A Chinese company’s purchase of farmland in North Dakota just down the road from a US Air Force base that houses sensitive drone technology has lawmakers on Capitol Hill worried
The two argued that a local licence issued by Turkey’s RTUK media regulator would infringe on their independence and allow Ankara to censor their content. Rights advocates said Turkey’s decision
Risalat, protected by her British passport, returned to Urumqi the very day innocent Uyghurs were mown down by soldiers in 2009. The Uyghurs’ Massacre of July 2009: A Survivor Remembers
NATO chief says Finland and Sweden being on the cusp of joining alliance shows Putin made a ‘huge mistake’ by invading Ukraine
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in a new interview with CNN said this week marks a “victory” for the alliance with Finland and Sweden on the verge of becoming new members,
President Yoon Suk-yeol became the first South Korean leader to attend a NATO summit, joining national NATO leaders as an observer at a meeting in Spain as Russian forces intensified
The survey, conducted between Feb. 13 and June 3, found that a median of 68% of respondents said they have an unfavorable view of China. Americans with a negative view
Italian Premier Mario Draghi says the Indonesian presidency of the Group of 20 nations has ruled out in-person participation by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the November meeting of the
Turkey agreed Tuesday to lift its opposition to Sweden and Finland joining NATO, ending an impasse that had clouded a leaders’ summit opening in Madrid amid Europe’s worst security crisis
The world’s wealthiest democracies on Sunday announced a $600 billion global infrastructure initiative to counter China’s push to exert political and commercial influence through massive investments across emerging economies. G-7 unveils
The latest US ban has been called by Chinese firms and experts an “evil” move aimed at pushing a considerable chunk of Chinese products out of the global supply chain.
When a bank in Henan, in central China, ran into tech trouble recently, customers found they couldn’t withdraw their money online. Naturally, many headed to the bank to demand answers.
The Biden administration faces a crucial test of its willingness to confront the genocide in China. This week, a new U.S. law meant to cripple China’s ability to profit from