What Tiananmen Square Can Teach Us About COVID-19

June 2, 2021 Michael Sobolik Newsweek

For most of the world, the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre recalls familiar yet macabre vignettes of hopeful students and the iron tanks that crushed them, along with their cries for freedom. In China, however, there is nothing to recall on June 4th because, as far as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is concerned, nothing happened.

Global Islamism Monitor No. 89

May 25, 2021 Ilan I. Berman, Maya Walborsky

Great power competition and the War on Terror;
France frets over and ISIS resurgence;
Abu Sayyaf seeks sanctuary;
Vienna takes a stand on Hezbollah;
The challenge of Central Asia reintegration