"Unlike other countries," he said, "when they face challenges they try to sweep everything under the rug ignore it, repress it, push it back. We're doing this all out in the open."
"Hong Kong affairs are purely China's internal affairs and allow for no foreign interference," a foreign ministry spokesperson said.
In a virtual address to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, Chinese Communist Party Politburo member Yang Jiechi urged President Biden to avoid the "misguided policies" of the Trump Era.
Thousands turned out in cities across Russia for a second weekend of protests calling for the release of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
The military seized control early on Monday and announced a year-long state of emergency, accusing the civilian leadership of electoral fraud in the November election.
The Kremlin responded by accusing the U.S. and Secretary of State Blinken of "crude interference" in their domestic affairs.
The emergence in Congress of a bipartisan view of China as a serious threat to American interests may see the Biden administration take an equally tough stance on Beijing's policies.
"This will address all the negative humanitarian and military effects and will allow the Yemeni political process to begin," Ansar Allah spokesperson Mohammed Abdul Salam told Newsweek.
The White House is pushing Iran to return to compliance with the nuclear deal before it lifts sanctions, but Tehran wants Joe Biden to make the first move.
Once buoyant about the chances of a thaw in relations, China's state media is now warning of a "long winter" ahead for ties with Washington.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesman called outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "a doomsday clown."
President-elect Joe Biden's nominee for secretary of state was quizzed by senators Tuesday at his confirmation hearing.
If Congress wants to be treated as an equal, it needs to do the job the Founders insisted on in the U.S. Constitution.
Blinken said "no party has a monopoly on good ideas," and he embraced Trump's tough stance in dealing with China.
Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Citadel and others paid Yellen for speeches and have business before the department that Biden nominated her to run. Antony Blinken also has ties to companies which lobby the State Department.
Blinken, 58, served in President Barack Obama's administration as deputy secretary of state and principal deputy national security adviser.