Wonderful, but if the NSL is truly for National Security, make it illegal to use information gained using one in a domestic criminal investigation or give it to any corporation for their commercial use.
How will the past one child policy affect China's foreign policy? If a family only has only one child how ready are they to risk that child in a war? Are the parents who have only one child now of an age where they can affect national policy or are the present policy makers of a generation that was still able to have more than one and therefore more open to this risk? If there is an affect how will relaxing this policy affect China's foreign policy?
I retired and founded a charity "Kawaza School Fund" that supports a school in Luangwa Valley, Zambia. We are a small charity but everything we can do to help these children is greatly appreciated. It's amazing what just a little help can do for people with so little.