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A US State Department official has said that tech companies Alibaba and Tencent should be seen as tools of the Chinese government, along with China’s embattled telecom giant Huawei.

Advancing Reciprocity in U.S.- China Diplomatic Relations

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Coronavirus updates: 16 states close all schools, US death toll hits 50

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US students are cooling toward China studies

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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.

Obama Advises Trump to Concede, Put Country First

Former president Barack Obama advised President Donald Trump, for the sake of his own legacy, to concede the election to Democrat Joe Biden in an interview with CBS News' “60 Minutes.”

The New China Scare: Why America Shouldn’t Panic About Its Latest Challenger

China presents a new and large challenge. But if Washington can keep its cool and patiently continue to pursue a policy of engagement plus deterrence, forcing China to adjust while itself adjusting to make space for it, some scholar decades from now might write about the United States’ not-so-secret plan to expand the zone of peace, prosperity, openness, and decent governance across the globe—a marathon strategy that worked.