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US is said to water down demand that China curb subsidies...

“China continues to shield massive sub-central government subsidies from the scrutiny of WTO members,” the USTR said in a February 2019 report to Congress on China’s WTO compliance.

Chinese spy charged with stealing US aviation secrets, extradited

In a rare feat, US federal agents lured a Chinese government spy to Belgium, where authorities transferred him this week to the United States for prosecution on economic espionage charges, officials said on Wednesday.

The Trump administration just escalated its high-stakes competition with China

Even with all news noise focusing on the Kavanaugh Supreme Court fight and the "not NAFTA" trade agreement among the U.S., Mexico and...

US arrests army reservist accused of spying for China

A Chinese national who came to the US on a student visa and enlisted in the army reserves has been arrested in Chicago and accused of helping Beijing attempt to recruit American scientists and engineers.

U.S. struggles to counter China and uphold rules-based order amid ‘America...

For many U.S. allies, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is the last of the Trump administration’s so-called grown-ups in the room. So at Asia’s...

China v US: Who is copying whom?

China is gradually shedding its reputation as the world's technology copycat. It still spawns lookalikes, whether they be GoPro-style action cameras or Didi Chuxing

China’s artificial intelligence technology is fast catching up to the US,...

China has the resources and ambitious top-down plans to potentially create an intelligent economy powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning over the next several...

China’s Superpower Status Not Enough To Replace U.S. As Global Leader...

In hindsight, China’s international ascendance seems to fit well with the predictions of neorealist scholars like John Mearsheimer. Back in 1974, Deng Xiaoping declared...

US must not get lapped in innovation race with China

I recently traveled to China, along with 12 CEOs, to meet with Chinese companies, consider investment opportunities and see first-hand how they stack up against American innovation, technology and work ethic.

Top U.S. general says committed to working through difficulties with China

There are many difficult issues between the United States and China but both share a commitment to work through them, the United States' top...

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Former Coca-Cola scientist accused of stealing trade secrets to form Chinese beverage rival

A Chinese-born scientist formerly employed by Coca-Cola is now accused of trying to steal trade secrets from companies reportedly working with the beverage giant in order to set up her own rival venture funded in part by China’s government.

China’s deadliest export to America: fentanyl

Forget tariffs. Forget all the computers, toys and textiles that the Chinese export to America. China’s most consequential export here is fentanyl, the illicit drug killing...

Chinese Tourist Brutally Arrested by US Border Guard at Niagara Falls Wins $461,000 in...

A U.S. court has awarded a Chinese businesswoman $461,000 in damages after she was brutally arrested by an American border guard at Niagara Falls...

What Does China Want? How US Technology Turned Beijing into a Global Military Power

IT WAS JUST ANOTHER WEST COAST FUND-RAISER, THE THIRD in a row that day for Bill Clinton. Guests nibbled on salmon and took turns...

Top U.S. general says committed to working through difficulties with China

There are many difficult issues between the United States and China but both share a commitment to work through them, the United States' top...

Missouri is suing China over the coronavirus pandemic

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt (R) sued the Chinese government and the Communist Party of China on Tuesday, becoming the first state to seek damages from the nation over its “appalling campaign of deceit, concealment, misfeasance, and inaction” that he says unleashed the coronavirus pandemic.

This Startup Connects U.S. Doctors with Patients in China

When Sally Wang’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer a few years back, she struggled to figure out how to get her the best medical help available.

China Move Toward Lower Duties on U.S. Imports Lifts Auto Stocks

Progress toward easing the steep tariffs China imposed on U.S. vehicle imports this year lifted carmaker stocks across the globe, as investors wagered on a thawing of tensions that have damaged the world’s biggest automotive market.

Tucker Carlson: “Poisonous Moron” Acosta & Media Protecting China At All Costs

In a monologue Thursday night, Tucker Carlson said the media is using Chinese talking points not to point to China as the originator of the COVID-19 virus.

Biden doesn’t think China is a threat to the U.S., many say otherwise

China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man. They can’t even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east, I mean in the west.

Hackers in China infected computers that control satellites in the US and Asia

A sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defense contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia, security researchers at Symantec Corp said on Tuesday.