Chinese media has repeatedly framed its tensions with India as part of America's wider effort to contain Beiijing.
President Donald Trump continued campaigning in Pennsylvania on Monday, presenting a new video showing Joe Biden's past support for China.
Attempts by Beijing to sow unrest ahead of the U.S. election are just a small part of a concerted effort by China to expand its political and economic influence across America.
"There is no limit to China-Russia traditional friendship and no restricted area for expanding our cooperation," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.
China, the nation at the center of the U.S. foreign policy debate ahead of a polarizing presidential election, wants simply to be left out of it.
"Everyone has to know the truth and they are not going to scare me," Chinese academic Li-Meng Yan said during a Spanish TV interview, seemingly referring to Chinese authorities.
In a barely-veiled swipe at the U.S., Xi said China would not be bullied by "any country and any army, no matter how powerful they used to be."
Bobulinski alleges that in May 2017 email, Hunter sought to get Joe 10 percent equity from Sinohawk Holdings, a holding company of which Bobulinski was CEO.
"I have heard Joe Biden say that he has never discussed business with Hunter," Tony Bobulinski said Thursday. "That is false."
"The urgency with which Australia and I think India and Japan have committed themselves to strengthening the Quad is significant," Hervé Lemahieu told Newsweek, "and that's because the threat perception of China has been embraced."
"We have reached out to several individuals named in recently revealed emails, including Tony Bobulinski," a spokesperson told Newsweek.
"China doesn't export ideology, interfere in other countries' domestic affairs, seek to alter others' systems, or intend to have ideological confrontation with the United States or any other country," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.
The homemade delicacy was found to have contained a deadly toxin, traces of which were also discovered in the deceased.
The People's Liberation Army shared a series of images of the DF-17 hypersonic weapons.
Odds of a Trump victory lengthened overnight to 9-5, slipping from an implied 40 percent chance of winning re-election to 36 percent, according to Oddschecker.
In an interview with Indian television channel WION, Joseph Wu said Taiwan was "on the front line" of China's authoritarian expansion.
rump has never wavered from the vision he laid out four years ago. That's why he will have my vote come November 3, and it is a big reason I believe he will be reelected.
The hostility of the political establishment, particularly in the realm of foreign policy, to President Trump is proportional to the challenge he poses to its power, privilege and agenda.
President Trump's camp has its own concerns, like not getting so obsessed with Biden's son that he forgets to tout the economy.
"Can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account when I was running for reelection?" Obama told rally attendees.
"So much, Mr. President, for standing up to the big, bad communist government of China," the Vermont senator said.
A Beijing court found the 29-year-old suspect guilty of reckless driving, sentencing him to 3 months in prison for throwing coffee at another driver's windshield in September.
The men reportedly told police they were punishing the pet for biting one of them, but PETA tells Newsweek they are likely to avoid any legal consequences.
State-run newspaper China Daily appeared to depict the United States as two snarling white men carrying the Grim Reaper's scythe on their shoulders.
China is Africa's biggest lender, but with economies facing turmoil during the pandemic, many countries have appealed for debt relief.
The U.S. is now flying an average of three to five sorties through the South China Sea every day.
The dossier claimed the president was involved in "substantial" corruption in China which "would be potentially very damaging" to his presidential campaign.
Not long before he became president, Donald Trump reportedly paid $188,561 to the Chinese government in taxes, despite paying little to no U.S. income tax in most of the previous decade.