The Russian leader is "not in a position" to complain about a new Chinese map, according to a George Mason University professor. .
Sanjay Raut reacted with fury after China released a map claiming ownership over Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin.
The U.S. needs minerals and metals from Africa to meet President Joe Biden's ambitions for a transition to green energy. However, China stands in his way.
Images captured by animal rescuers show "frightened" dogs stranded on roofs following floods that left dozens of people and hundreds of animals dead.
A missile and drone attack launched by Moscow damaged a building at the Chinese consulate in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa this week.
Hanoch Dov Milwidsky, a member of Israel's parliament, told Newsweek he doesn't "see anything wrong with China wanting to help."
Secretary Lloyd Austin also issued a warning to Beijing against "risky" military acts during his speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue.
"The Pentagon has formulated plans for hitting opponents with genetically engineered weapons," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
The former secretary of state also said he would be willing to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
Two New York-based individuals have been charged for allegedly supporting Chinese interests as part of a secret outpost in Manhattan.
TikTok said this "egregious government overreach" threatened Montana users and creators' "First Amendment rights."
China has reportedly fostered relationships with Utah officials in order to bolster its image and interests abroad.
One of Trudeau's former MPs has quit the governing Liberal Party following claims he lobbied to delay the release of two Canadians being held in China.
Representative Dan Crenshaw thanked TikTok CEO Shou Chew for "bringing Republicans and Democrats together."
The picture was said to show Russia's President Vladimir Putin bending below Xi Jinping as the pair met in Moscow
The Russian president did not greet the Chinese leader at the airport during his arrival in Moscow for this week's high-stakes visit.
Chinese companies, including one tied to the Beijing government, have reportedly sent supplies to Russia that could be used for military purposes.
"China can only have one ally—China itself," said Russian journalist Mikhail Khodaryonok on the Russia 1 channel.
The Chinese leader's upcoming visit to Moscow makes it "look like China is taking sides" in the war between Russia and Ukraine, one expert told Newsweek.
Beijing has denied allegations that it had suggested supplying Moscow with weapons in the ongoing war in Ukraine.
China said its position on Ukraine was "objective and fair."
Beijing's desire to maintain closer ties with Moscow and its allies could undermine its calls for peace in Ukraine.
China has tried to frame the U.S. response to its spy balloon as "hysterical." On Tuesday, it suggested that the U.S. should focus on domestic matters instead.