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Bipartisan resolution introduced in US Senate condemning Chinese aggression against India to change status quo at LAC
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Bipartisan resolution introduced in US Senate condemning Chinese aggression against India to change status quo at LAC

It is more important than ever that we support our Indian partners as they defend against Chinese aggression, said Republican Senator John Cornyn

China announces sanctions against 11 US politicians for interfering in ‘Hong Kong affairs’
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China announces sanctions against 11 US politicians for interfering in ‘Hong Kong affairs’

The number of Americans named by Beijing exactly equals the number of Hong Kong and Chinese officials placed on a sanctions list by the US last week

Hong Kong's pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under new national security law
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Hong Kong's pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under new national security law

Lai owns the Apple Daily newspaper and Next Magazine, two outlets unapologetically pro-democracy and critical of Beijing

Donald Trump wants US to get a cut of any TikTok deal, but no one knows how that'd work
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Donald Trump wants US to get a cut of any TikTok deal, but no one knows how that'd work

The president is promising to orchestrate the kind of pay-to-play bounty that the US prohibits companies from making to other governments

Donald Trump’s orders on WeChat and TikTok create confusion, but some in White House see upside
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Donald Trump’s orders on WeChat and TikTok create confusion, but some in White House see upside

The Trump administration has steadily ramped up its actions in a broader economic and geopolitical fight with China

China sentences third Canadian to death on drug charges amid sour ties between Beijing and Ottawa
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China sentences third Canadian to death on drug charges amid sour ties between Beijing and Ottawa

Relations between China and Canada have soured over the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, an executive and the daughter of the founder of Chinese tech giant Huawei, at Vancouver’s airport in late 2018

US Health Secretary Alex Azar to visit Taiwan soon; move likely to worsen friction with China for Washington, Taipei
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US Health Secretary Alex Azar to visit Taiwan soon; move likely to worsen friction with China for Washington, Taipei

Azar’s will be the highest-level visit by a US Cabinet official since the break in diplomatic ties between Washington and Taipei in 1979

US imposes sanctions on China’s major paramilitary organisation over rights abuses in Xinjiang
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US imposes sanctions on China’s major paramilitary organisation over rights abuses in Xinjiang

The sanctions freeze any assets the targets may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from doing business with them

US closes Chengdu consulate in China in retaliation to Washington shutting down Houston consulate
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US closes Chengdu consulate in China in retaliation to Washington shutting down Houston consulate

The tit-for-tat closings marked a significant escalation in the multiple disputes between the two countries over a range of issues, including trade, technology, security, and human rights.

After US orders China's Houston consulate closed, Beijing accuses law enforcement of 'improperly entering' premises
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After US orders China's Houston consulate closed, Beijing accuses law enforcement of 'improperly entering' premises

The Trump administration ordered the Houston consulate closed this week, saying Chinese agents tried to steal medical and other research in Texas

China's Communist Party expels leader, who criticised Beijing's COVID-19 response, on graft charges
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China's Communist Party expels leader, who criticised Beijing's COVID-19 response, on graft charges

Ren Zhiqiang, who spoke against censorship and other sensitive topics, disappeared from public view after publishing an essay that accused Xi of mishandling the outbreak

Chinese legal scholar Xu Zhangrun sacked by university after criticising Xi Jingping's leadership
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Chinese legal scholar Xu Zhangrun sacked by university after criticising Xi Jingping's leadership

In his criticism of Communist Party leadership, Xu opposed the removal of presidential term limits, which will allow Xi Jinping to stay in the post after 2023.

Donald Trump administration mulls sweeping travel ban on Chinese Communist Party members, their families
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Donald Trump administration mulls sweeping travel ban on Chinese Communist Party members, their families

While the president and his strategists have been intent on portraying him as tough on China for reelection purposes, Trump has vacillated wildly in both his language and actions.

Japan accuses China of pushing propaganda and territorial claims in the Asia-Pacific during pandemic
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Japan accuses China of pushing propaganda and territorial claims in the Asia-Pacific during pandemic

Japan’s criticism of China echoes similar comments made by the US, as relations between Beijing and Washington deteriorate.

Hong Kong voters defy Beijing, throw support behind protest leaders in unofficial primary vote
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Hong Kong voters defy Beijing, throw support behind protest leaders in unofficial primary vote

Just half of the 70 seats in the Hong Kong legislature represent geographical districts that are directly elected by voters. The other half are so-called functional constituencies, most chosen by corporate voting and more likely to go to establishment candidates

US state department warns of  'heightened detention risks' in China, tells citizens to exercise increased caution
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US state department warns of 'heightened detention risks' in China, tells citizens to exercise increased caution

US citizens may be detained without access to US consular services or information about their alleged crime, the state department said in a security alert.

No guarantee Donald Trump backs India against China if border tensions escalate, says John Bolton
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No guarantee Donald Trump backs India against China if border tensions escalate, says John Bolton

John Bolton said he does not think Donald Trump knows anything about the history of these clashes between India and China.

Allow independent mission to identify 'incursion, intrusion, encroachment' by China, Rahul Gandhi urges Centre
India

Allow independent mission to identify 'incursion, intrusion, encroachment' by China, Rahul Gandhi urges Centre

Rahul Gandhi asked the government to inform the country of the steps taken "to ensure no more Indian territory is taken by China".

US considering additional actions against China on Hong Kong's new security law, COVID-19, says White House
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US considering additional actions against China on Hong Kong's new security law, COVID-19, says White House

US and China have sparred recently over China's imposition of new national security law in Hong Kong, treatment of Uighurs, and Beijing's handling of coronavirus

China opens new national security office in Hong Kong, converts hotel into its new headquarters
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China opens new national security office in Hong Kong, converts hotel into its new headquarters

The office will oversee the Hong Kong government’s enforcement of Beijing’s sweeping national security legislation that will punish acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison.