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Russia And China’s Plans For A New World Order

For Moscow and Beijing, the Ukraine crisis is part of a struggle to reduce American power and make the world safe for autocrats
Related topics: Russia, China, Moscow, Ukraine

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First Flights Leave Chinese City Xi'an As Travel Curbs Ease

The first commercial airline flights in one month have taken off from Xi’an in western China as the government eased travel curbs imposed after a coronavirus outbreak ahead of next month’s Winter Olympics in Beijing
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Mccaul On Foreign Affairs Committee Warns Of Imminent Ukraine Invasion, Says Taiwan Will Fall After...

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) warned Friday he believes Russia will invade Ukraine, and China will launch and offensive against Taiwan, following the conclusion of the Olympics in Beijing. Both countries are strategic U.S....
Related topics: Ukraine, Taiwan, Russia, China

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Un General Assembly Head Urges Peace During Beijing Olympics

The president of the General Assembly is appealing to the U.N.’s 193 member nations to take “concrete actions” to promote peace during next month’s Winter Olympics in Beijing
Related topics: China

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Americans Deserve Answers On Hunter Biden’s Beijing-backed Cobalt Mine Deal

Instead of fixing runaway inflation, rising energy prices, and supply chain issues for the American people, the “Bare-Shelves Biden” administration is attempting to persuade you that Hunter Biden’s business dealings are a thing of the...
Related topics: Joe Biden, China

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Hedge Fund Manager Michael Hintze Warns On China’s Covid Policy

Beijing’s efforts to contain coronavirus will worsen supply bottlenecks, CQS head says
Related topics: Hedge Funds, China

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Chinese Homebuilders Soar As Beijing Prompts Prisoner's Dilemma In Rescue Plan

Chinese Homebuilders Soar As Beijing Prompts Prisoner's Dilemma in Rescue Plan Just as we predicted last week, bonds and stocks of China’s beleaguered homebuilders surged Wednesday on reports that regulators are considering...
Related topics: China

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Luckin Coffee Is Reportedly Planning A Return To The Us Stock Market After The Chinese Chain...

Women leave a Luckin Coffee store in Beijing.Thomas Peter/RetuersLuckin Coffee is planning a return to the US stock market, according to a Financial Times report.The Chinese coffee chain was delisted in 2020 after it committed $300 million in...
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Vulnerabilities And Censorship Tools Among Hot New Features In Beijing's Olympics App

Visitors have to install it 14 days prior to arrival in China until their departure Toronto-based Citizen Lab has warned that an app required by Beijing law to attend the 2022 Olympics contains vulnerabilities that can leak calls and data to...
Related topics: Censorship, China, Canada, Toronto

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Weibo Users Are Backing Beijing's Claim That It Received Omicron Via Canadian Mail, Saying An 'ugly...

China has been beset by a series of COVID-19 outbreaks as it struggles to rid its lands of the virus completely, and now it's questioning if a document sent from Canada is the source of an Omicron outbreak in Beijing.Ma Jian/VCG via Getty...
Related topics: China, Canada

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Taiwan Buys Ally Guatemala A Voice In Washington Using Trump’s ‘most Powerful Lobbyist’ -...

The Taiwanese government, which calls itself the Republic of China, is running short on allies after Nicaragua switched its recognition to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in Beijing last month. Now, the autonomous island has bought an...
Related topics: Taiwan, Guatemala, China, Nicaragua

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China Recommends Gloves, Masks When Opening International Mail Amid Probe Into Beijing's First...

Authorities in China are advising citizens to wear gloves and masks when handling international mail as the first case of omicron in Beijing is suspected to be linked to a package delivered from Canada."Minimize purchases of overseas goods...
Related topics: China, Canada

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What We Know About Evergrande’s ‘black-box’ Restructuring

Beijing’s orchestrated collapse of the indebted property developer is an attempt to limit contagion
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Us Lawmakers Mull Banning Defence Contractors From Buying Chinese Rare Earths

Over the past few decades, the US has lost its dominance in mining and processing of rare earth materials having been supplanted by China. Now, as Washington escalates tensions with Beijing describing it as a "rival" (in some areas), the US seeks to...
Related topics: China

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Germany Is Sending Warships To The South China Sea

Vanessa Geidel Security, East Asia While Scholz has not been an outspoken critic of Beijing, Germany’s new foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, has made strong statements critical of China. Here’s What You Need to Remember: If Scholz’s SPD...
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Pboc's Soft Dollar Peg To Help Yuan Basket Fall

PBOC's Soft Dollar Peg to Help Yuan Basket Fall By Ye Xie, Bloomberg Markets Live reporter and commentator The PBOC has managed to keep the dollar-yuan exchange rate as flat as a pancake. It’s as if Beijing has pegged the yuan to the...
Related topics: Bloomberg, China

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Did Chinese Hackers Steal America's Iron Dome Technology?

War Is Boring Iron Dome, China China has aided its military modernization by stealing and reverse-engineering top-of-the-line military hardware. Key point: What Beijing will do with the Iron Dome information is an open question. Iron Dome is...
Related topics: Hackers, China, Military

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Hong Kong 'patriots Only' Legislature Convenes First Session

Hong Kong’s legislature has convened for the first time since elections last month that were held under new legislation ensuring that only “patriots” who have proven their loyalty to Beijing could run as candidates
Related topics: Hong Kong, China

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China Locks Down Third City, Raising Affected To 20 Million

BEIJING — A third Chinese city has locked down its residents because of a Covid-19 outbreak, raising the number confined to their homes in China to about 20 million people. The lockdown of Anyang, home to 5.5 million people, was announced late...
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Taiwan's Minister Announces $1bln Fund To Finance Joint Lithuanian-taiwanese Projects

BEIJING (Sputnik) - Taiwan and Lithuania will create a $1 billion credit program to finance joint ventures, Taiwanese Minister of National Development Kung Ming-hsin made the announcement on Tuesday, against a backdrop of a diplomatic row between...
Related topics: Taiwan, China, Lithuania, Vilnius

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