R08 2016.04.13 2016 APR 13 Stalled Chinese Reforms, Stalled Chinese Economy James Zimmerman wsj.com
R09 2016.05.18 2016 MAY 18 Apple Won’t Get a Big Bite Out of the Chinese Market Michael Schuman wsj.com
R10 2016.08.03 2016 AUG 03 China’s Impending Robot Revolution Kevin Sneader Jonathan Woetzel wsj.com
R11 2016.08.27 2016 AUG 27 Why China won’t own next-generation manufacturing Vivek Wadhwa washingtonpost.com
R12 2016.10.10 2016 OCT 10 Beijing’s Brittle Strength Sebastian Heilmann wsj.com
R13 2016.11.28 2016 NOV 28 As Trump prepares for office, concerns about Chinese trade intensify Simon Denyer washingtonpost.com
R14 2016.12.01 2016 DEC 01 Study Emphasizes Foreign Investment’s Role in Chinese Economy wsj.com
R15 2016.12.27 2016 DEC 27 As China Pivots, Donald Trump Risks Fighting an Old War wsj.com
R16 2016.12.30 2016 DEC 30 Foxconn Deepens Investment in China with Plans for New Flat-Panel Factory Eva Dou wsj.com
R17 2017.01.26 2017 JAN 26 China’s Answer to Tesla Is Hopeful Entrant to Global Car Market Michael Schuman nytimes.com
R18 2017.02.10 2017 FEB 10 Plan for $10 Billion Chip Plant Shows China’s Growing Pull Paul Mozur nytimes.com
R19 2017.03.01 2017 MAR 01 China’s Manufacturing Activity Starts Year on Strong Note Mark Magnier wsj.com
R20 2017.03.04 2017 MAR 04 China Lowers Growth Target as Lawmakers Meet Keith Bradsher Chris Buckley nytimes.com
R21 2017.03.07 2017 MAR 07 China’s Latest Industrial Policy Is a Waste and a Challenge, Business Group Says wsj.com
R22 2017.03.07 2017 MAR 07 China’s Plan to Build Its Own High-Tech Industries Worries Western Businesses Keith Bradsher Paul Mozur nytimes.com
R23 2017.03.12 2017 MAR 12 Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply with Cybersecurity Law  nytimes.com
R24 2017.03.17 2017 MAR 17 China’s Capital Controls Hit European M&A William Wilkes wsj.com
R25 2017.03.19 2017 MAR 19 China Defends Plan to Bolster Its High-Tech Industries Keith Bradsher nytimes.com
R26 2017.03.26 2017 MAR 26 Foreign Robots Invade American Factory Floors Daniel Michaels wsj.com
R27 2017.04.04 2017 APR 04 Mr. Trump Meets Mr. Xi wsj.com
R28 2017.04.05 2017 APR 05 How Trump can stop China from eating our lunch Robert D. Atkinson washingtonpost.com
R29 2017.04.07 2017 APR 07 China Tech Investment Flying Under the Radar, Pentagon Warns  nytimes.com
R30 2017.04.07 2017 APR 07 Trump must fight for the jobs of tomorrow in meetings with China Stephen Ezell thehill.com
R31 2017.04.08 2017 APR 08 When Solar Panels Became Job Killers  nytimes.com
R32 2017.04.11 2017 APR 11 5 avenues US must pursue in its trade talks with China Wendy Cutler thehill.com
R33 2017.04.19 2017 APR 19 As Zeal for China Dims, Global Companies Complain More Boldly  nytimes.com
R34 2017.04.24 2017 APR 24 China’s protectionist policies in high-tech industries require U.S. response Katherine Tobin Daniel Slane thehill.com
R35 2017.05.05 2017 MAY 05 China’s New Jetliner, the Comac C919, Takes Flight for First Time  nytimes.com
R36 2017.05.05 2017 MAY 05 China takes first step toward airline big leagues with passenger jet maiden flight Simon Denyer washingtonpost.com
R37 2017.05.16 2017 MAY 16 Foreign Executives Say China Presents Unique Demands Yoko Kubota wsj.com
R38 2017.05.23 2017 MAY 23 China’s Big Brother Is Watching You Do Business Andrew Browne wsj.com
R39 2017.06.05 2017 JUN 05 China Looks to Capitalize on Clean Energy as U.S. Retreats nytimes.com
R40 2017.06.07 2017 JUN 07 Trump Lies. China Thrives Thomas L. Friedman nytimes.com
R41 2017.06.22 2017 JUN 22 Tesla in Talks to Set Up Electric Car Factory in Shanghai  nytimes.com
R42 2017.07.12 2017 JUL 12 Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply with Cybersecurity Law  nytimes.com
R43 2017.08.01 2017 AUG 01 Trump Administration Is Said to Open Broad Inquiry into China’s Trade Practices nytimes.com
R44 2017.08.01 2017 AUG 01 Trump admin planning trade measures against China: reports Brooke Seipel thehill.com
