The president should not allow a few China hawks wreck America's crucial relationship with an entire continent.
China said that "the Venezuelan government has maintained calmness and restraint and has spared no effort to maintain domestic peace and stability and to effectively avoid large-scale bloody conflicts."
“The share of total U.S. agricultural exports to China in value terms is projected to be 6 percent, down sharply, with China falling from the top market in 2017 to fifth place,” USDA Chief Economist Robert Johansson said.
Local police said the man was subdued by officers and bystanders.
New Zealand opposition leader says incident shows how ties between New Zealand and China are worsening.
Pandas are less passive than you might think, one park employee noted.
“The relevant actions of the U.S. warships violated Chinese sovereignty," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
Findings raise "important and disturbing questions" about the ethical oversight of those reviewing and publishing research.
“For U.S. soy producers, if the trade war ends tomorrow, we will likely not get back to where we were before the trade war started,” Mark Albertson, the director of strategic market development at the Illinois Soybean Association, said.
Far too many people in Taiwan simply do not trust the Chinese government.
Chinese customers were coached on how to fraudulently obtain visas and hide their pregnancies when arriving in the U.S.
“The United States is the world’s number one power, and its military strength is unparalleled,” China said. “If even the United States feels that threats are in all directions, what should other countries do?”
“You’re talking to our allies over there and you wonder whose side they’re going to be on,” Senator James Inhofe warned.
China said, “History has taught us that external interference or sanctions, instead of helping solve problems, can only complicate matters.”
The Dongfeng-26 missile has been dubbed the "Guam killer."
This is the best shot Venezuela had at democracy for a generation—and the U.S. can't afford to sit this one out.
China, Cuba, Iran, Russia, Syria and Turkey were among those to immediately condemn any plans for U.S. intervention in Venezuela.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said there's a need for creating "structural reforms" and "penalties" in order to restore standard trade with China.
“The trade war has been very damaging for the U.S. agricultural economy,” David MacLennan, chief executive of U.S. food and agricultural giant Cargill, said in Davos Wednesday. “The longer this goes on, the worse it is.”