How did outlets in India and China cover the border skirmishes?
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Senate Judiciary Committee Examines the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Coronavirus-Related Suits Against China
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on “the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, Coronavirus, and Addressing China’s Culpability”—and the proceedings demonstrated that this corner of foreign relations law has become a political lightning rod.
Several individuals, small businesses and states have filed a total of at least 14 different suits against China (and affiliated entities and officials) based on its perceived culpability in causing the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations published a report on June 9 on “Threats to U.S. Networks: Oversight of Chinese Government-Owned Carriers.” What's in the document?
What options are available to the Trump administration to respond to moves by Beijing to erode Hong Kong’s autonomy?
What’s in the decision that brings the Huawei CFO one step closer to U.S. extradition?
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made history yesterday when he refused to certify that Hong Kong is autonomous from China. What’s the significance of that move?
To better understand the conversation on U.S. policy toward China, it’s helpful to break down hawks and doves into more precise categories.
Both the United States and China have lost credibility from their responses to the crisis.