China

Ambassador Defends New Requirement That China's Diplomats Report Meetings In U.s.

In a rare on-the-record interview, U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad tells NPR that the new rule is "modest" compared to the way U.S. officials are monitored by Beijing.(Image credit: Andy Wong/AP)
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American Ambassador Defends New Rules For Chinese Diplomats

(BEIJING) — The U.S. ambassador to China defended plans to require Beijing’s diplomats to report contacts with some Americans and said Monday that Washington is considering additional rules for employees of entities controlled by the...
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Asian Shares Mixed Amid Uncertainties On Brexit, China Trade

TOKYO — Asian shares were mixed Monday amid uncertainties about Britain’s exit from the European Union and the ongoing trade conflict between the U.S. and China. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 gained nearly 0.3% in afternoon trading to...
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Malware Hides As Ios Jailbreak, Sucuri Is Insecuri, And China Is About To Get Even Worse

Plus, new allegations in Iran and American hacking war Roundup  Here's your Register security roundup to kick off your week.…
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Know This: China Plans To Win A War Against America (if It Ever Happens)

Michael Peck Security, Asia Fact: China's military isn't just aiming for mere parity or deterrence with the U.S., but rather military victory in a potential Sino-American war Key point: China knows that it does not yet have military dominance over...
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Rampaging Mobs Stage An Arson Spree In Hong Kong

This story is being published by POLITICO as part of a content partnership with the South China Morning Post. It originally appeared on scmp.com on Oct. 20, 2019.Hong Kong protesters went on a rampage on Sunday hurling petrol bombs and setting...
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Mitt Romney Says Impeachment Probe Into Donald Trump Will Be Seen As ‘inflection Point In...

During a recent interview with The Atlantic, Utah Senator Mitt Romney, who was critical of Donald Trump’s calls to China and Ukraine to investigate Democratic rival Joe Biden, discussed his feelings on the impeachment probe into the president....
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Liberals Smash All Norms Of Civility

(John Hinderaker) President Trump is often described as a bull in a china shop, but one wonders: what, exactly, is the china shop? The Democrats have debased our public life to the point where it is more apt to say that Trump is a bull trying to...

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Why China Might Not Want To Stop A War With America Once It Starts

Michael Peck Security, Asia But why?  Key point: Beijing isn't known for being open to mediation during a conflict. It’s easier to start a war than to end a war, as many a nation has learned to its cost. That’s particularly true with China....
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Aircraft Carriers, Stealth Bombers And Killer Tanks: China's Military Has Arrived

Sebastien Roblin Security, Asia What does America have to worry about?  Key point: The PLA has been building and purchasing all of the high-tech weapons a first-class power could want. On January 12, 2019, the Defense Intelligence Agency...
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A Us-china Trade Deal Will Likely Be A Zero-sum Game

A US-China Trade Deal Will Likely Be A Zero-Sum Game Authored by Daniel Lacalle, As I explained on CNBC: Even the most optimistic assumptions are unlikely to change the trend of weak global growth. There is a problem of diagnosis....
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Wall Street Keeps Embarrassing Itself Every Time Trump Talks About China

Stocks leap every time Trump claims to have a trade deal with China. The deal is never really there, and Wall Street just looks dumb.

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China Roundup: Tencent’s Nba Test, Tiktok Parent Deepens Education Push

Welcome to TechCrunch’s China roundup, a digest of events that happened at major Chinese tech companies and what they mean to tech founders and executives around the world. The talk about U.S.-China relationships over the past two weeks has...

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America Smashed Imperial Japan's Navy At Leyte Gulf: What Lessons Can China Learn?

James Holmes Security, Asia-Pacific We asked one of the world's leading experts for answers. Strategists in China make a habit of engrossing themselves in history. Betimes ideology tinges the findings they coax from the historical record, as one...
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Indian Finance Minister Says Growth Of Global Economy Depends On India, China Growth

New Delhi (Sputnik) - Despite the global economic slowdown, New Delhi has claimed the growth rate of India and China next year will not be as bad as the current year. In fact, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that “India’s...
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The U.s. Navy Has Orca Robot Submarines On The Way That Could Transform Naval Warfare

Sebastien Roblin Security, World Is the future of undersea combat? At a military parade celebrating its 70th anniversary, the People’s Republic of China unveiled, amongst many other exotic weapons, two HSU-001 submarines—the world’s first...
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Mit Mini Cheetah Made And Improved In China

We nearly passed over this tip from [xoxu] which was just a few links to some AliExpress pages. However, when we dug a bit into the pages we found something pretty surprising. Somewhere out there in the wild we…east of China there’s a...

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America Would Have Killed Billions Nuking Russia And China In Nuclear War

Michael Peck History, Americas A very real cold war horror story.  Key point: No matter how superior one's forces are, a war with another nuclear power is a bad idea. “Bomb them back into the Stone Age,” ex-Air Force general Curtis LeMay is...
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Will Global Video Apps Market Collapse Because Of China?

China is the first to release a utility that limits teenagers’ use of video apps to 40 minutes a day. The list contains 53 video services. This is to ensure that children don’t develop Internet addiction.
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Why China’s Coast Guard Spent 258 Days In Waters Claimed By Malaysia

Chinese coast guard vessels spent 70% of the past year patrolling in a tract of the South China Sea claimed by Malaysia, an American think tank says. Malaysia did little to push back.The coast guard presence, especially long-term for a Chinese...
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