R45 2017.08.02 2017 AUG 02 Climate Shifts Aren’t Limited to the Weather Thomas L. Friedman nytimes.com
R46 2017.08.08 2017 AUG 08 Second Thoughts on Trade with China William A. Galston wsj.com
R47 2017.08.08 2017 AUG 08 China’s Dream Is Apple’s Nightmare: U.S. Tech Firms Cave to Beijing’s Rules Andrew Browne wsj.com
R48 2017.08.10 2017 AUG 10 The growing Chinese threat to advanced technology industries Thomas Duesterberg thehill.com
R49 2017.08.12 2017 AUG 12 Trump to launch investigation into China trade violations Ana Swanson Simon Denyer washingtonpost.com
R50 2017.08.14 2017 AUG 14 Seeking Greater Global Power, China Looks to Robots and Microchips  nytimes.com
R51 2017.08.14 2017 AUG 14 Trump’s China Trade Sally by The Editorial Board wsj.com
R52 2017.08.14 2017 AUG 14 Trump Signs Order Increasing Trade Pressure on China Jacob M. Schlesinger wsj.com
R53 2017.08.14 2017 AUG 14 Trump’s right about one thing on trade Robert J. Samuelson washingtonpost.com
R54 2017.08.16 2017 AUG 16 How to Take on China Without Starting a Trade War James Bacchus wsj.com
R55 2017.08.18 2017 AUG 18 U.S. Formally Begins Probe of China Technology Transfer  William Mauldin wsj.com
R56 2017.09.10 2017 SEP 10 China’s Electric Car Push Lures Global Auto Giants, Despite Risks nytimes.com
R57 2017.09.13 2017 SEP 13 Trump Blocks China-Backed Bid to Buy U.S. Chip Maker nytimes.com
R58 2017.09.25 2017 SEP 25 American Firms Face an Uphill Battle in China Ker Gibbs wsj.com
R59 2017.09.26 2017 SEP 26 If This Is a Trade War, China’s Winning Andrew Browne wsj.com
R60 2017.09.27 2017 SEP 27 Wilbur Ross, Fresh from China Visit, Warns of ‘Lopsided’ Trade Relationship  nytimes.com
R61 2017.10.02 2017 OCT 02 China, With Methodical Discipline, Conjures a Market for Electric Cars Trefor Moss wsj.com
R62 2017.10.10 2017 OCT 10 China Charges Toward Electric-Car Supremacy Andrew Browne wsj.com
R63 2017.10.21 2017 OCT 21 China’s Road to Electric-Car Domination Is Driven in Part by Batteries wsj.com
R64 2017.11.07 2017 NOV 07 China’s Technology Ambitions Could Upset the Global Trade Order  nytimes.com
R65 2017.11.08 2017 NOV 08 Targeting China’s Purchases, Congress Proposes Tougher Reviews of Foreign Investments nytimes.com
R66 2017.11.09 2017 NOV 09 Something Old, Something New: $250 Billion in U.S.-China Deals Don’t Add Up Eva Dou Yoko Kubota Trefor Moss wsj.com
R67 2017.11.14 2017 NOV 14 Amazon Sells Hardware to Cloud Partner in China wsj.com
R68 2017.11.14 2017 NOV 14 China Could Sell Trump the Brooklyn Bridge Thomas L. Friedman nytimes.com
R69 2017.12.07 2017 DEC 07 The U.S. has lost its lead in lasers David J. Lync washingtonpost.com
R70 2017.12.15 2017 DEC 15 Mr. Trump’s Trade War Douglas A. Irwin wsj.com
R71 2017.12.19 2017 DEC 19 Decoding Trump’s Plan to Rein in China nytimes.com
R72 2018.02.23 2018 FEB 23 U.S. Blocks a Chinese Deal Amid Rising Tensions Over Technology  nytimes.com
R73 2018.03.05 2018 MAR 05 Chinese Premier’s Economy Speech Offers Plenty for Critics to Dislike wsj.com
R74 2018.03.07 2018 MAR 07 Trump eyes another trade crackdown politico.com
R75 2018.03.07 2018 MAR 07 Cohn’s resignation: The Trump agenda will endure thehill.com
R76 2018.03.10 2018 MAR 10 While Trump fights over aluminium and steel, Silicon Valley braces for a real trade wa Elizabeth Dwoskin washingtonpost.com
R77 2018.03.13 2018 MAR 13 Trump’s Killing of Chip Deal Pushes Protectionism as It Invokes Security  nytimes.com
R78 2018.03.15 2018 MAR 15 Trump Takes Aim at Next Tariff Target: China Bob Davis Michael C. Bender wsj.com
R79 2018.03.20 2018 MAR 20 Tackling China’s Protectionism Editorial Board wsj.com
R80 2018.03.20 2018 MAR 20 Can Trump’s tariffs keep China from becoming the global technology leader?  washingtonpost.com
R81 2018.03.20 2018 MAR 20 White House plans China trade crackdown Thursday politico.com
