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India and Vietnam Are Partnering With the US to Counter China − Even as Biden Claims That’s Not His Goal
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is set to lead a bipartisan group of U.S. senators on a trip to China this fall, with the aim of improving relations between the two countries. This visit comes amidst growing tensions and efforts by the U.S. to strengthen ties with Indo-Pacific countries to counter China's influence.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo met with Chinese leaders in Beijing to discuss about trade cooperation, but some critics say establishing working groups with China may lead to leaks of intellectual property.
The closing of China's Houston consulate follows years of frustrated government efforts to thwart Beijing’s IP theft.
Microsoft's potential acquisition of TikTok might turn the U.S. company into an important player in the social media sector. How much of a threat could it be to the likes of Facebook and Google?
U.S. State Department says order to close Houston facility was done "to protect American intellectual property and American’s private information." China vows to retaliate.
These tiny semiconductor chips, accounting for 15% of Taiwan's GDP, can profoundly change the world as the U.S. and China fight over the brains of electronics.
The U.S. has announced it will halt defense exports to Hong Kong, the first step in undoing the territory's special status. The move comes in response to new visa restrictions out of China.
Hong Kong's economy has been slipping even before the protests, and with the failing "one country, two systems," the city's future as an international hub is looking even grimmer.