The Alaska Republican’s legislation would impose heavy sanctions on Chinese financial institutions and certain industrial sectors.
The Republican critique of the first year of Biden’s foreign-policy performance is clear. Where’s the White House rejoinder?
Alexei Navalny criticized the current U.S. approach to dealing with the Kremlin, which he says places too much of an emphasis on European security matters.
The ad was obtained exclusively by National Review ahead of its publication tomorrow in the New York Times.
It’s grimly fitting that China is throwing a lifeline to the Syrian dictatorship.
The deputy secretary of state says she knows her Russian counterpart ‘very, very well.’
China’s latest leadership shuffle indicates that more of what might be called the ‘Xinjiang model’ could take root in Hong Kong.
If it’s true, the administration is mulling over steps that would leave America’s allies in Europe more vulnerable to Russian coercion.
Fury at U.S. corporate sponsors of the winter games is a bipartisan thing on the Hill these days.
NYC’s new subway safety plan puts progressive cynicism on China policy on full display.