The top Chinese and Russian diplomats spoke over the phone Friday about concerns that President Donald Trump's "America first" policy has tarnished the country's international credibility.
"The Hong Kong question is a mirror of the U.S.' extreme arrogance," The Global Times wrote in an editorial.
The Chinese reaction follows the president's signing of an executive order and new legislation after China's passage of a new national security law.
Sports in America used to be unifying, but now they seem to be yet another front of the culture war.
The House speaker was reacting to the president's executive order which brought sanctions against Beijing for imposing a security law that restricts freedoms in Hong Kong.
Trump's announcement will focus on China, as the president faces an impending deadline to sign Congress' Hong Kong sanctions bill.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley asked whether the NBA would censor messages critical of the Chinese Communist Party.
The Five Eyes intelligence sharing group—the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand—are at the forefront of the international push back against Beijing's draconian new law.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government last week suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong and froze the export of military goods that could be used to suppress protests.
The Chinese Communist Party's ruthless aggression toward Hong Kong must be firmly resisted.
Just a day before 14 new cases were reported, the Center for Health Protection said it was investigating 17 others.
The U.K. condemned a new security law in Hong Kong and has offered visas to millions of Hong Kong citizens.
The Hong Kong government recently purchased over 6 million face masks that turned out to be fake, prompting four arrests.
The U.S. has announced sanctions on Chinese officials while the U.K. has set out a path for Hong Kongers to leave the territory and settle in Britain.
Beijing is pushing back against international criticism of Hong Kong's new national security law, which has effecitvely criminalized anti-government dissent.
More than 100 people were arrested during demonstrations Wednesday as police enforced new draconian measures criminalizing dissent in the city.
There is a creative way for the U.S. to exercise leverage over the hegemonic Chinese Communist Party.
The controversial national security law came into force on Tuesday, effectively criminalizing any anti-government dissent in the territory.
CNN's Chermaine Lee was covering the protests against China's new national security law when the crowd was targeted by police.
The new national security law came into force late on Tuesday night, effectively criminalizing anti-government dissent in the restive territory.
Since the law was first introduced in May, it has received widespread criticism from human rights activists, lawmakers in Hong Kong and politicians across the globe.
The U.S. and China are at odds over the new national security law being imposed on Hong Kong, which will effectively criminalize anti-government dissent in the former British colony.
Chinese lawmakers approved the controversial national security law—which will effectively criminalize anti-government dissent in Hong Kong—on Tuesday.
"We urge Beijing to immediately reverse course and fulfill the promises it has made to the people of Hong Kong and the world," wrote U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Monday.
A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Americans with "egregious conduct" over Hong Kong will now face visa restrictions.
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is touting an international coalition against China, using his social media accounts to highlight criticisms of the Communist Chinese government from across the globe.
The private sector will need to learn how to respond to the current geopolitical climate.
The European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen did not specify what the consequences would be if the law were to be enacted.
Last month, the Hong Kong government approved new controversial legislation making it illegal to disrespect the Chinese national anthem.
We need to learn from Hong Kong—who only recorded four deaths from the coronavirus—and make mask-wearing during a pandemic a cultural norm in the United States.