China in Focus (June 2): US, China Eye Nuclear Deterrence
The world’s two strongest economies are eyeing nuclear deterrence to target each other. China plans to produce 1,300 nuclear weapons by 2030, while the United States seeks to inject $22 billion into its nuclear sector.
The World Health Organization has approved a Chinese-made vaccine. But an insider from China’s CDC reveals its fatal side effects.
A tornado hits northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province, killing one person and injuring 16 others. Houses were left damaged, with trees bent out of shape.
Cornell University makes a deal with China’s Peking University. It’s a plan to set up a dual-degree program, despite opposition from students and faculty.
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