US, China Lay Out Vision for New World Order Amid Human Rights Differences

Voice of America

As global leaders gather for the U.N. General Assembly, the U.S. and China have unveiled contrasting visions for the future of international order.


China Denounces Europe Investigation of EVs

Deutsche Welle

China warns that the European Union’s investigation into Chinese state subsidies for electric vehicles could have a negative impact on economic and trade relations between the two.


How Can ASEAN and Its Western Partners Resist China’s South China Sea Influence?

TNL Feature

China seeks to dominate the SCS region while avoiding direct military confrontation by using economic engagement to fracture ASEAN unity.


Experts: Thailand’s New Government Aims for Balance Amid US-China Rivalry

Voice of America

The Pheu Thai Party, led by Thailand’s Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, has expressed support for increased trade with China. However, analysts suggest the government may engage more with the US and other democracies to differentiate itself from the previous military-led regime.

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Britain Rejects Calls to Label China a ‘Threat’ After Suspicions of Spying

Voice of America

The British government has refused to officially label China as a “threat”, despite calls from lawmakers after a researcher in the British parliament was allegedly accused of spying for China.


Diplomatic Reengagement With China a Balancing Act for Western Countries

Voice of America

Analysts believe that the efforts by the US, UK, and Australia to rebuild diplomatic ties are necessary to prevent the further decline in bilateral relations, for example, with China having lifted tariffs on Australian commodities recently.


Report: China Using AI to Mess With US Voters

Voice of America

China is reportedly using artificial intelligence (AI) to create visually appealing and divisive content to influence U.S. voters ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to a report by Microsoft.


Eswatini Not Expecting ‘Friction’ With China Over Taiwan President Visit

Voice of America

Despite concerns that the visit may anger China, President Tsai Ing-wen visits Eswatini, Taiwan's last African ally, amid tensions in the cross-strait region.

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‘I Almost Lost My Will to Live’: Preference for Sons Is Leaving Young Women in China Exploited and Abused

The Conversation

China’s gender inequality is characterized by a significant surplus of men due to sex-selective abortions and exploitative relationships suffered by women in the patriarchal society.


US: Chip Sales To Continue to China, but Not Most Powerful Ones

Voice of America

The United States will continue to sell computer chips to China, but not the most powerful ones that China wants for its military, according to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo.

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