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The power crisis in China is making foreign companies wary of doing business in the country.
Spreading Power Crisis in China, Foreign Businesses Grow Wary
China is currently grappling with a power crunch due to a coal shortage and administrative push to limit electricity use to comply with Beijing’s carbon emission targets. Local governments in many regions have asked businesses...
India plans on sending four warships to the South China Sea region to participate in joint exercises with foreign navies.
India Will Deploy Warships in the South China Sea
India plans to send four warships into the contested South China Sea waters in August, according to its Defense Ministry. The exact date of departure has not been revealed. The two-month deployment will also include...
Manila will continue the VFA military pact with Washington despite earlier indications that it could be terminated.
Philippines Retains Military Pact With America, U.S. Defense Secretary Rejects Beijing’s Claim Over South China Sea
The Philippines has just announced that it will retain the bilateral Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States. The decision was made public in a joint statement by Philippines Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and...
Chinese Catholic worshippers at Palm Sunday Mass during the Easter Holy Week at an unofficial church on April 9, 2017 near Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China. China places a number of restrictions on Christians, allowing legal practice of the faith only at state-approved churches. The policy has driven an increasing number of Christians to secretly congregate in private homes and other venues.
Chinese Regime Allegedly Torturing and Coercing Christians to Abandon Faith in ‘Transformation’ Camps
A recent Radio Free Asia (RFA) news report revealed efforts by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to detain Christians in secret, mobile facilities and pressure them into renouncing their faith. A member of a Christian...
The United States, European Union, Canada, and Britain launched coordinated sanctions against Chinese officials over their involvement in persecuting the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang.
Western Nations Take Aim at China for Uyghur Persecution; Japan Stands Out
The United States, European Union, Canada, and Britain launched coordinated sanctions against Chinese officials over their involvement in persecuting the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang. The sanctions are also part of the West’s attempt to display...
Republican Senator Tom Cotton recently released an 80-page report to guide the U.S. into decoupling from China and win the economic war..
Tom Cotton: How to Beat China and Win the Economic War
Republican Senator Tom Cotton recently released an 80-page report to guide the U.S. into decoupling from China and win the economic war. The report foresees a cold war with China, which Cotton believes America can...
President Biden has warned communist China that it should expect “extreme competition” from the United States.
China Should Expect ‘Extreme Competition’: Biden
President Biden has warned Communist China that it should expect “extreme competition” from the United States. But he also says that he does not want to forge a conflict-oriented relationship with Beijing. In an interview...
Indian and Chinese military forces engaged in a “minor face-off” at the Naku La region in the Indian state of Sikkim bordering Tibet.
India and China Clash at Sikkim Border in the Himalayas
Indian and Chinese military forces engaged in a “minor face-off” at the Naku La region in the Indian state of Sikkim bordering Tibet. The Jan. 20 incident caused injuries to both parties. The PLA tried...