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Trade dispute with US a political challenge for China’s Xi

The tariff war between Washington and Beijing poses one of the biggest challenges yet for Chinese President Xi Jinping, potentially exposing his political vulnerabilities at a time when the Chinese economy is already slowing. The U.S. effort to win concessions from China on strategic industrial policies has put Xi’s own Read more…


United States should pursue fiber optics, not 5G networks

United States should pursue fiber optics, not 5G networks

Dear Editor: Mr. Healy’s radical insistence in his recent column on “keeping government out of the way” so private industry can build 5G networks is consistent with the FCC’s promotion of a “fast plan to 5G,” which seeks to “streamline” the regulatory process, makes auctioning of the high band millimeter Read more…


US still pondering military options in Venezuela

US still pondering military options in Venezuela

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan listens, Wednesday May 1, 2019, during a House Appropriations subcommittee on budget hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin AP Photo WASHINGTON The Trump administration ended a week of pointed but vague threats of a military response to the Venezuelan political crisis with a Read more…


Venezuela’s Maduro denies Pompeo’s claim that he sought to escape to Cuba after day of clashes that left 1 dead, dozens hurt

Venezuela’s Maduro denies Pompeo’s claim that he sought to escape to Cuba after day of clashes that left 1 dead, dozens hurt

Anthony Faiola Correspondent covering Latin America, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, human rights, poverty, globalization, and economics April 30 at 10:30 PM CARACAS, Venezuela — Violent clashes erupted across Venezuela on Tuesday after opposition leader Juan Guaidó launched what he described as a military-backed challenge to President Nicolás Maduro, summoning thousands of Read more…


How US–China political tensions are affecting science

Research is becoming increasingly embroiled in ongoing political tensions between the United States and China. In the latest twist, several US universities are expected this month to announce the actions they have taken against foreign scientists caught breaking rules concerning National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding, according to comments made Read more…


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