CIA Director Bill Burns’ Secret Beijing Visit Signals Biden Admin’s Bid to Repair Strained U.S.-China Relations

CIA Director Bill Burns secretly visited Beijing to meet with Chinese intelligence officials, indicating growing concerns within the Biden administration about the deteriorating relations with China, and marking the highest-level trip by a Biden official to China.

China to Prepare for ‘Worst-Case’ Scenarios

Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned that China must prepare for "worst-case" scenarios.

Xi, Zelensky Speak by Phone in First Known Call Since War Started

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky claimed the phone call was "long and meaningful."

Hillary Clinton Says Republicans Are ‘Playing Into the Hands’ of Russia, China

Hillary Clinton criticizes House Republicans for using the debt ceiling as a political weapon, warning that it undermines the U.S.'s global credibility and plays into the hands of adversaries like Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, and warns of the potential danger of playing games with the debt ceiling to the U.S. dollar's pre-eminent position in the global economy.

France, China Working on Peace Deal for Russia-Ukraine Conflict

France's Macron hopes to establish a framework for future negotiations and has tasked his foreign policy adviser, Emmanuel Bonne, to work with China's top diplomat, Wang Yi.

Two New York Residents Arrested for Operating Undisclosed Chinese Police Station: ‘Significant National Security Matter’

China's Ministry of Public Security "has repeatedly and flagrantly violated our nation's sovereignty, including by opening and operating a police station in the middle of New York City," according to the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

Brazil’s President Joins Worldwide Attack on U.S. Dollar

"Who decided that the dollar was the (trade) currency after the end of gold parity?" asked President Lula.

U.S. to Give Ukraine Additional $350 Million in Military Aid

The United States is to give an additional $350 million to Ukraine for military aid. Since Ukraine's conflict with Russia began, the United States has given $32.5 billion in military assistance.

Sen. Hawley Looks to Revoke China’s Trade Relations Status Within Two Years

The Missouri senator says he wants to "end normal trade relations, put in place strong tariffs, and protect American workers."

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