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I In December 2021, Texas A&M closed a climate research partnership with a Chinese university due to potential security issues, business reported last week. The International Laboratory for High-Resolution...

Johannesburg, South Africa – Former President Barack Obama “turned” against Africa, his predecessor Donald Trump away from it, and current US leader Joe Biden has had his hands full...

Introduction China’s role in Latin America has grown rapidly since 2000, promising economic opportunity even while raising concerns over Beijing’s influence. China’s state firms are major investors in the...

India, which is facing a “very tense situation” along the actual line of control with China, is concerned about the “close links” between Russia and China and...

Each year, the survey’s responses culminate directly in CGCC Annual Business Survey Report on Chinese Companies in the United States, a valuable resource that provides important data and insights...

Oil rose with partial easing of virus restrictions in Shanghai brought some optimism over demand as Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to continue his country’s invasion of Ukraine. West...

Genco Shipping & Trading CEO John Wobensmith discusses whether a ‘freight recession’ is on the way at ‘The Claman Countdown’. When Congress returning later this month, one of its...

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has all but confirmed what many saw as evident following President Joe Biden‘s pullout for Afghanistan. As the 21st century unfolds, America’s international objective for...

The U.S. Navy has 11 nuclear-powered aircraft carriers operating worldwide.US Navy China’s development of advanced anti-ship weapons has renewed debate over the future of aircraft carriers. U.S. officials say...

University of Kansas (KU) chemistry professor Feng ‘Franklin’ Tao, who was arrested in 2019 during the US Department of Justice’s controversial ‘China Initiative’, was convicted of three counts of...