WHO WE ARE
Committee on the Present Danger: China
The mission of the Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) is to help defend America through public education and advocacy against the full array of conventional and non-conventional dangers posed by the People’s Republic of China. As with the Soviet Union in the past, Communist China represents an existential and ideological threat to the United States and to the idea of freedom—one that requires a new American consensus regarding the policies and priorities required to defeat this threat. And for this purpose, it is necessary to bring to bear the collective skills, expertise and energies of a diverse group of experts on China, national security practitioners, human rights and religious freedom activists and others who have joined forces under the umbrella of the Committee on Present Danger: China.
Captive Nations Coalition
The Committee on the Present Danger: China is forming a coalition of organizations, leaders, and citizens of formerly free and independent countries now held captive by China and subject to China’s oppressive “One China” policy which has brutally stripped them of political and cultural autonomy.
The coalition will reach those countries in the process of becoming captive to China through the CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to warn them of China’s history of colonization through force and now, financial enslavement.
At China Change, a few dedicated staff on a shoe string budget bring you information and produce videos about human rights, the rule of law, and civil society in China. We want to help you understand aspects of China’s political landscape that are the most censored and least understood.
Since 1977, the U.S. Tibet Committee (USTC) has worked to further the Tibetan people’s nonviolent struggle to restore independence to Tibet. At the grass roots level, our commitment is to educate Americans on the occupation of Tibet, and to mobilize them into action against this injustice.
Southern Mongolia Human Rights Information Center gathers and distributes information concerning human rights in Southern (Inner) Mongolia; promotes democracy education, and grassroots movements with the goal of establishing a democratic political system in Southern Mongolia.
Hong Kong Liberation Coalition (HKLC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization registered in Washington D.C. formed by Hong Kongers in exile. We are dedicated to supporting the Hong Kong asylum seekers in the United States, as well as advocating the international community to take concrete actions in support of the freedom and democracy of Hong Kong.