The Justice Department is prosecuting several other Chinese-government repression cases, most of them efforts to stalk and harass Chinese dissidents.
Author: Jimmy Quinn
State Department Warmly Welcomes China’s New Ambassador
The envoy will preside over a Chinese diplomatic presence in America heavily implicated in plots that are the focus of several ongoing criminal cases.
Bush China Foundation Holds ‘Political Dialogue’ with the CCP
Chinese-state-media summaries of the meeting emphasized that the U.S. and China should seek cooperation rather than conflict.
Pence Endorses Congressional TikTok-Ban Bill as Part of China-Policy Rollout
The former vice president endorsed 18 bills offered by China hawks within the congressional GOP.
State Department Walks Back Biden Comments on Chinese Defense-Minister Sanctions
Li Shangfu was placed under U.S. sanctions in 2018 over his role in China’s purchase of weapons from Russia.
U.N. Rep Holds ‘Constructive’ Meeting with Russian Official Accused of War Crimes
The Russian envoy said the two ‘discussed various forms of further cooperation with the U.N. and other international organizations’ to protect children.
Senior U.N. Official Plans Meeting with Russian Official Wanted for War Crimes
‘Lvova-Belova belongs only in one place — in the dock at the ICC — to answer charges of heinous crimes committed in Ukraine.’
State Department Adds Email Pronouns for All Employees, Mislabeling Officials’ Genders
‘This change was unintentional and the bureau is working to correct this immediately.’
China Threatens to ‘Smash’ Taiwan Independence in Response to Anticipated $500M U.S. Arms Package
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the U.S. would soon arm Taiwan through a special fast-track procedure.
U.S. Charges Ex-Apple Self-Driving-Car Engineer with Tech Theft as Part of Crackdown on China and Russia
The FBI is opening a new China-related counterintelligence case every ten hours.