A U.S. military base in Guam is at risk of Chinese attacks, as Beijing advances missile arsenals.
U.S. lawmakers are calling on the White House to stop a flood of Chinese electric cars into the United States with more tariffs and tougher laws.
The Philippines is observing a Japanese naval drill for the first time ever, with the United States, Australia, and Canada joining to uphold a “free and open Indo-Pacific.”
One congressman says that China is becoming a greater threat by the day. How and what can U.S. lawmakers do about it?
Topics in this episode:
- Guam ‘Highly Vulnerable’ to Chinese Attack: Official
- China’s Nuclear Arsenal Quickly Growing: Expert
- Beijing to Resume Purchases from Boeing
- China Buys Over 3M Tons of U.S. Soybeans
- Biden Will Push China to Restore Military Ties: White House
- Philippines Observes Japan Navel Drill for 1st Time
- Rep. Gallagher: U.S. Must Reduce China’s Leverage for Coercion
- U.S., S. Korea Boost Deal to Counter N. Korea
- Lawmakers: for More Tariffs on Chinese EVs
- U.S., South Korea Revise Deterrence Strategy
- Biden-Xi Meeting ‘Can’t Resolve’ Tensions: Graceffo