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Vice President Mike Pence's China Speech at Hudson Institute

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Vice President Mike Pence's Remarks on the Administration's Policy Towards China

On October 4, Vice President Mike Pence delivered a major speech on the administration’s policy towards China at Hudson Institute.
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Vice President Mike Pence's China Speech at Hudson Institute

Pence accused China of meddling in America's democracy, in a wide-ranging speech. He also slammed China's militarization of contested areas in the South and East China Sea, its practice of debt diplomacy in developing countries, and efforts to convince other nations to sever ties with Taiwan.
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US Vice President Pence's China speech and its influence

A little over a week ago, Mike Pence delivered a speech at the Hudson Institute that criticized China on nearly every front. The American vice president's scathing rhetoric has led some to suggest he was declaring a new Cold War. But who was the primary audience for the speech, and what was it intended to do? Does Pence speak for Donald Trump, or are further surprises to be expected? Regardless of words, what attitude and actions should China be taking to safeguard its own national interest?
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China's Attempt to Influence U.S. Institutions: A Conversation with FBI Director Christopher Wray

Join Hudson Institute for a conversation with Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray on the pernicious influence of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the United States and how the Bureau is responding to curtail Beijing’s far reaching influence.
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Vice President Pence on the Administration’s Policy Toward China

On Oct. 4, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence gave a speech at the Hudson Institute. Read the whole text here:

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Pence launches broadside against China's meddling in US politics, policies

(4 Oct 2018) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is accusing China of trying to undermine President Donald Trump as the administration deploys tough new rhetoric over Chinese trade, economic and foreign policies.
In prepared remarks for an appearance Thursday at the Hudson Institute, Pence says China is using its power in more proactive and coercive ways to interfere in the domestic policies and politics of the United States.
China wants a different American president, Pence says.
Pence's speech comes a week after Trump accused China during a meeting of the U.N. Security Council of interfering in American elections to help his Democratic rivals.
Regrettably, we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election, Trump said.
They do not want me, or us, to win because I am the first president ever to challenge China on trade.
As proof, Trump later referenced a paid advertising insert in The Des Moines Register by Chinese government-affiliated entities.

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Panel participants included Mr. Roger Zakheim, Washington director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute and member of the Commission on the National Defense Strategy for the United States; Dr. Austin Long, a nuclear policy advisor serving in the Joint Staff J5 (Strategy, Plans, and Policy) Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Policy Division; Dr. Thomas Karako, senior fellow with the International Security Program and the director of the Missile Defense Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS); and Rebeccah Heinrichs, senior fellow at Hudson Institute. - Captured Live on Ustream at

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Recent naval expansion and modernization efforts by China have increasingly challenged the U.S. Navy in the Asia-Pacific region. New long-range anti-ship missiles, military modernization, and the continued armament of islands in the South China Sea are evidence of China’s strategic aspirations in the region. With its newfound naval strength, China has become increasingly aggressive towards Taiwan and other key states in the region and has escalated tensions with the U.S. by denying access to its regional allies. Capt. Fanell will discuss these efforts by China and the steps the U.S. can take to ensure necessary access to the region. - Captured Live on Ustream at

CGTN fact checks Vice President Pence's speech

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Vice President Pence remarks on China at Hudson Institute

VICE PRESIDENT PENCE SPEAKS AT HUDSON INSTITUTE

America had hoped that economic liberalization would bring China into a greater partnership with us and with the world. Instead, China has chosen economic aggression, which has in turn emboldened its growing military.

Pence launches broadside against China's meddling

(4 Oct 2018) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is accusing China of trying to undermine President Donald Trump as the administration deploys tough new rhetoric over Chinese trade, economic and foreign policies.
In prepared remarks for an appearance Thursday at the Hudson Institute, Pence says China is using its power in more proactive and coercive ways to interfere in the domestic policies and politics of the United States.
China wants a different American president, Pence says.
Pence's speech comes a week after Trump accused China during a meeting of the U.N. Security Council of interfering in American elections to help his Democratic rivals.
Regrettably, we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election, Trump said.
They do not want me, or us, to win because I am the first president ever to challenge China on trade.
As proof, Trump later referenced a paid advertising insert in The Des Moines Register by Chinese government-affiliated entities.

