China

China is a leading geopolitical competitor of the United States. As China's strength increases, it must comply with high standards of human rights and treatment of other Asian and global nations. We will provide our readers with American perspectives on trade, intellectual property, and technology transfer between the two countries.

Andrew H. Sweet
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'Xi Jinping Is My Spiritual Leader': China's Education Drive In Tibet

China is broadening its political education campaign as it celebrates the 70th anniversary of its control over Tibet.

Andrew H. Sweet
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Beijing Stoking Discontent With Negative News Spin

Beijing is ramping up its cognitive warfare by aggregating negative news reports to stoke public discontent toward the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Raghavan Mayur
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85% Favor More Initiatives To Counter Russia's And China's Vax Diplomacy

Most Americans want the United States to counter Russia's and China's vaccine diplomacy.

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China's Repression Of Uyghurs Is 'Crime Against Humanity', Amnesty Says

The repression of hundreds of thousands of China's Uyghur Muslim minority amounts to "crimes against humanity," a report published by human rights group Amnesty International said.

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Chinese Authorities Arrest Over 1,100 People In Crypto Crime Crackdown

The arrests come amid a greater call to take on financial crimes nationwide.

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Japan And Australia Stress Importance Of 'Peace And stability' In Taiwan Strait For First Time

Japan and Australia affirmed the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait while agreeing to deepen bilateral security cooperation amid China's rising assertiveness in regional waters.

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Olympics: India Drops Chinese Kit Sponsor Ahead Of Tokyo Games

India’s Olympics body says the decision is linked to public sentiment following last year’s border clashes between the two nations.

Anjali Krishnan
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Uyghurs Are Being Deported From Muslim Countries, Raising Concerns About China's Growing Reach

More than a dozen accounts were collected by CNN detailing the alleged detention and deportation of Uyghurs at China's request in three major Arab countries: Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

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WHO Says It Can’t Force China To Give More Info On COVID Origins

WHO official Mike Ryan said the agency could not ‘compel’ China to share more but expects full ‘cooperation’ from member states.

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China Policies Could Cut Millions Of Uyghur Births In Xinjiang

Chinese birth control policies could cut between 2.6 to 4.5 million births of the Uyghur and other ethnic minorities in southern Xinjiang within 20 years.

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Xiaohongshu Account Blocked After Post On Tiananmen Anniversary

A social media account for a popular Chinese e-commerce site has been blocked after it issued a post on the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.

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NZ Man Facing Extradition To China

New Zealand’s top court left open the possibility that a man could be extradited to China to face murder charges in a landmark case that has big diplomatic implications.