Civ Watch: Wednesday Edition

When The Next American Civil War Starts – David Warren at Essays In Idleness
The Anxiety Behind Communist China’s Swagger – Matthew Goodman at Center for Strategic & International Studies
Forgotten Britain – Oliver Wiseman at City Journal
Actually, China’s Communist Government Can Rot In Hell – David Harsanyi at The Federalist
The Growing Economic-Political Divide In The US – Marcus Roberts at Mercatornet
Do All Revolutions End Badly? – History Today
Brexit Is Giving Welsh Nationalism A New Popular Appeal – Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett at The Guardian
Hong Kong Protester Shot As Chinese Communism Turns 70, How Fitting – Fr. Ben Johnson at Acton Institute Powerblog
Malaysia’s Dangerous Racial & Religious Trajectory – Amy Chew at theinterpreter

Documents Expose Chinese Communist Party’s Efforts To Manipulate Chinese Diaspora – Ye Ling at Bitter Winter
Japan’s Hong Kong Conundrum – Stephen R. Nagy, Ph.D., at the japan times
As Communist China Turns 70, Its Dark Past Haunts Its Future – Helen Raleigh at The Federalist
The Pacific & A “Third Option” To The Independence Question – Kerryn Baker at theinterpreter
‘Afraid We Will Become The Next Xinjiang’: China’s Hui Muslims Face Crackdown – Emily Feng at NPR
China Marks 70 Years Of Communism & Human Rights Abuses – CNA via The Catholic World Report

Beijing Ramped Up Crackdowns On Churches Before National Day – Wang Gong at Bitter Winter
Kosovo Is Simultaneously ‘Too Big’ & ‘Too Small’ Of An International Issue – Fitim Salihu at Kosovo 2.0

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