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China extends its soft power through US education system

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Why Tariffs on Chinese Goods Make Sense

The Trump administration has released a list of tariffs on Chinese goods that have benefited from intellectual property theft, totaling $50 billion. The products range from flat-screen TVs to aircraft parts.

U.S. Justice Department lays charges against 2 Chinese citizens in massive data breach

'Hundreds of gigabytes' of data hacked from 12 countries, including Canada. The U.S. Justice Department has charged two Chinese citizens with carrying out an extensive...

It’s Time to Get Loud About Academic Freedom in China

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Ivanka Trump’s brand steps back from China shoemaker

Ivanka Trump's fashion brand sought to distance itself from a Chinese manufacturer that has come under scrutiny after activists investigating labor conditions there were...

Chinese came to San Antonio in waves

San Antonio, like El Paso and Houston, evolved with a significant Chinese community, despite federal laws that banned them from the country for decades. According...