R82 2018.03.22 2018 MAR 22 Trump strikes back at Chinese tech practices with new tariffs Adam Behsudi politico.com
R83 2018.03.27 2018 MAR 27 Corey Lewandowski: With Trump’s tariffs, China’s cheating and stealing is over thehill.com
R84 2018.03.28 2018 MAR 28 Trade tensions reflect US-China battle for 21st century world order Stuart Eizenstat Anne Pence thehill.com
R85 2018.03.28 2018 MAR 28 Treasury to Use National Security Laws to Shield U.S. Tech from China Bob Davis wsj.com
R86 2018.03.28 2018 MAR 28 For once, Trump’s trade tactics hit the mark Claude Barfield thehill.com
R87 2018.04.03 2018 APR 03 U.S. Announces Tariffs on $50 Billion of China Imports Bob Davis Josh Zumbrun Lingling Wei wsj.com
R88 2018.04.04 2018 APR 04 China Tariffs Threaten U.S. Cars, Planes and Soy in Response to Trump Lingling Wei Yoko Kubota wsj.com
R89 2018.04.05 2018 APR 05 Tariff Showdown Shifts to Intense Negotiation Period  wsj.com
R90 2018.04.06 2018 APR 06 U.S. and China Play Chicken on Trade, and Neither Swerves nytimes.com
R91 2018.04.09 2018 APR 09 Now that he has China’s attention, Trump can’t settle for quick fixes Wendy Cutler thehill.com
R92 2018.04.10 2018 APR 10 Xi speech shows China willing to deal, but not with a gun to its head  thehill.com
R93 2018.04.12 2018 APR 12 Is Trump Serious About Trade War? China’s Leaders Hunt for Answers nytimes.com
R94 2018.04.12 2018 APR 12 China’s Commerce Ministry Says Market Opening Is Independent of Trade Dispute wsj.com
R95 2018.04.16 2018 APR 16 Trump Doubles Down on Potential Trade War with China nytimes.com
R96 2018.04.16 2018 APR 16 Chinese Tech Company Blocked from Buying American Components nytimes.com
R97 2018.04.19 2018 APR 19 What’s inside made-in-China electronics should worry federal customers, study says David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R98 2018.04.25 2018 APR 25 China Is Opening Its Car Market. But Not Enough, Say Auto Companies.  nytimes.com
R99 2018.04.26 2018 APR 26 Trump’s trade policy leaves China wide open on its path to dominance Neil Baron thehill.com
R100 2018.04.26 2018 APR 26 Trump’s tariffs are likely to help, not hurt, America’s long-term farm economy thehill.com
R101 2018.04.26 2018 APR 26 Xi Vows Greater Access to China, Warns Against ‘Cold War Mentality’  wsj.com
R102 2018.04.30 2018 APR 30 China Is Set to Take a Hard Line on Trump’s Trade Demands  nytimes.com
R103 2018.05.02 2018 MAY 02 White House Considers Barring Chinese Telecom Sales as Tensions Mount nytimes.com
R104 2018.05.02 2018 MAY 02 China Trade Showdown by The Editorial Board wsj.com
R105 2018.05.03 2018 MAY 03 What is ‘Made in China 2025’ — and why is it a threat to Trump’s trade goals? washingtonpost.com
R106 2018.05.04 2018 MAY 04 China tariffs will keep America safe thehill.com
R107 2018.05.04 2018 MAY 04 U.S. and China Make Scant Progress in Trade Talks wsj.com
R108 2018.05.04 2018 MAY 04 China tariffs will keep America safe thehill.com
R109 2018.05.05 2018 MAY 05 U.S. and China swap hard-line lists of demands at trade talks in Beijing Simon Denyer David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R110 2018.05.14 2018 MAY 14 Trump Lets ZTE Off the Hook  Editorial Board wsj.com
R111 2018.05.14 2018 MAY 14 Can China’s Red Capital Really Innovate? wsj.com
R112 2018.05.16 2018 MAY 16 Tensions erupt among Trump trade officials ahead of China talks Andrew Restuccia Nancy Cook Doug Palmer politico.com
R113 2018.05.18 2018 MAY 18 How tech may trip the Thucydides Trap  washingtonpost.com
R114 2018.05.18 2018 MAY 16 China is bringing down the global trade architecture washingtonpost.com
R115 2018.05.22 2018 MAY 22 China’s ZTE has long been on Washington’s radar, for quite a few reasons. Here’s the story Graham Webster washingtonpost.com
R116 2018.05.23 2018 MAY 23 As Merkel Visits China, German Businesses Question Their Prospects wsj.com
R117 2018.05.28 2018 MAY 28 Trump gets schooled on trade  washingtonpost.com
