If China Cracks Down on Hong Kong, Trump Should Extend His Tariffs


Published August 12, 2019

The Washington Post

The occupation of Hong Kong’s international airport by anti-government protesters Monday presents China with an unwelcome choice: allow Hong Kong to move toward full democracy or use its own military to forcibly suppress the protesters. President Trump should not stand idly by if the Chinese government chooses to use force.

Click here to read the rest of this piece at the Washington Post’s website.

Henry Olsen is a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.


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