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US Navy Admiral Says China Poses Major Threat in Western Hemisphere
U.S. Navy Adm. Craig Faller, head of the U.S. Southern Command, recently highlighted China’s threats to U.S. interests in the Western Hemisphere during a congressional hearing. “China is now inside ...
July 11, 2019
US Urges Cambodia to Probe China-Owned Economic Zone on Tariff Dodging
PHNOM PENH—The United States on June 28 urged Cambodia to investigate a Chinese-owned special economic zone after uncovering ...
June 28, 2019
US, Japan, Australia Announce Plan for Papua New Guinea LNG Project to Counter Chinese Influence
Australia, Japan, and the United States have teamed up to finance a liquefied natural gas project in Papua ...
June 26, 2019
India’s Modi Visits Sri Lanka, Maldives to Boost Ties Amid Beijing’s Growing Influence
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently concluded a visit to the neighboring countries of the Maldives and Sri ...
June 10, 2019
Sino-Russian Relations Under Scrutiny as Xi Meets Putin in Russia
The level of cooperation and trust between China and Russia is once again under close scrutiny, as Chinese ...
June 6, 2019
Huawei to Sell Undersea Cable Business to Chinese Listed Firm With Strong Ties to CCP
Chinese tech giant Huawei plans to sell off its undersea telecom cable business, a move that has drawn ...
June 4, 2019
Does US–China Rift Mean a New Cold War—or Worse?
Since the beginning of the Trump presidency, we’ve been witnessing a new era emerging in the world. This ...
May 29, 2019
Sri Lanka Signs Port Deal With Japan, India in Move to Counter Beijing
Sri Lanka recently signed a deal with India and Japan to develop a sea container terminal in the ...
May 29, 2019
China’s One Belt, One Road: A Sign of Weakness?
Commentary After the end of World War II, the United States spent trillions of dollars containing the Soviet ...
May 23, 2019
The Environmental Nightmare of China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative
Editor's Note: This letter was submitted by Henri Malosse, a member of the European Economic and Social Committee ...
May 22, 2019
A letter from a Reader
China Seeks Thank-You Favor From India for Support of UN Blacklisting of Pakistani Terrorist
China’s recent decision to vote for a United Nations blacklisting of the head of a known Pakistani terrorist ...
May 9, 2019
World Bank’s New President Skips China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ for Africa Trip
WASHINGTON—Nearly 40 world leaders and scores of finance officials, including International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, are ...
April 26, 2019
China’s One Belt, One Road Investments in Cambodia Under Scrutiny as Beijing Forum Commences
As China invites world leaders and representatives to the capital to sign investment deals during the Belt and ...
April 24, 2019
Burmese Locals Stage Protest Against Chinese-Backed Dam Project
In Burma (also known as Myanmar), thousands of locals turned out for a protest against the construction of ...
April 23, 2019
Malaysia Sets Stage for Further Backlash Against China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Malaysia’s prime minister has successfully renegotiated a major China-backed rail link project in a deal which will save ...
April 18, 2019
Isabel van Brugen
At NATO Meeting, Members Consider How to Counter China Threat
Chinese investment in Europe and the potential for security threats to the region are under scrutiny following a ...
April 7, 2019
China Struggles to Ease Concerns About Silk Road Project as Summit Looms
BEIJING/BRUSSELS—China is struggling to ease worries about Chinese leader Xi Jinping's signature plan to build a new Silk ...
April 4, 2019
US Will Not Send High-Level Officials to China’s Silk Road Summit
WASHINGTON—The United States will not send high-level officials to attend China's second "One Belt, One Road" summit in ...
April 3, 2019
Chinese Funding for Finland-Estonia Bridge Questioned by Locals
In Europe, Chinese funding for a proposed undersea rail tunnel linking Finland and Estonia is raising concerns in ...
March 17, 2019
Italy’s Intention to Join China’s ‘Belt and Road’ Sparks Concerns
The Italian government appears to be divided over whether to participate in China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative, ...
March 11, 2019
New Hacker Group Linked to China, Targeting Naval Technologies and One Belt, One Road Strategy
Another hacker group backed by China has been identified by a California-based cybersecurity company. FireEye named the hacker ...
March 6, 2019
Hong Kong Lawsuit Challenges China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Ambitions in Djibouti
Beijing’s efforts to seize control of a major port facility in Djibouti is under scrutiny after a lawsuit ...
February 11, 2019
Norway Warns About Threats from Chinese Intelligence Operations, Investments
China was named in Norway’s security assessment report as a threat to the Scandinavian country’s national interests. The ...
February 5, 2019
China’s Investments in Guyana Oil Reserves Raise Eyebrows
China’s growing investments in Guyana is causing concerns among experts, as the South American country experiences uncertainty surrounding ...
January 31, 2019
New Report Reveals China’s Scheme to Protect Investments in Africa by Expanding Military Presence
China is backing infrastructure projects it has financed in Africa with an ever-increasing military presence on the continent—and ...
January 29, 2019
Chinese Regime Enables Huawei’s Overseas Expansion Through One Belt, One Road Initiative
Embattled Chinese telecom giant Huawei has been able to expand its business internationally even as many governments around ...
January 20, 2019
German Government Minister Raises Concerns About Chinese Loans to Zambia
A German official is the latest government authority to voice concerns about developing countries taking up Chinese loans. ...
January 17, 2019
Neo-Nazi Gets Second Life Sentence in Murder of Protester in Virginia
Trump Nominates Esper to Be Defense Chief, Succeeding Mattis
The Associated Press
Man Charged in Death of Mackenzie Lueck Appears in Court For First Time
The Associated Press
New Asylum Rule Aims to Eliminate Bogus Claims
Trump to Boost Domestic Content for Made in America
Mark Esper Formally Nominated as Defense Secretary by White House
Epstein Had Cash, Diamonds, Foreign Passport in Locked Safe, Prosecutors Say