R118 2018.05.30 2018 MAY 30 Trump announces tariffs on China, tech crackdown ahead of key trade meeting David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R119 2018.05.31 2018 MAY 31 Consistent inconsistency crippling Trump’s China trade ambitions Logan Pauley thehill.com
R120 2018.06.01 2018 JUN 01 Why Trump’s Protectionism Is Futile Tunku Varadarajan wsj.com
R121 2018.06.01 2018 JUN 01 Trumping China on technology theft is necessary for American security thehill.com
R122 2018.06.02 2018 JUN 02 When it comes to handling China, plenty of action but no clear plan thehill.com
R123 2018.06.03 2018 JUN 03 U.S., China End Latest Trade Talks Without Settlement wsj.com
R124 2018.06.08 2018 JUN 08 As it dumps entire steel factories, China stays one step ahead of US Tristan Kenderdine thehill.com
R125 2018.06.12 2018 JUN 12 China is no friend to US — Trump’s putting a stop to these unfair trade deals thehill.com
R126 2018.06.13 2018 JUN 13 Birth control and beer kegs: How Trump’s tariffs will hit Middle America politico.com
R127 2018.06.15 2018 JUN 15 China Warns of Corporate Casualties as Trade War Brews Lingling Wei Yoko Kubota wsj.com
R128 2018.06.15 2018 JUN 15 China Issues Retaliatory Tariffs as Trade Fight Heats Up Bob Davis Vivian Salama Lingling Wei wsj.com
R129 2018.06.15 2018 JUN 15 Trump announces tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods thehill.com
R130 2018.06.17 2018 JUN 17 US-China trade war is just the start of the struggle for global order Harry J. Kazianis thehill.com
R131 2018.06.17 2018 JUN 17 Schumer praises Trump for China tariffs Luis Sanchez thehill.com
R132 2018.06.18 2018 JUN 18 Trump Threatens Tariffs on $200 Billion in China Goods, Escalating Fight  nytimes.com
R133 2018.06.19 2018 JUN 19 European Firms Fret Over Made-In-China Policy  wsj.com
R134 2018.06.20 2018 JUN 20 Trump’s Tariffs Are a Defense Against China’s Aggression wsj.com
R135 2018.06.25 2018 JUN 25 Trade Rift Within Trump Administration Sends Stocks on Wild Ride Bob Davis wsj.com
R136 2018.06.25 2018 JUN 25 How this trade war could backfire — in China’s favor washingtonpost.com
R137 2018.06.26 2018 JUN 26 Trump Eases Demand for New Tools to Limit Chinese Investment Bob Davis wsj.com
R138 2018.06.26 2018 JUN 26 Beijing tries to play down ‘Made in China 2025’ as Trump escalates trade hostilities politico.com
R139 2018.07.05 2018 JUL 05 The Use—and Abuse—of Tariffs by Martin Feldstein wsj.com
R140 2018.07.06 2018 JUL 06 So Much Trade Losing by The Editorial Board wsj.com
R141 2018.07.07 2018 JUL 07 How Trump’s trade war with China could go sideways on him Aaron Blake washingtonpost.com
R142 2018.07.10 2018 JUL 10 White House announces additional $200B in tariffs targeting China John Bowden thehill.com
R143 2018.07.10 2018 JUL 10 Trump targets $200B more Chinese goods for tariffs Doug Palmer Adam Behsudi politico.com
R144 2018.07.15 2018 JUL 15 Don’t mention the trade war: What China doesn’t want people to know in its dispute with the U.S. Orange WangX Xie Yu politico.com
R145 2018.07.17 2018 JUL 17 Trump is winning the trade war because China has more to lose  thehill.com
R146 2018.07.17 2018 JUL 10 Tesla’s Latest Aim: Build 500,000 Cars a Year in China  nytimes.com
R147 2018.07.19 2018 JUL 19 China Has 487 Electric-Car Makers, and Local Governments Are Clamoring for More wsj.com
R148 2018.07.21 2018 JUL 21 Trump’s raise-the-stakes strategy raises anxiety of an open-ended trade war with China David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R149 2018.07.25 2018 JUL 25 Chinese unrestricted warfare targeting American economy, national security Michael Conaway thehill.com
R150 2018.07.25 2018 JUL 25 ‘Unfair trade’ means different things to different people Jared Bernstein washingtonpost.com
R151 2018.07.26 2018 JUL 26 No aid planned for other sectors hurt by trade war Adam Behsudi Megan Cassella politico.com
R152 2018.07.26 2018 JUL 26 Germany Vetoes Chinese Purchase of Business Citing Security Grounds wsj.com
