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The decision to withdraw from the body governing international mail delivery has been widely seen as another salvo in the Trump administration’s campaign against what it deems as unfair trade practices benefitting China.
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Under the guise of “fighting terrorism,” China has created a large-scale program for the mass surveillance, incarceration and re-education of its Uighur population.
President Trump is not wrong that China is meddling in U.S. politics. But his exaggerated allegations before the U.N. General Assembly will only make it harder to find solutions.
Four trends are reshaping international relations and will prevent a return to the pre-Trump status quo.
Lawfare’s bi-weekly roundup of U.S.-China technology policy news.
China seems reluctant to balance against India. That might be an advantage for the United States.
The United States announces new funding for its partners in Asia, while China keeps an eye on the South China Sea and the U.S. Department of Defense keeps an eye on China.
Beijing’s efforts to expand Islamabad’s dependence on its currency relies on a postwar U.S. playbook.