US President Joe Biden now stands accused in certain sections of defending Chinese brutalities against Uighur Muslims. This came after his second call with Xi
The Justice Department’s TikTok and WeChat motions fit into a distressing pattern of Biden taking down Trump-era measures designed to protect America from China.
The Biden administration and its corporate media cheerleaders are at pains to tell you that career-long China kowtower Joe Biden is “tough on China.” But toughness can only be proven by action.
The State Department is refusing to provide details or even confirm statements by the Chinese government indicating the U.S.-Iran envoy Robert Malley recently spoke to Communist Party officials about the Biden administration’s efforts to reenter the 2015 nuclear accord.
President Biden on Wednesday evening held his first call with Chinese President Xi Jinping since taking office, raising thorny issues including human rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
Ben Zeisloft | Campus Reform | February 7, 2021 President Donald Trump tried to enact a policy that would put pressure on American universities to reveal cooperation with China’s Confucius Institute. On January 26, President Biden quietly nixed the policy. A spokesperson for ICE confirmed to Campus Reform that the policy was rescinded. The Trump Read More…
By ZHAO HUANXIN in Washington and CHEN YINGQUN in Beijing | CHINA DAILY | February 6, 2021 US President Joe Biden said on Thursday that the United States is ready to work with China when it is in its interests to do so, while Beijing’s top envoy in Washington called for “practical cooperation” for the Read More…
By Spokesperson Ned Price | U.S. Dept of State | February 5, 2021 Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with People’s Republic of China (PRC) Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi and extended his best wishes for the Lunar New Year. Secretary Blinken stressed the United Read More…
The SDR expansion proposal has been circulating for years, lately under the pretext of aiding developing countries affected by the pandemic. Expanding SDRs would open the IMF’s front door to many more morally hazardous bailouts—even to oppressive and/or corrupt regimes. The potential SDR windfall for China could run into the hundreds of billions—and Beijing’s debt-trap diplomacy could continue apace.
On his first full day in office, President Biden signed a massive executive order that, among other things, will allow the Chinese government to get into the American electrical grid.