R153 2018.07.27 2018 JUL 27 China’s Vaccine Scandal Editorial Board wsj.com
R154 2018.08.01 2018 AUG 01 Trump considers 25 percent tariff on $200B of Chinese goods Doug Palmer politico.com
R155 2018.08.03 2018 AUG 03 Bipartisanship alive and well, protecting critical infrastructure  thehill.com
R156 2018.08.03 2018 AUG 03 CFIUS reform will assist in countering the long-term national security threat that China poses Chris Stewart thehill.com
R157 2018.08.08 2018 AUG 08 Trump’s Tariffs Are Changing Trade with China. Here Are 2 Emerging Endgames. nytimes.com
R158 2018.08.10 2018 AUG 10 Google’s China plan isn’t just evil — it’s bad for business Josh Rogin washingtonpost.com
R159 2018.08.10 2018 AUG 10 Tougher stance on Chinese investments comes at a cost David J. Ribner thehill.com
R160 2018.08.14 2018 AUG 14 Trump’s Trade War Is Rattling China’s Leaders  nytimes.com
R161 2018.08.16 2018 AUG 16 China has a new message for the U.S.: Don’t be alarmed, we’re not that great. Amanda Erickson washingtonpost.com
R162 2018.08.20 2018 AUG 20 Doors slam shut for China deals around the world businesstimes.com.sg
R163 2018.08.22 2018 AUG 22 To counter China, US needs to invest in superior technology thehill.com
R164 2018.08.28 2018 AUG 28 A robot bartender is just the start — and really isn’t a bad thing Sandeep Gopalan thehill.com
R165 2018.08.28 2018 AUG 28 The Morning Download: Toyota, Uber Carpool on Driverless Tech Tom Loftus wsj.com
R166 2018.08.28 2018 AUG 28 Japanese Official Says China Has a High-Tech Edge: Totalitarianism wsj.com
R167 2018.08.28 2018 AUG 28 To counter China, US needs to invest in superior technology  thehill.com
R168 2018.08.28 2018 AUG 28 Japanese Official Says China Has a High-Tech Edge: Totalitarianism Peter Landers wsj.com
R169 2018.08.30 2018 AUG 30 Congress and Trump are out of step on intellectual property thehill.com
R171 2018.09.01 2018 SEP 01 Will Chinese investment rescue a city in Germany’s Rust Belt — or exploit it? washingtonpost.com
R172 2018.09.06 2018 SEP 06 We need a comprehensive strategy to counter China’s increasingly aggressive rise Jackie Speier thehill.com
R173 2018.09.13 2018 SEP 13 It’s not just the U.S.: Around the world, doors are shutting on Chinese investment Jodi Xu Klein politico.com
R174 2018.09.13 2018 SEP 14 China braces for long road ahead in Trump’s trade war Adam Behsudi politico.com
R176 2018.09.18 2018 SEP 18 U.S. consumers to be hurt by tariffs  Doug Palmer politico.com
R177 2018.09.18 2018 SEP 18 The Missing China Trade Strategy wsj.com
R178 2018.09.20 2018 SEP 20 Are Trump’s new tariffs against China a legitimate strategy or a recipe for loss? washingtonpost.com
R179 2018.09.21 2018 SEP 21 ‘Trump won’t back down’: U.S. president plans to make trade war unbearable for China and bigger than ever, Steve Bannon says Sasha Gong politico.com
R180 2018.09.21 2018 SEP 21 Trump’s China strategy doesn’t have a leg to stand on Stephen Roach thehill.com
R181 2018.09.24 2018 SEP 24 The Trump administration wrongly assumed China would capitulate in a trade war. What happens now? washingtonpost.com
R182 2018.10.01 2018 OCT 01 U.S. Pivots to China, With Nafta Deal in Hand Bob Davis wsj.com
R183 2018.10.06 2018 OCT 06 The Trump Trade Strategy Is Coming into Focus. That Doesn’t Necessarily Mean It Will Work. nytimes.com
R184 2018.10.08 2018 OCT 08 Mike Pence Announces Cold War II Walter Russell Mead wsj.com
R185 2018.10.10 2018 OCT 10 China’s Huawei Seeks to Chip Away at Silicon Valley’s AI Supremacy wsj.com
R186 2018.10.10 2018 OCT 10 In New Slap at China, U.S. Expands Power to Block Foreign Investments nytimes.com
R187 2018.10.12 2018 OCT 12 U.S. Edges Toward New Cold-War Era with China Michael C. Bender Gordon Lubold Kate O’Keeffe Jeremy Page wsj.com
R188 2018.10.16 2018 OCT 16 How Trump’s Trade War Is Driving China Nuts William Pesek politico.com
R189 2018.10.16 2018 OCT 16 Washington must send a message: China won’t be allowed to steal without consequence John P. Carlin washingtonpost.com
R190 2018.10.18 2018 OCT 18 U.S. Startup Accuses China’s Huawei of Trying to Steal Semiconductor Technology Kate O’Keeffe wsj.com
R191 2018.10.19 2018 OCT 19 The Crisis in U.S.-China Relations Richard N. Haass wsj.com
R192 2018.10.27 2018 OCT 27 China rattles Washington’s tech debates Nancy Scola politico.com
R193 2018.11.01 2018 NOV 01 A Better China Trade Strategy Editorial Board wsj.com
R194 2018.11.02 2018 NOV 02 As China settles in for trade war, leader Xi emphasizes ‘self-reliance’ Anna Fifield washingtonpost.com
R195 2018.11.02 2018 NOV 02 White House downplays progress with China on trade, sinking markets  washingtonpost.com
R196 2018.11.09 2018 NOV 09 Fact-Checking Trump’s Claims About the Chinese Economy nytimes.com
R197 2018.11.13 2018 NOV 13 Trump’s protectionism might just save the WTO washingtonpost.com
R198 2018.11.16 2018 NOV 16 Aiming to contain China would be a historic blunder Nathan Gardels washingtonpost.com
R199 2018.11.18 2018 NOV 18 China Plows Ahead with Modern Farming as American Tariffs Drive Up Crop Costs wsj.com
R200 2018.11.18 2018 NOV 18 Americas for the Chinese? US should tend to its own ‘backyard’ Carlos Gustavo Poggio Teixeira Fernanda Magnotta thehill.com
R201 2018.11.19 2018 NOV 19 Trump ups the ante in fight against China’s flagrant IP theft Claude Barfield thehill.com
R202 2018.11.20 2018 NOV 20 Americas for the Chinese? US should tend to its own ‘backyard’ Carlos Gustavo Poggio Teixeira Fernanda Magnotta thehill.com
R203 2018.11.28 2018 NOV 28 Notions of a significant US-China deal at G-20 are fanciful Robert Daly thehill.com
R204 2018.11.29 2018 NOV 29 After a Hiatus, China Accelerates Cyberspying Efforts to Obtain U.S. Technology  nytimes.com
R205 2018.11.29 2018 NOV 29  China might be looking to end the trade war. Don’t let it off easy.  washingtonpost.com
R206 2018.12.02 2018 DEC 02 U.S.-China Trade Truce Gives Both Sides Political Breathing Room nytimes.com
R207 2018.12.03 2018 DEC 03 Despite pause in trade war, U.S. and China’s economic relationship is forever changed David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R208 2018.12.03 2018 DEC 03 China ‘Is the Only One in the Race’ to Make Electric Buses, Taxis and Trucks Trefor Moss wsj.com
R209 2018.12.04 2018 DEC 04 The coming cyberwar: China may already be monitoring your electronic communications Morgan Wright thehill.com
R210 2018.12.07 2018 DEC 07 Chinese Warn of Western ‘Iron Curtain’ After Huawei Eva Dou wsj.com
R211 2018.12.07 2018 DEC 07 China ETFs Look to Rebound Gerrard Cowan wsj.com
R212 2018.12.11 2018 DEC 11 U.S., China Kick Off a New Round of Trade Talks Bob Davis Lingling Wei wsj.com
R213 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 China’s judgment on Huawei case: Anger, patriotism and iPhone boycotts Anna Fifield David J. Lynch Ellen Nakashima washingtonpost.com
R214 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 Trump administration to condemn China over hacking and economic espionage, escalating tensions between superpowers Ellen Nakashima David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R215 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 Treasury Yields Rise on Signs of Easing Trade Tensions wsj.com
R216 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 The coming cyberwar: China may already be monitoring your electronic communications thehill.com
R217 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 China Prepares Policy to Increase Access for Foreign Companies Lingling Wei Bob Davis wsj.com
R218 2018.12.12 2018 DEC 12 Treasury Yields Rise on Signs of Easing Trade Tensions Akane Otani  wsj.com
R219 2018.12.13 2018 DEC 13 The Old U.S. Trade War with Japan Looms Over Today’s Dispute with China Peter Landers wsj.com
R220 2018.12.13 2018 DEC 13 Trump’s trade war with China gathers steam — and purpose Liz Peek thehill.com
R221 2018.12.13 2018 DEC 13 DealBook Briefing: Trump’s Strong-Arming of China Might Be Working  nytimes.com
R222 2018.12.13 2018 DEC 11 U.S., China Kick Off a New Round of Trade Talks  wsj.com
R223 2018.12.13 2018 DEC 13 Real Time Economics: China Wants the Trade Fight with the U.S. to Go Away wsj.com
R224 2018.12.15 2018 DEC 15 Boeing Flies Close to Trade Tussle with New Facility in China Trefor Moss wsj.com
R225 2018.12.19 2018 DEC 19 China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns by  Bob Davis Lingling Wei wsj.com
R226 2018.12.21 2018 DEC 21 U. S. charges Chinese hackers in alleged theft of vast trove of confidential data in 12 countries Ellen Nakashima David J. Lynch washingtonpost.com
R227 2018.12.21 2018 DEC 21 China to Step Up Efforts to Halt Economic Downturn Amid Trade Tussle Lingling Wei wsj.com
R228 2018.12.21 2018 DEC 21 Did Beijing just blink? Ferial Ara Saeed thehill.com
R229 2018.12.21 2018 DEC 21 US and China: Things will get worse before they get worse Scott Kennedy thehill.com
R230 2018.12.27 2018 DEC 27 Tariffs Should Target Chinese Lawlessness, Not the Trade Deficit Martin Feldstein wsj.com
R231 2019.01.03 2019 JAN 03 Three things that the trade war with China won’t change Roselyn Hsueh washingtonpost.com
R232 2019.01.08 2019 JAN 08 China Offers Trump a Trade Peace Deal. It May Not Be Enough. nytimes.com
R233 2019.01.09 2019 JAN 09 Talks to End U.S.-China Trade War Now Shift to Make-or-Break Rounds nytimes.com
R234 2019.01.10 2019 JAN 10 Purchase agreements don’t solve real issues facing US, China Rui Zhong thehill.com
R235 2019.01.18 2019 JAN 18 The ethics of American justice in the arrest of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou Robert Foehl thehill.com
R236 2019.01.18 2019 JAN 18 ‘America Last’ crowd toasts China’s rise, America’s fall, prematurely Liz Peek thehill.com
R237 2019.01.22 2019 JAN 22 China’s Plan for Tech Dominance Is Advancing, Business Groups Say Bob Davis Lingling Wei wsj.com
R238 2019.01.27 2019 JAN 27 DealBook Briefing: Your Davos Cheat Sheet nytimes.com
R239 2019.02.05 2019 FEB 05 As U.S. and China Draw Up Trade Barriers, Germany Fights Back Ruth Bender wsj.com
R240 2019.02.14 2019 FEB 14 China Seeks to Woo U.S. With Promise of Big Chip Purchases Lingling Wei wsj.com
R241 2019.02.14 2019 FEB 14 How China Brings Us Together nytimes.com
R242 2019.02.15 2019 FEB 15 White House hails new round of China trade talks, but Trump’s deal remains elusive  Doug Palmer  Adam Behsudi politico.com
R243 2019.02.15 2019 FEB 15 The Morning Download: Whiskey-Maker CIO Distills Insights on the Path to AI Tom Loftus wsj.com
R244 2019.02.27 2019 FEB 27 We have reached the end game in the trade war Stuart Eizenstat Anne Pence Christopher Adams thehill.com
R245 2019.03.04 2019 MAR 04 Trump’s allies push him to resist a quick China deal Adam Behsudi Ben White Doug Palmer politico.com
R246 2019.03.04 2019 MAR 04 Behind China’s Desire for a Trade Deal with Trump Jonathan Kolatch wsj.com
R247 2019.03.05 2019 MAR 05 Why Are Republicans Embracing Economic State Planning? Veronique de Rugy nytimes.com
R248 2019.03.05 2019 MAR 05 Beijing Drops Contentious ‘Made in China 2025’ Slogan, but Policy Remains Lingling Wei wsj.com
R249 2019.03.06 2019 MAR 06 Real Time Economics: A U.S.-China Trade Deal Won’t Do Much for the Global Economy wsj.com
R250 2019.03.06 2019 MAR 06 DealBook Briefing: Carlos Ghosn Is Out of Jail  nytimes.com
R251 2019.03.08 2019 MAR 08 U.S.-China Trade Talks Hit a Bump Lingling Wei Jeremy Page Bob Davis wsj.com
R252 2019.03.08 2019 MAR 08 Xi’s Economy Needs Trump’s Help Editorial Board wsj.com
R253 2019.03.08 2019 MAR 08 Real Time Economics: The Global Economy Is Slowing wsj.com
R254 2019.03.21 2019 MAR 21 Rubio’s pragmatic thinking on China Robert D. Atkinson thehill.com
R255 2019.03.24 2019 MAR 24 Obama’s TPP Would’ve Helped Limit China wsj.com
