US Pushes Back on Chinese Flight Suspensions
A deal has been struck between U.S. and Chinese regulators. But will it bring an end to the ongoing debate over audit access? And will Beijing keep its promises?
Washington is suspending 26 Chinese airlines in September. The move responds to China’s halting of over two dozen U.S. flights over COVID-19 policy.
Visiting Taiwan is a new trend for lawmakers. More than ten delegations from North America, Europe, and Asia will visit the island before the new year.
Underground churches in China are raided by authorities. Beijing is asking state-run churches to tow the Communist Party’s line.
Topics in this episode:
- China, U.S. Sign Deal on Audit Dispute
- U.S. Pushes Back on Chinese Flight Suspensions
- Sen. Marsha Blackburn Meets Taiwan President Tsai
- Taiwan: Beijing Wants to Destroy Status Quo
- Beijing Tightens Control on Catholics in China
- Trial for High-Profile HK Activist Set for December
- Expert: China’s Soft-Power Messaging Via Hollywood
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