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The New York Times - 16 Sep 2019 Trump Ordered US Companies to Leave China. Is That Possible?
On top of that is the question of whether severing American businesses from China is at all feasible. In the short term, it's not. American business is deeply intertwined with China, and untangling it would be messy and potentially destructive for the global ...
Foreign Policy - 16 Sep 2019 The Great Anti-China Tech Alliance
In these early days of the regulatory renaissance for digital technologies, China, Europe, and the United States are competing over whose image will be most ...
CNN - 16 Sep 2019 China's economy is getting worse. That makes a trade deal more likely
China's economic slowdown keeps getting worse. That could give the country incentive to repair its trading relationship with the United States and take more ...
The Wall Street Journal - 16 Sep 2019 Democrats and China
A new Morning Consult poll conducted after last Thursday's Democratic presidential debate finds that former Vice President Joe Biden remains the favorite.
Aljazeera.com - 17 Sep 2019 'Dollar diplomacy' - Taiwan condemns China after Solomons switch
Solomon Islands sixth country to cut ties with Taiwan since 2016 election of Tsai Ing-wen, as China raises pressure.
BBC News - 17 Sep 2019 China gripped after sighting of its own 'Loch Ness Monster'
Is the creature in the Yangtze a monster, a snake - or something less animated altogether?
The Wall Street Journal - 16 Sep 2019 China’s Economy Aches All Over as Beijing Seeks Trade Fix With the U.S.
BEIJING—Economic activity in China cooled further in August, testing Beijing's tolerance for slower growth as it seeks to ease trade tensions with the U.S..
The Guardian - 16 Sep 2019 China's industrial growth slumps to weakest rate in over 17 years
Interest rate cuts may be necessary on top of central bank's recent move to ease lending restrictions.
The New York Times - 16 Sep 2019 What Chinese Students Abroad Really Think About Hong Kong’s Protests
While the battle lines seem clearly drawn, views are often less absolute and loyalties not so predictable. On Australian campuses, this uncertainty is producing a ...
The Wall Street Journal - 16 Sep 2019 The Real Loser From the Oil Price Jump Is China
Higher oil prices are no longer an unalloyed negative for the U.S., but they are for the world's largest crude importer: China. The country is already dealing with a ...
Quartz - 16 Sep 2019 Inside the fight to keep US military space tech out of China
Inside the undercover operations trying to stop China from obtaining critical US technology.
The Wall Street Journal - 16 Sep 2019 China Is Pitting the Yuan Against the Dollar. So Far, It’s Not Going to Plan.
SHANGHAI—China's progress in boosting international use of its currency is stalling. The yuan was the eighth most traded currency this year, being on one side ...
Forbes - 16 Sep 2019 Drone Wars: China Has $400 Billion At Stake In Iran Oil
Heightened risk for tougher Iran sanctions a poke in the eye for China.
The National Interest Online - 16 Sep 2019 Dangerous Demographics: China's Population Problem Will Eclipse Its Ambitions
If demographics are destiny, then China is facing its biggest challenge in decades with no easy long-term solution in sight.
Voice of America - 16 Sep 2019 China’s New Ship Helps Strengthen Claim in South China Sea
A new large supply transport ship will help China's government get supplies to its islands in the disputed South China Sea. The waterway is rich in resources.
National Review - 16 Sep 2019 One Man in China
The Chinese state is committing monstrous crimes against the Uyghur minority. So monstrous are these crimes, it can be hard to take it all in. To focus the mind.
BBC News - 16 Sep 2019 Gladys Liu: The row over a trailblazing Chinese-Australian MP
As Australia increasingly debates China's influence on its society, a new MP is facing damaging questions over her past links to Beijing-associated groups.
CNBC - 16 Sep 2019 It's 'very difficult' for China's economy to maintain 6% growth, says Premier Li Keqiang
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said it would be "very difficult" for China's economy to grow at a rate of 6% or more because of the high base from which it was ...
South China Morning Post - 16 Sep 2019 Chinese Premier Li Keqiang seeks to manage expectations in Moscow
Agriculture deals may soften blow of US trade war but analysts say Russia is looking for more investment from China.
The National Interest Online - 16 Sep 2019 Why China Wouldn't Want to Fight for North Korea, but Would Anyway in a War
Key point: China would focus on ensuring North Korea survived and did not collapse. Three years ago I outlined what the contours of a war between China and ...