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China advanced sweeping plans to curb the role of opposition activists in Hong Kong elections, with local media reports saying a vote for the city’s legislature would be delayed another year to September 2022.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden will sign an executive order on Wednesday aimed at addressing a global semiconductor chip shortage that has forced U.S. automakers and other manufacturers to cut production and alarmed the White House and members of Congress, administration officials said.
China-US relations: White House says Confucius Institutes considered as part of approach to Beijing’s infowar
The Trump-era rule would have required many K-12 schools and colleges in the US to disclose their financial ties to the Chinese cultural organisationChina’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi listed shutting Confucius Institutes as among the stumbling blocks to people-to-people exchanges between the countries
WASHINGTON (Reuters): A bipartisan group of senior US senators reintroduced a Bill on Tuesday (Feb 9) to make it easier for people from Hong Kong fearing persecution after joining protests against China to obtain US refugee status.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States called on Wednesday for the release of a Uighur Muslim medical doctor who relatives say was sentenced to 20 years jail in China because of family members' human rights activism in the United States.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Prominent U.S. lawmakers warned a Pacific ally that China risked undermining the security of a sensitive undersea cable project if a cut-price, state-backed bid wins a tender process overseen by development agencies, a letter reviewed by Reuters shows.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Monday imposed additional visa restrictions on Chinese officials over alleged human rights abuses, taking further action against China in the final month of U.S. President Donald Trump's term.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday he had imposed visa restrictions on Chinese officials and others who have used or threatened to use violence, the release of private information or other coercive tactics to intimidate critics.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Chinese social media platform WeChat blocked a message by Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison amid a dispute between Canberra and Beijing over the doctored tweeted image of an Australian soldier.