Beijing was backing away from anti-drug cooperation with the U.S. before formally suspending such cooperation amid geopolitical tensions.
The Biden administration has terminated a U.S. oil contractor’s license to operate in Syria and says U.S. troops are there only to fight the Islamic State.
The U.S. withdrew billions of dollars’ worth of weaponry from its stockpile to be sent to Ukraine; Congress appropriated money to buy new equipment to replenish that stockpile.
U.S. companies face far more scrutiny and restrictions in China than Chinese companies do in the U.S.
The agreement collapsed because of North Korea’s secret enrichment of uranium for its nuclear weapons program, in violation of the Agreed Framework.
The U.S. commitment to China to reduce arms sales to Taiwan is predicated on China committing to resolve the Taiwan question peacefully
The source of the alleged “Biden plan for the destruction of Taiwan” is a joke posted on Twitter.
The U.S. government is not arresting journalists for reporting on the Ohio train derailment. Charges against the detained reporter have been dropped.
China invaded Vietnam and India and supported communist insurgencies in Southeast Asia. Beijing has also become increasingly aggressive in the South China Sea.
The Pentagon, which monitored the Chinese balloon for days before its downing, determined it was a spy balloon.
China keeps spreading Kremlin disinformation blaming NATO enlargement for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Minsk Agreements were negotiated to stop Russia’s undeclared war in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region, where Moscow-backed separatists fought Ukrainian government forces.
Hong Kong’s National Security Law has caused drastic damage to judicial independence and human rights.
China’s COVID-19 reporting has been disputed by the World Health Organization, independent experts and its own citizens.
Satellite images of the reported unoccupied land features appear to show the alleged Chinese activities. Manila is still investigating the report.
Amir Nasr-Azadani has not been convicted or sentenced. Human Rights Watch called Iran’s use of the death penalty a “travesty of justice.”
Abundant social media and news reports suggest COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in Baoding as China moves to relax testing and quarantine rules nationwide.
In accusing the U.K. of mistreating journalists, China’s Foreign Ministry could hardly have chosen worse examples.
A testy exchange between China’s Xi and Canada’s Trudeau highlights China's efforts to influence matters in countries of interest.