"More than 150 Tibetan people have burned themselves alive...I stand with my Tibetan brothers and sisters, and I support their calls for Freedom," Kanter said.
"As a neighboring country, China is certainly concerned about Afghanistan's counter-terrorism," Shanghai International Studies University's Fan Hongda told Newsweek.
Massive, economic paradigm-shifting industries require the most rudimentary of guidelines to best channel their comprehensive societal value-add.
U.S. officials expressed surprise at the capabilities achieved by the Chinese military, according to a report by the Financial Times.
The "Sleeping Bus Tour" lulls riders to sleep who often can only sleep on their commute to work.
Nicholas Burns endorsed Joe Biden's values-led foreign policy as the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held his confirmation hearing on Wednesday.
Three people died and 30 more were injured in the blast at a restaurant in Shenyang, northeastern China.
The deal would have secured Evergrande with $2.6 billion ahead of a Saturday deadline marking the end of a 30-day grace period on its missed loan payment.
As the head of the FCC moves to further restrict the use of Chinese drones, an internal DOI memo argues "there are no domestically produced UAS [unmanned aircraft systems] available" to fight fires the same way.
USS Connecticut's accident in the South China Sea in October has become an opportunity for China to denounce freedom of navigation—and the AUKUS pact.
Members of the political delegation from the Afghan Taliban's movement attended talks in Moscow on Wednesday.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute's report reveals the vast system behind seven years of suspected oppression.
CCP media used the recent China-India border skirmishes as an opportunity to throw shade on the U.S.-India alliance.
The legislation approved by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations aims to allow the U.S. to counter China's maritime claims with targeted sanctions.
The director of Taiwan's National Security Bureau said China's ruling Communist Party is "trapped inside a security dilemma."
Drones made by Chinese firm DJI could be gathering data "that could be exploited by Beijing," according to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.
The delay comes as Evergrande nears the end of the 30-day grace period on a missed bond payment from September.
The launch spurred South Korean authorities to voice "deep regret" over continued weapons tests from the North despite its efforts to smooth over tensions.
Polling by a Beijing-friendly newspaper showed 10 percent of Taiwan's public was interested in some form of "unification" with China.
Korean War epic "The Battle at Lake Changjin" recouped more than its $200 million production budget on its opening day this month.
China's months-long energy crisis could last until next spring, but the government says it has boosted production to meet the shortage of supply.
China's state media outlets announced the "world-leading" achievement on Tuesday in a significant step for the country's spacefaring ambitions.
Beijing 2022 is a rare moment for the Greek government to honor our past and take a stand against the International Olympic Committee and the Chinese government's distortion of our most sacred, Indigenous heritage.
"How can Beijing be allowed to host the Olympics given that they are committing a genocide against the Uyghurs?" one protester said.
Top diplomats told Newsweek President Joe Biden must contain the short- to medium-term Russian threat and face China's existential challenge.
"There's a new day rising in America. There's a new patriotic fervor rising in America," the Republican North Carolina congressman said.
"No cunning fox can beat a good hunter," the People's Liberation Army Daily said.