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Hong Kong Protests Rage, Defying Beijing Crackdown
Beijing’s playbook might work within mainland China, but in Hong Kong every move by the government to suppress the uprising has backfired.
GOP Operative Attacks Chinese Firms—and Lobbies for One
The operative behind a campaign warning against letting a ‘Communist run’ Chinese-owned company in Louisiana is lobbying for a Chinese-owned company linked to the Communist Party.
Hong Kong Officials Met U.S. Lawmakers About Punishing China
During a meeting in Montana last week, people from both sides of the political rift involving China discussed legislation in Congress aimed at Beijing.
Trump’s Afghan Exit Is Mired in the India-Pakistan Mess
Pakistan holds a strong hand in the Afghan war game—especially as Trump looks for ways to walk away from the table. But Trump and Imran Khan are not the only ones with a stake.
Inside Beijing’s Toolbox to Crush Hong Kong
The Chinese Communist Party is betting it won’t have to send tanks to end the revolt. It’s got the cops, surveillance, and even a replacement “international city” in the works.
Team Trump Looks to Punish Chinese Leaders Over Hong Kong
Trump hasn’t rushed to condemn China, but behind the scenes, senior administration officials and lawmakers are brainstorming ways to punish China for the clampdown in Hong Kong.
Kudlow: Trump ‘Didn’t Exactly Hear’ Second Thoughts Question
“That was his thought, it somehow got misinterpreted. I’m not sure he heard the question altogether. It was a very crowded room,” Kudlow said on CNN's State of the Union.