During China’s Great Famine, a group of university students managed to publish Spark, a journal documenting the grave plight of their people that spoke directly to the country’s authoritarian politics. Spark did not make it to a second issue. That a single issue found life at all is the subject of a modern-day journalist’s mission to […]
The world believes China is leading the way on green energy. In reality, Xi Jinping’s political legitimacy depends on fossil-fuel powered growth for stability. Broadcast by Between the Lines, Australian Broadcasting Corporation Probe International’s Patricia Adams joins Between the Lines with Tom Switzer to discuss China’s record highs for coal production. Beijing has approved its largest expansion of […]
If banks fail, social unrest can follow.
Australia is being held up as the model for Canada in pushing back against China’s meddling in Canadian politics. Now, intelligence reports suggest Canadian PM, Justin Trudeau ignored warnings of Chinese interference in the 2019 and 2021 Canadian polls — that he won narrowly. Patricia Adams, Toronto-based economist and executive director of China watchdog, Probe International, joins ABC […]
Patricia Adams joins Global News’ Shaye Ganam to dig deeper into Canada’s role as an easy mark for manipulation by a foreign power. In the wake of the so-called public inquiry into China’s interference in our democracy, many are left wondering: how was a foreign dictatorship able to influence the politics of our country? Probe […]
The countries of the West are teeming with Chinese spies, and Canada is no exception. But other countries have done something about it.
Probe International’s Patricia Adams joins The Andrew Lawton Show to discuss the China election interference story that keeps on growing.
Abundant evidence attests to widespread infiltration by China’s Communist Party (CCP) into the Canadian parliament and Canadian institutions, including Privy Council Office documents that are now a matter of public record.
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon The countries of the West are teeming with Chinese spies, and Canada is no exception. But in one way, Canada does stand out, and glaringly so. Unlike the governments of other countries, which in the last five years came to appreciate the extent of China’s malevolent influence in their […]
By Patricia Adams and Lawrence Solomon What explains the remarkable exchanges between President Xi and Prime Minister Trudeau at the G20 meeting, where Xi initially rebuked Trudeau in diplomatese by refusing to grant him a formal audience, and then rebuked Trudeau publicly in a corridor press scrum after granting him an informal meeting? The most plausible explanation given the […]