China's continued crackdown on opposition voices comes just weeks after Beijing warned President Joe Biden's administration not to interfere in Hong Kong.
President Joe Biden is facing pressure to keep American athletes out of the 2022 Beijing games.
The owners of the Mad Butcher Meat Company store, who are of Chinese descent, said they had been left "shaken" by the incident.
China's growing influence and promotion of security technologies in the global south could "reshape human rights from the ground up," warns a national security analyst in Washington, D.C.
Congress and the Biden administration have a rare opportunity, by acting swiftly to extend and fully fund the compacts, to support democratic allies whose interests coincide with those of the United States.
The Pew survey found deep partisan divisions, with Republicans lacking confidence in the president on every major foreign policy issue.
While Singapore does not want to be party to any containment scheme against China, it remains keenly invested in maintaining U.S. military primacy in the region, said security analyst Collin Koh.
Lawmakers from both parties proposed laws this week to counter Beijing's propaganda and pressure on American companies.
The U.S.S. Curtis Wilbur made the Navy's second Taiwan Strait transit under Biden on Wednesday, in a move showing Washington's "commitment to secure Taiwan against China's armed aggression," an analyst said.
An "awakening" to the challenges posed by Beijing has caused a shift in attitude in the United Kingdom, says Tom Tugendhat, chair of China Research Group.
China will remain the principal challenger to America's status in the world during the Biden term and for decades beyond, with Russia a close second.
A Department of Defense spokesperson said Tuesday that Chinese coast guard actions near the Senkaku Islands risk "miscalculation" and potentially "material harm."
This month's polling by a Taiwanese magazine showed just 60 percent of the island's population was in favor of taking any of the available COVID-19 vaccines.
After Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi listed Beijing's demands for a reset of U.S.-China relations, former Trump administration adviser Miles Yu called the remarks "inappropriate" and "illogical."
China Rescue Dogs will transport 145 dogs to the U.S. next week, with another 60 following later if the charity raises enough money.
One of the men held is a blogger with 2.5 million followers on social media site Weibo, which has suspended his accounts for a year.
The State Department on Monday dismissed Chinese grievances over U.S. remarks as Beijing's "tendency to avert blame."
Last week's incursion was the seventh time this year Chinese vessels have entered Japanese waters, according to Tokyo.
The London-based consultancy Capital Economics predicts that fewer workers will drag down China's economy.
"It's gotten close to a billion people out of poverty over the last 40 years, and given the economic challenges in the Middle East, there is a lot to like about the thinking of the Chinese model," Princeton University's Michael Robbins told Newsweek.
There has been a slow but consistent rise of dissenting views in the face of China's repressive state power.
Chinese military experts told state TV that the Taiwanese government's "collusion" with Washington would only lead to more aggression from Beijing.
The theater in the city of Dongyang, eastern China, had been open for just six days before Wednesday's incident.
Repudiating the Trump administration's designation of this horror would be a major strategic misstep.
USS Russell's deployment to the contested waters is the second freedom of navigation operation in the region since Joe Biden took office.
The crackdown is part of a larger effort by the Chinese government to step up control over internet companies.
Nearly 100 People's Liberation Army aircraft have flown into Taiwan's air defense identification zone since the new year, according to Newsweek's analysis of publicly available data.