Siphoning U.S. innovation by luring talents from America’s top nuclear lab: a new report is highlighting how Beijing uses American technology to advance its own military.
Thousands of homebuyers in China are living in unfinished buildings, without electricity, running water, or sewage systems.
A 90-year-old cardinal stands trial in Hong Kong. The case is linked to humanitarian aid he offered the city’s pro-democracy movement in 2019.
The United States is selling arms to Taiwan, but not delivering them. Two lawmakers are pushing for a solution to the delays.
Vice President Kamala Harris is in Japan. We look at the top goals on her schedule.
Topics in this episode:
- Report: Beijing Lures Talent from Top U.S. Nuclear Lab
- China’s ‘Rotting Home’ Owners Struggling
- 90-Year-Old Cardinal Stands Trial in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Curbs Restrictions for Int’l Travelers
- New Bill May Accelerate Taiwan Arms Transfers
- Harris: Alliance Between Japan, U.S. a ‘Cornerstone’
- S. Korean Leader Warns of Threat from North
- Falun Gong Practitioner Calls for Release of Sister
- Beijing-Ordered Lockdowns Spark Resentment in Tibet
- Strict COVID-19 Lockdown Measures Continue in China
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