This is a good example of the conflict between globalism and nationalism. At what point do American shareholders need to be penalized for doing business with foreign governments that compromise national security? The liberal democracy of global capitalism can’t melt with economies that do not exist apart from their corresponding governments when we have to worry about potential threats from said governments. Therefore we must choose between politically disassociating with Americans who work with these foreign corporations that are intrinsically connected with governmental oversight, or we address the national security issues head on. And the best way to do the latter, which is what I want, is to expose the crimes and injustices of these countries. Alas! Doing so would also expose the question of the corrupt dealings between corporations and government here at home, so expect the spineless republicans sponsoring this bill to favor the former option of screwing over Americans investing overseas.