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U.S. Trade Representative Calls China the “World’s Leading Offender” in Creating Industrial Overcapacity
The Biden administration pledged action to “address harmful trade practices.”
China Projects Supply Chain Self-Sufficiency in New Five-Year Plan
China’s investment in research and development targets technology with the intent of usurping America’s leadership. The United States needs to get to work.
The United States Officially Designates What is Happening in Xinjiang as Genocide
Now it’s on the incoming Biden administration to act. But Western brands have a role to play, too.
It’s the One Year Anniversary of Trump’s Trade Deal With China
Predictions that the agreement would ultimately be a big nothing burger have largely come true. Now attention turns to President-elect Joe Biden.
New Report: China’s Solar Companies Use Forced Labor
Researchers at Horizon Advisory found forced labor in Xinjiang is likely being utilized by China's polysilicon industry and related supply chain.
The Director of National Intelligence Just Called China the Challenge of our Generation. So What Do We Do Now?
A key government commission has a few ideas. Nineteen, to be exact.
The Five Most Egregious Things in the NYT Op-ed Written by a Top Chinese Official
It’s all propaganda. But it shows that China's regime is counting on the U.S. backtracking into the old status quo.
A New Wave of COVID-19 is Here. Why Does the U.S. Still Not Have Enough PPE?
Experts tell a Senate panel that America’s continued reliance on China is one of the reasons why shortages of personal protective equipment remain.
Is 2020 Stressing You Out? Don’t Forget About the Global Ambitions of China’s Regime!
With the U.S. still focused on the election and coping with rising coronavirus cases, Xi Jinping and Co. are continuing ahead with plans to monopolize industry… and then some.
Congress Moves to Stop Influx of Goods Made by Forced Uyghur Labor
Despite growing public condemnation, China continues to expand its labor camps. Meanwhile, dozens of big name companies continue to exploit forced Uyghur labor.