Exclusive: A plurality of 46 percent of Hong Kong respondents said that the United States should treat Hong Kong differently than the rest of China when it comes to policymaking, according to a Newsweek poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies.
"Pompeo wants to create an epic confrontation between great powers to put himself in the history books," the Global Times' editor-in-chief tweeted.
"Vice President Biden's Made in America plan will help reshore supply chains so that we are never again dependent on China in a crisis," one advisor told Newsweek.
A number of residents in Utah have received mysterious packages in the post with Chinese writing on the outside.
The pro-democracy leader told Newsweek that Chinese encroachment on his home gave him no choice but to take his fight abroad.
Yet another reason to be horrified by the Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
"What he is doing is as futile as an ant trying to shake a tree," Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said of Pompeo.
On Boris Johnson's first birthday as British Prime Minister, how has his relationship with Donald Trump changed?
"It's not okay to use your diplomats to engage in industrial espionage," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said. "It's not okay to steal intellectual property."
"China is increasingly authoritarian at home and more aggressive in its hostility to freedom everywhere else," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
The survey showed close results with more Hong Kong residents saying they'd prefer Trump, and those in Taiwan slightly preferring Biden.
Missouri Republican Senator Josh Hawley, on Thursday, criticized NBA Commissioner Adam Silver after data from the Federal Election Commission showed Silver donating the maximum contribution permitted to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's presidential campaign.
84 percent of the cotton made in China comes from the Uyghur region, and 20 percent of the world's cotton is made in this region, where over a million people are involved in forced labor.
Beijing has threatened to retaliate over Washington, D.C.'s order to close the Chinese embassy in Houston.
We should always be wary to make Holocaust comparisons, but the evidence of ethnic cleansing and genocide by China's communist regime is too overwhelming to ignore.
Donald Trump is the first president since Nixon to look at China with a new lens.
The Chinese foreign ministry, on Thursday, said that the U.S.'s decision to shut down China's consulate in Houston, Texas, "severely harmed," relations between the two countries.
The U.S. ordered China's consulate in Houston to close this week "to protect American intellectual property and American's private information."
The Tianwen-1 spacecraft is scheduled to arrive on the red planet in February, 2021.
An exclusive Newsweek poll conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies showed that more Hong Kong residents believed closer relations with mainland China "will best serve Hong Kong's long-term strategic interests" than they did for stronger ties with the U.S.
Iran is seeking to extend a 20-year deal with Russia while the Islamic Republic negotiates a quarter-century agreement with China, signaling a new push to establish an international coalition against U.S. economic and political pressure.
Only two of the next 10 highest-spending nations are rivals of the U.S.; China and Russia. But the U.S. annually spends more than twice as much as both nations combined.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn is among the China hawks in Washington, D.C. pushing for an aggressive response to Beijing's expansion and alleged wrongdoing amid the coronavirus crisis.
After the 1995 genocide, we yet again vowed that this would never happen again. And yet here we are—again.
Mike Pompeo is said to have told MPs that the WHO was a "political, not a science-based organisation".
The documents were reportedly burning in open bins, seen in a video shared by a local living next door to the consulate.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin told reporters Wednesday that the closure represented an "unprecedented escalation."
Two Chinese nationals allegedly hacked computer systems around the world repeatedly starting in 2009. Their latest targets were companies developing COVID-19 vaccines, according to an indictment released earlier this month.