Hong Kong police warned protesters on Thursday that they were moving “one step closer to terrorism” by sinking the city into chaos.
University students from mainland China and Taiwan are fleeing Hong Kong, while those from two Scandinavian countries have been moved or urged to leave as college campuses become the latest battleground in the city's 5-month-long anti-government unrest.
A Chinese Ministry of Commerce spokesmen announced today that the U.S. and China have agreed to roll back tariffs in phases.
After last week’s controversial visit to Xinjiang by the head of the UN’s Counterterrorism Office, Beijing has responded to international concerns that such a trip was “inappropriate” by again claiming that the surveillance state in place to monitor the Muslim Uighur population is justified by the security context.
The Coast Guard is increasingly orienting itself toward China, senior officials said, by deploying new cutters, repositioning older ones and dispatching service members to countries such as Vietnam and Sri Lanka to help train those nations' coast guards.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dunford, issued a stunning rebuke last month to Google about its recent investments in China.
Federal authorities are investigating possible Chinese intelligence operations targeting President Donald Trump and his private Palm Beach club, Mar-a-Lago, sources familiar with the never-before-reported investigation told the Miami Herald on Wednesday.
Kevin Mallory, a veteran intelligence operative who started selling secrets to China, will learn Thursday afternoon whether he will ever leave prison.
Crunching the numbers, China will come close but not overtake the U.S. economy. China’s population is getting too old too fast.