On Wednesday, July 1, at 12:00 p.m., the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will hold a hearing on the U.S.-China relationship and its impact on national security and intelligence in a post-COVID world.
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On Wednesday, July 1, at 9:30 a.m., the House Foreign Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on the implications of Beijing's national security law in Hong Kong.
This week’s ChinaTalk featured Antony Dapiran going deep with me on the origin, meaning, and legacy of the 2019 Hong Kong protests. We drew parallels and contrasts throughout between HK and Black Lives Matter.
The costs of escalating conflict along the China-India border are greater than they were in 1962. Both sides know they must avoid the worst-case scenario.
On June 9, a Havard University chemistry professor was indicted on charges of making false statements to federal authorities regarding his participation in a Chinese talent recruitment plan. Dr. Charles Lieber was indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of making false statements. The professor allegedly claimed he was never asked to participate in China’s Thousand Talents Plan.
China has tried to build goodwill with its "mask diplomacy," but its efforts are backfiring.
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The legendary Yangyang Cheng discusses how Coronavirus played out in cross-continent conversations with her mother. We'll also hear from Asmod in Nepal and Lambert in Singapore.
While other countries have intervened with force, China has taken a cautious approach to preserve its options.
State parties to the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea have a lawful and peaceful way to uphold the international rule of law and counter China’s disregard of a 2016 arbitral tribunal’s legally binding ruling on the South China Sea.