The new US Bill to counter China contains policies for Tibet, Xinjiang

The United States in its new anti-China Bill includes policies for Tibet, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, the problem areas of the People’s Republic of China, where it aims to uphold democratic values ​​against China’s oppression. The 283-page bill, created by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is designed to counter China’s economic and geopolitical power.

Under Section 136 of the Bill, which deals with how the United States will support independent media and anti-deformation, it states that the US Agency for Global media will increase funding for Mandarin language services , Tibet, Uyghur and Cantonese Radio Free Asia. He also said how China spends heavily on influence operations, even in western countries. For example, China spent $ 500,0000,000 on an advertising campaign to attract cable viewers in Australia, he said.

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“The United States and European nations share serious concerns with the editions being supported and implemented by the Chinese government in Tibet, Hong Kong and Xinjiang,” said the Bill, adding that the government should continue to implement measures to address China-specific abuse in these regions and should build joint mechanisms and programs to prevent the export of China’s authoritarian governance model to countries worldwide, “said the Bill, which was unveiled early in April.

When the United States conducts an annual review of Chinese companies’ presence in the US capital markets, it will see whether the company has contributed to religious and ethnic minority oppression in China, including the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region or the Tibet Autonomous Regions, the Bill. mentions.

In its regional strategies to counteract the People’s Republic of China, the United States lists Tibetan Buddhists among whom the United States wants to promote the values ​​of democracy and human rights.

The Bill also supports the resumption of normal relations with Taiwan, which is considered a rebel province by China. Section 212 of the Bill states that U.S. policy is to recognize Taiwan as an integral part of the US In-pacific strategy. The policy aims to promote Taiwan’s security and its democracy as key elements for the continued peace and stability of the larger Indo-Pacific region and so on.