R256 2019.03.27 2019 MAR 27 China to Reduce the Juice for Electric-Car Sales Trefor Moss wsj.com
R257 2019.04.01 2019 APR 01 China Purchases Could Undercut Trump’s Larger Trade Goal  nytimes.com
R258 2019.04.04 2019 APR 04 As China Trade Deal Nears, U.S. Senators Fear It Could Fall Short William Mauldin wsj.com
R259 2019.04.11 2019 APR 11 Big Brother wants to be your new car’s co-pilot Morgan Wright thehill.com
R260 2019.04.23 2019 APR 23 Electric Vehicles Hit a Speed Bump Stephen Wilmot wsj.com
R261 2019.04.23 2019 APR 23 Electric Vehicles Hit a Speed Bump Stephen Wilmot wsj.com
R262 2019.04.29 2019 APR 29 The politics of networks: How great power rivalries infected 5G Emily Taylor thehill.com
R263 2019.05.02 2019 MAY 02 Hope fades that U.S.-China deal will substantively tackle subsidies Adam Behsudi politico.com
R264 2019.05.02 2019 MAY 02 U.S.-China Trade Deal Unlikely to Address Cybertheft or Subsidies nytimes.com
R265 2019.05.05 2019 MAY 05 Trump, citing slow pace of talks, revives threat to put tariff on all Chinese goods Doug Palmer politico.com
R266 2019.05.14 2019 MAY 14 Graham warns of 5G security threat from China Maggie Miller thehill.com
R267 2019.05.21 2019 MAY 21 China Deserves Donald Trump nytimes.com
R268 2019.05.27 2019 MAY 27 Trump Wants to Wall Off Huawei, but the Digital World Bridles at Barriers nytimes.com
R269 2019.06.03 2019 JUN 03 Huawei Selling Stake in Undersea-Cable Firm as U.S. Pressure Mounts Jeremy Page wsj.com
R270 2019.06.13 2019 JUN 13 US denies Tesla’s Chinese tariff relief request John Bowden thehill.com
R271 2019.06.18 2019 JUN 18 Forced or Not? Why U.S. Says China Steals Technology Bloomberg News washingtonpost.com
R272 2019.06.20 2019 JUN 20 Congress Targets China’s Biotech Ambitions Kate O’Keeffe wsj.com
R273 2019.06.26 2019 JUN 26 Rivals Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo join forces to come out against Trump tariffs Aris Folley thehill.com
R274 2019.12.09 2019 DEC 09 China Faces Off Against World on Open Global Markets Mark Magnier William Mauldin wsj.com
R275 2020.06.13 2020 JUN 13 Pandemic deepens economic pain at Trump’s company, already suffering from a tarnished brand Joshua Partlow David A. Fahrenthold Jonathan O’Connell washingtonpost.com
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ARTICLE TITLE: “Made in China 2025” Unmade?
Article Link: macropolo.org
Date-stamped: 2019 AUG 20
Author: Eliot Chen

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2020 JUL 13 Things To Come: Three SCOTUS Members Will Pass Away In Reasonably Close Succession

CURRENT MEMBERS ARE:


Sandra Day O’Connor
(Retired), Associate Justice, was born in El Paso, Texas,
DOB: March 26, 1930.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Associate Justice, was born in Brooklyn, New York,
DOB: March 15, 1933.


Anthony M. Kennedy
(Retired), Associate Justice, was born in Sacramento, California,
DOB: July 23, 1936.

Stephen G. Breyer
Associate Justice, was born in San Francisco, California,
DOB: August 15, 1938.


Clarence Thomas
Associate Justice, was born in the Pinpoint community near Savannah, Georgia
DOB: June 23, 1948.

David H. Souter
(Retired), Associate Justice, was born in Melrose, Massachusetts,
DOB: September 17, 1939.


Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
Associate Justice, was born in Trenton, New Jersey,
DOB: April 1, 1950.

Sonia Sotomayor
Associate Justice, was born in Bronx, New York,
DOB: June 25, 1954.


John G. Roberts, Jr.
Chief Justice of the United States, was born in Buffalo, New York,
DOB: January 27, 1955.

Elena Kagan
Associate Justice, was born in New York, New York, on
DOB: April 28, 1960.


Brett M. Kavanaugh
Associate Justice, was born in Washington, D.C.,
DOB: February 12, 1965.

Neil M. Gorsuch
Associate Justice, was born in Denver, Colorado,
DOB: August 29, 1967.


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