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Qinduo Xu on the impact of US Vice President Mike Pence's speech on China

CGTN's Sean Callebs spoke with Qinduo Xu, Senior Fellow at the Pangoal Institution about the impact of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's speech on China.

The China Challenge: Secretary Pompeo remarks at the Hudson Institute's Herman Kahn Award Gala

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo remarks at the Hudson Institute’s Herman Kahn Award Gala, in New York City, New York, On October 30, 2019.
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Pence launches broadside against China's meddling

(4 Oct 2018) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is accusing China of trying to undermine President Donald Trump as the administration deploys tough new rhetoric over Chinese trade, economic and foreign policies.
In prepared remarks for an appearance Thursday at the Hudson Institute, Pence says China is using its power in more proactive and coercive ways to interfere in the domestic policies and politics of the United States.
China wants a different American president, Pence says.
Pence's speech comes a week after Trump accused China during a meeting of the U.N. Security Council of interfering in American elections to help his Democratic rivals.
Regrettably, we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election, Trump said.
They do not want me, or us, to win because I am the first president ever to challenge China on trade.
As proof, Trump later referenced a paid advertising insert in The Des Moines Register by Chinese government-affiliated entities.

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Uighur translation of Vice President Mike Pence’s speech on China at the Hudson institute

ئامېرىكا مۇئاۋىن پىرزىدنىتى مايىك پەنسنڭ ختتاي توغىرسدىكى نۇتۇقى - تاھىر ئىمىن

WATCH: Vice President Mike Pence slams Nike, NBA for ‘siding with’ China over Hong Kong tweet

Vice President Mike Pence said Nike is “checking its social conscience at the door” when it comes to China and the dispute over the Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's now-deleted tweet supporting the Hong Kong protests. During a speech at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., Pence called out Nike for removing Rockets gear from its Chinese stores amid the tweet controversy. Pence also blamed the NBA for not standing up to China’s criticism. “In siding with the Chinese Communist Party and silencing free speech, the NBA is acting like a wholly-owned subsidiary of that authoritarian regime,” Pence said.

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Pence launches broadside against China's meddling

Vice President Mike Pence is accusing China of trying to undermine President Donald Trump as the administration deploys tough new rhetoric over Chinese trade, economic and foreign policies. (Oct. 4) -- The Associated Press

Now the perfect time to sign free-trade deal with Taiwan: Pence

Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that now was the perfect time to sign a free-trade agreement with Taiwan. He was speaking at the Heritage Foundation, a Washington-based think tank where he is a visiting fellow. During his speech, Pence urged the Biden administration to toughen its stance on China. He said U.S. engagement with Taiwan would promote peace and stability in the region, while encouraging other free countries to follow suit.

For the first time since leaving office, former U.S. Vice President Pence has spoken publicly about the U.S.’ China policy. He urged the Biden administration to take a harder line toward Beijing.

Mike Pence
Former US vice president
The Chinese Communist Party is the biggest threat to our prosperity security and values on the face of the earth. China may not yet be an evil empire, but it’s working hard every day to become one.

Pence said the U.S. should quickly decouple its economy from China in industries essential to security of the U.S. and its people. He also called for deeper ties with Taiwan, saying that the time was ripe for a U.S.-Taiwan free trade agreement.

Mike Pence
Former US vice president
We should also take this opportunity in history to strengthen the ties of economic commerce between the United States and Taiwan. Now is the perfect time to negotiate a trade agreement with Taiwan. It will benefit both partners, while also helping Taiwan remain strong and secure. Engaging with Taiwan encourages other free nations to do likewise. And it promotes stability and peace in the region.

Wang Zhin-sheng
Association of Chinese Elite Leadership
Pence has prestige among conservative circles and in mainstream parties. On top of that, he’s seen as the most likely candidate for the Republican Party in the 2024 presidential election. His remarks indicate the direction that the Republican Party is inclined to take. They also put pressure on the ruling Biden administration.

The expert says Pence’s remarks reflect the Republican Party’s Taiwan stance, and could also accelerate the signing of an FTA. They also show the rising importance of the Taiwan issue in mainstream U.S. politics.

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