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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Chinese Government
Fox News host Bob Beckel gave an on-air apology Monday night for recent comments he made toward Chinese people, but made it clear that he will not apologize to the Chinese government.
The House Appropriations Committee hoped to send a message on Tuesday, approving a measure that would order the State Department to rename the street directly in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington after Liu Xiaobo, a dissident who is being detained by the Chinese government.
In a culture where abortion and infanticide are common place to comply with public policy, you will be moved by the courage and compassion of one mother.
Efraim Halevy, the former head of Mossad — Israel's Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations — warned that China's recent buy-out of a large food production company in Israel could mean big security threats for the Jewish nation.
What if the federal government is shameless? What if it personifies the adage of "Do as I say, and not as I do"?
The Obama administration has brought unprecedented criminal charges against five officials in the Chinese military for hacking into private U.S. companies' systems and stealing trade secrets. It was the first time the U.S. has revealed any evidence the Chinese government was going after American companies' private information for economic gain.
China on Tuesday warned the United States was jeopardizing military ties by charging five Chinese officers with cyberspying and tried to turn the tables on Washington by calling it "the biggest attacker of China's cyberspace."
Accusing China of vast business spying, the United States charged five military officials on Monday with hacking into U.S. companies to steal vital trade secrets in a case intensifying already-rising tensions between the international economic giants.
A Beijing man who supplied information to a dissident-run U.S.-based news website has been detained on charges he made up stories that disparaged the Chinese government, police said Tuesday.
Dubbed as "China’s youngest prisoner of conscience," Zhang Anni and her sister Ruli have voiced their opposition to the government’s vicious treatment of their father, who resists the communist party.
Chinese authorities’ bulldozing of a large Protestant church shows the need for greater respect for religious freedom in the country, a U.S. congressman has said.
One of China's most publicized technological accomplishments is the Sea Dragon manned deep-sea submersible that boasts the world's greatest capability for range of depth. But when the vessel is needed the most — in the search for the missing Malaysian plane — it has been entirely a no-show.
Bishop Joseph Fan Zhongliang, a bishop of Shanghai in the People’s Republic of China who spent decades under arrest for his faith, died March 16 at the age of 97.
2 men found guilty in sale of trade secrets to company controlled by Chinese government.
For very different reasons, Chinese government officials and the White House press corps both raised objections to President Obama's meeting Friday with the Dalai Lama.