The Vincent Chin case serves as a wakeup call to address anti-Asian bias and racial intolerance.
Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.
Long competition with China is beginning to color all manner of American policy move.
A Pew Research Center survey of 9,654 U.S. adults last June found that roughly 31% of Asian adults said they had been the subject of slurs or jokes.
An unspeakable tragedy” for both the victims’ families and an Asian-American community that has been reeling from high levels of racist attacks since early 2020.
The US history has had a systemic, official and unofficial, exclusion for the Chinese, and this pandemic brought the debate back up again.
Almost 40% of U.S. adults ,and 58% of the respondents of Asian descent – said it’s more common for people to express racist views about Asians than before the outbreak of COVID-19.
Modest measures by the US can reverse the dangerous decay in US-China relations.
Politicians pumped up the image of Asian Americans as a way to shift the blame for black poverty.
Today’s bitter superpower competition is not about military might, but about technology, cyberconflict and influence operations.