Former NATO commander warns China's warship confrontation could start war
The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) said that the Chinese vessel "executed maneuvers in an unsafe manner" close to the U.S. Navy destroyer.
TikTok sues Montana, alleging First Amendment violation
"Montana has no authority to enact laws advancing what it believes should be the United States' foreign policy," TikTok told Newsweek.
I was forced out of college for "anti-Asian hate"
I found myself self-censoring in class.
China cracks down on citizens abroad as people flee country
"China's influence in the U.N. and other international institutions are diminishing because of its gross violations," a human rights expert told Newsweek.
Ron DeSantis bill against Chinese citizens in Florida sparks protest
The legislation would ban Chinese nationals, except for U.S. citizens and residents, from owning land in Florida.
Secret Chinese police stations in Europe are "tip of the iceberg"—Watchdog
"The embarrassment is just going to keep growing over this," Laura Harth, the campaign director at Safeguard Defenders, told Newsweek.
Secret Chinese police stations are legal in these countries
Two New York-based individuals have been charged for allegedly supporting Chinese interests as part of a secret outpost in Manhattan.
China complains about U.S. probe into secret police station in New York
China's undisclosed police service centers around the world were unveiled by an NGO last year.
Two arrested for operating secret Chinese police station in New York
The unsanctioned outpost was reportedly based in an NYC Chinatown office building and used to harass dissidents, among other activities.
Preparing for War With China, U.S. Shrinks Its Navy
The unfortunate fact is that China concentrates its forces in East Asia and America's are spread across the globe.
A TikTok Ban Is the Only Way Forward
TikTok has millions of lines of code, and the CCP can insert security vulnerabilities into that code before TikTok is sold.
TikTok ban seems likely for this surprising reason
Representative Dan Crenshaw thanked TikTok CEO Shou Chew for "bringing Republicans and Democrats together."
TikTok CEO draws rare bipartisan fire
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle united in voicing their concerns about the app's threat to national security.
China culpable in "significant" abuses against own people—U.S. report
"Genocide and crimes against humanity" against predominantly Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang are ongoing, the U.S. State Department said.
TikTok pleads for its U.S. future
Chief executive Shou Zi Chew will represent the company in its first appearance before Congress on Thursday morning.
Biden risks facing a lose-lose scenario as TikTok CEO prepares to testify
Concerns about TikTok becoming a threat to national security have been fueled by bipartisan support in Congress.
China shakes up bureaucracy with eye on technological edge
China's long-ruling Communist Party is strengthening its oversight of the country's financial sector as well as science and technology.
Fox News personalities clash on air over Hunter Biden probe
Hunter Biden has long been targeted by Republicans and conservatives who called for investigations into his foreign business dealings.
Jamie Raskin blasts Trump, Xi relationship amid Covid committee meeting
Raskin, a Democrat, aimed to flip the lab leak theory—a GOP talking point—on its head Wednesday, saying if it's true, Trump is to blame.
Petition demands Oscars host Donnie Yen be removed for communist ties
The Chinese star has angered some with his comments about the 2019 Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, describing those who took part as rioters.
China a greater threat than Soviet Union ever was: H.R. McMaster
"We never gave the Soviet Union the kind of access that we gave to Chinese Communist Party operatives," he told the House select committee on China on Tuesday.
McMaster's CCP testimony disrupted by protesters
The House select committee on the Chinese Community Party held its first hearing Tuesday night since it was established in January.
China has been waging "cold war" against U.S. for years: Ex-NSA
A House committee on China will hear testimony Tuesday evening regarding current U.S.-China relations and tensions between the U.S., China and Russia.
China in awkward position on Ukraine as Lukashenko heads to Beijing
Beijing's desire to maintain closer ties with Moscow and its allies could undermine its calls for peace in Ukraine.
Russian politician mocks Putin's speech about Ukraine war
Mikhail Abdalkin brought a Russian idiom to life this week when he hung cooked noodles from his ear while watching the Russian leader's speech.
How to confront China
House Republicans and Democrats are trying a third way by offering bipartisan oversight of the White House and awareness to the American public.
Prevaricating Pol George Santos Bad for Democracy, Good for China
I'd rather some members of Congress refrain from offering their support for the cause of human rights and democracy in my home because it would hurt more than help. I particularly dread a scene where Rep. George Santos (R-NY) stands in front of cameras and "eloquently" speaks for us with a straight face. The autocratic rulers in Beijing would not miss the opportunity to discredit our cause.
China's Xi Jinping imagined a scenario where he wouldn't be a communist
The remark, mentioned in late Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's new book, demonstrated Xi's sense of being a "realist," Abe wrote.
Ex-U.S. general urges against finger pointing over Chinese spy balloon
"Let's blame the Chinese Communist Party. Let's stop pointing fingers at each other. We're on the same side," H.R. McMaster said.
Marjorie Taylor Greene channels inner Trump in spy balloon 'China Joe' rant
Greene, a Republican from Georgia, criticized the Biden Administration's choice to not shoot down the civilian-owned orb in a Twitter thread Friday evening.