Category: Homeland Security News

ResilienceEngineers and Economists Prize Efficiency, but Nature Favors Resilience – Lessons from Texas, COVID-19 and the 737 Max By Moshe Y. Vardi Published 18 May 2021 The damage from Winter Storm Uri, the economic devastation from the COVID-19 pandemic and the fatal Boeing 737 Max accidents show the price society pays for a relentless pursuit

China watchFamily De-Planning: The Coercive Campaign to Drive Down Indigenous Birth-Rates in Xinjiang By Nathan Ruser and James Leibold Published 18 May 2021 Beginning in April 2017, Chinese Communist Party authorities in Xinjiang launched a series of “strike-hard” campaigns against “illegal births” with the explicit aim to “reduce and stabilize a moderate birth level” and