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WASHINGTON — For decades, Robert E. Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, was reliably one of Washington’s toughest critics when it came to China and…View More Top China Critic Becomes Its Defender
Under bright blue skies, nearly 2,000 students gathered this month for the start of school at Hanyang No. 1 High School in Wuhan, the Chinese…View More How China Brought Nearly 200 Million Students Back to School
During her career teaching at the Communist Party’s top academy, Cai Xia cheered on signs that China’s leaders might ease their political grip, making her…View More Cai Xia Was A Communist Party Insider in China. Then She Denounced Xi.
China passed a contentious new law for Hong Kong on Tuesday that would empower the authorities to crack down on opposition to Beijing, risking deeper…View More China Passes Hong Kong Security Law Granting Beijing Sweeping Powers
The world of artificial satellites, silent in the void of space, might seem pacific. In fact it’s a high-flying battlefield rife with jamming, snooping, blinding,…View More China Reports Progress in Ultra-Secure Satellite Transmission
“One of the biggest weaknesses in the American economy is the decline of our scientific and innovation industrial base, and we must invest in academic…View More Lawmakers Push to Invest Billions in Semiconductor Industry to Counter China
Hertz, the car rental giant, could seek bankruptcy court protection if it fails to strike a deal with its creditors on Friday. The company, which…View More Stocks Waver as China Tension Rises: Live Updates