Scientists and political leaders alike have continued to criticize China and the World Health Orgnaization (WHO) over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. One America’s Stephanie Myers explains.
The Trump administration kick-started the official process of withdrawing the U.S. from World Health Organization membership.
Hong Kong’s secretary for security recently announced the first arrest made under the city’s new national security law, which was imposed by China. On Friday, John Lee Ka-chiu explained the protester, who was arrested Wednesday, was in violation of the new law.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken out on China’s new security law and signaled he may not attend the next USMCA summit. On Friday, Trudeau announced the country will no longer uphold their extradition agreement with China.
In 2019, a Chinese think tank released a study looking specifically at our nation’s 50 governors. One America’s Christina Bobb spoke with Dr. Roslyn Layton about the significance of the study.
The Chinese government is allegedly forcing minority Uighurs to take contraceptives in a desperate measure to decrease their Muslim population.
The Senate passes legislation sanctioning Chinese officials over the country’s actions against Hong Kong. The bipartisan Hong Kong Autonomy Act passed with unanimous consent Thursday.
As consumer trends change, demand for items that require rare earth elements continue to rise. However, that industry has been dominated by China, in turn, sparking concern among company officials and lawmakers on Capitol Hill. One America’s Stephanie Myers sat down with Geomega Resources President Kiril Mugerman to discuss the threat.
The secretary of state has refuted China’s accusations of U.S. “incitement” of “anti-Beijing” sentiments in Europe. In a statement, Mike Pompeo announced the U.S. has accepted the EU’s proposal to establish a “mutual dialogue on China” to address its recent threats.