Kinling Lo is a China reporter covering diplomacy and society news for the Post. She joined the team in 2016 as a cadet reporter.
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Rahul Gupta, director of national drug control policy, says Beijing stopped talks after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan in August.
Mainland China is still keeping its borders closed to most travellers and discourages non-essential travel to Hong Kong.
General Mark Kelly, the head of the Air Combat Command, says the air force has 48 squadrons of ‘multirole’ fighters but needs 60, and that the shortages are most significant in the Pacific Air Forces.
‘Not surprising’ Beijing voicing reservations after months of ‘geopolitical gymnastics’ trying to avoid criticising Moscow, says spokesman
Negotiations on the details of IPEF, the economic component of the US strategy to counter China in the region, start on Thursday in Los Angeles.
Recipients of US$52 billion in funding can only expand operations in China that make older and cheaper generation of chips, commerce secretary says.
Appointment of long-time China hand, the US consul general in Shenyang from 2016 to 2019, is said to have been made at least in part to avoid adding tension between Washington and Beijing.
Encounter in airspace over Quemoy archipelago just 4km (2.5 miles) off mainland city of Xiamen came soon after warning shots.
Coronavirus control measures, deteriorating US-China relations and Beijing’s data and cybersecurity rules are top concerns for American firms, according to a new survey.
China and the US signed an accord granting the US accounting oversight board access to Chinese audit data, ending an impasse that has wiped billions of dollars off Chinese stocks on US exchanges.
‘We will ensure that our presence, posture and exercise account for China’s more provocative and destabilising behaviour’, says Indo-Pacific adviser amid simmering bilateral tensions.
Observers say Taiwan Policy Act ‘would overturn Sino-US relations’ and could prompt a stronger response from Beijing than House Speaker Pelosi’s visit to Taipei.
Exchange of strong statements in Washington follows summoning of Ambassador Qin Gang to condemn Beijing’s ‘overreaction’ to Nancy Pelosi’s visit to self-ruled island.
US-China Economic and Security Review Commission hears the US must win hearts and minds of Pacific Islanders by taking their priorities seriously.
Qin Gang, China’s ambassador to the US, says Pelosi’s visit will escalate tensions both across the Taiwan Strait and between Beijing and Washington.
Sagging interest in studying ‘most serious competitor’ impedes Biden administration’s goals amid tense bilateral relations.
Centralised PLA logistics system ‘something of a soft underbelly’ that could hamper battlefield effectiveness, say Pentagon experts.
City’s strength as a business hub ‘will continue to erode’ if it stays on current trajectory, says US consul general in Hong Kong, citing national security law.
China General Chamber of Commerce in the US asked 111 Chinese companies about their revenue and their outlook, with 54 per cent reporting revenue growth.
Federal government is encouraged to strengthen safeguards, improve public-private cooperation and bolster regulations and cybersecurity strategy.
Beijing’s non-market economic practices, approach to debt and human rights actions set to be addressed in communique issued from meeting in Germany.
Clean energy, secure communications technology and health systems among focus areas for programme funded by grants, federal financing and private sector.
US officials predict Beijing will be named for the first time in the North Atlantic alliance’s policy framework.
Biden said he would be talking to Xi and was ‘in the process’ of making a decision about the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on Chinese imports.
‘You basically live on WeChat in China. If we can re-create that with Twitter, we’ll be a great success.’
Kurt Campbell, US President Joe Biden’s Indo-Pacific adviser, discusses plans to offer more security guarantees to New Delhi and also hints at developments in the Aukus pact.
National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan says an unchallenged invasion of Ukraine would embolden ‘other would-be aggressors, like China’.
Evan Greenberg says a full-scale decoupling is ‘an economic impossibility’ that would undermine US global competitiveness.
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and top Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi meet in Luxembourg to discuss Taiwan, Ukraine, North Korea and Washington’s Indo-Pacific diplomatic efforts.