CCP wants to accelerate Taiwan reunification, US secretary of state warns
In a recent lecture at Stanford University, the U.S. secretary of state said that the CCP wants to accelerate reunification with Taiwan, which will cause serious global economic problems, as well as disruptions in the global supply chain due to uncertainty in semiconductor chip production. Antony Blinken's comments come on the ...
Group of US fighters and carriers present in the Indo-Pacific
According to a Creaders report on Jan. 22, dozens of F35 fighter jets of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps were present on the aircraft carriers in the Indo Pacific region. Specifically, there are 10 F35Cs of the Navy in the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and 10 F35Cs of the ...
Chinese regime deepens its influence in Latin America trying to replace US leadership
After a series of agreements with Latin American leaders, the Chinese communist regime deepened its ties in the continent with promises of "cheap credits", nuclear technology, construction of 5G and communications networks. The regime has managed to strategically seduce local authorities, endangering sovereign freedoms and threatening U.S. leadership. The Chinese regime ...
Chinese Communist Party Media Speculates on alleged US Attack on Indochinese Sea Islands
Last Monday, Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Global Times, a media financed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), expressed alarm about the alleged escalation of tension and a possible war unleashed between China and the United States during the coming month of August. Through a provocative Tweet, Hu insinuated that he ...
China vows retaliation to the US over embassy closure in Houston
The Chinese Consulate in Houston was ordered by the United States on Tuesday, July 21, to close within three days, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has reacted with fury. In what it has labeled an “unprecedented escalation,” Beijing promised on Wednesday, to retaliate. According to a senior U.S. official, The ...
US lawmaker warns that there could be an armed conflict with the CCP
Amid the tensions between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Rep. Ted Yoho, (R-Fla.) suggested a confrontation between the two countries would take place in the coming months. In an interview with the Washington Examiner, Yoho, who views the CCP's expansionist policies with suspicion, predicted that the confrontation ...
Analysts: Potential trade deal tough challenge for China’s Communist Party leaders
China may prefer to retain Communist Party influence more than signing a deal and enhancing relations with the US
Report: US trade team to travel to China for talks
It will be the first time the two sides will meet since America's Trump and China's Xi agreed to de-escalate a trade war during a meeting in Argentina on Dec. 1
US defense chief’s resignation stirs doubts in Asia about help resisting China
Countries such as Vietnam and the Philippines looked to outbound defense chief James Mattis as a source of support
As US-China tensions build, Silicon Valley rethinks bonds
'Winter is coming,' says one observer about Chinese interest in investing in Silicon Valley
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