The Chinese government’s disrespect for the sovereignty of its Asian neighbors is reflected in the dubious tactics it uses to advance its economic interests inside Myanmar.
The Trump administration has dropped its bid to deny visas to foreign students whose classes have switched to online-only due to the pandemic.
The US will no longer extend economic privileges to Hong Kong following President Trump’s order ending the region’s preferential status in the wake of China’s crackdown.
When Americans go to the polls in November, reason and democratic ideals must prevail so the wounds inflicted by the disastrous Trump administration can begin to heal.
The US House has passed a bill that would impose sanctions on Chinese banks that do business with officials responsible for Beijing’s new Hong Kong security law.
Washington has vowed to keep up pressure on Beijing after China passed its controversial new security law for Hong Kong.
The US Food and Drug Administration has revoked permission for emergency use of hydroxychloroquine, a drug touted by President Trump, as a COVID-19 treatment.
An attitude of wariness prevailed as some New York businesses began reopening under restrictions as the city’s COVID-19 shutdown was eased Monday.
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he opposes President Donald Trump’s threat to use troops to quell protests sparked by the killing of an African-American by police.
Beijing has promised to take retaliatory measures in response to the United States’ plan to end its special financial relationship with Hong Kong.
The director general of the World Health Organization expressed hope that US President Trump will reconsider his decision to withdraw from the agency.
Two NASA astronauts were successfully launched into space on board a commercial rocket bound for the International Space Station on Saturday.
The death toll from COVID-19 in the United States has passed 100,000, making it the eighth-most severely affected country in terms of fatalities per capita.
A court in Canada ruled that there are legitimate legal grounds for extraditing Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou to the US, angering Beijing.
US President Donald Trump has hinted that Washington is preparing to take action against China over its plans to impose a national security law on Hong Kong.