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NBA training academies in China plagued with human rights abuses

'We were basically working for the Chinese government,' one former employee told ESPN.

US can’t let China ‘push our companies and our people’ around,...

When we’re getting extraterritorial application of Chinese censorship, that is where companies must draw the line. If that means you don’t take the investment in your film production company from China, then don’t take that investment.

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says China hasn’t changed anything at...

Mark Cuban, billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, says pressure from China to silence NBA players and managers hasn’t changed anything at the basketball league.

What America Didn’t Anticipate About China

For too long, policy makers ignored the possibility that China could transform the U.S., rather than the other way around.

Are LeBron James and the rest of the NBA right to...

The NBA star suggested Monday it’s better to just shut up and keep your head down than risk offending the rulers of China. Even a seven-word message on Twitter from an NBA general manager can get under their skin, as James and the NBA learned last week.

The NBA Should Leave China

If the league lets itself be jerked around over one little tweet, what else will it be jerked around over?

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FBI Director: China Main Culprit in Intellectual Property Theft Probes

To combat Chinese espionage, the Justice Department unveiled an initiative last November that would "identify priority Chinese trade theft cases" and ensure they're investigated and prosecuted. 

‘Sink two aircraft carriers’: Chinese Admiral’s chilling recipe to dominate the South China Sea

They’re the pride of the US fleet: enormous 100,000 tonne, 333m long nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. But Beijing thinks they’re Washington’s achilles heel.

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

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 ports are on the front line of Trump’s trade war – and they’re...

U.S. ports, which handle hundreds of billions of dollars in merchandise each year, will be the first to feel the pain if the Trump administration's trade war begins to slow the global economy.

Gordon Chang warns China ‘configuring its military to kill Americans’

The United States shouldn't be enriching "a hostile regime" that is "configuring its military to kill Americans," China analyst Gordon Chang said Monday.

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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.