US-China trade war
US citizenship regulation Trump administration targets China, revives Red Scare era immigration laws

Recently notified naturalization and residence policy guidelines in the United States specify the use of a century-old law to disqualify individuals associated with any communist party

US interference Portugal US ambassador’s interference in Portuguese affairs slammed by left-wing groups

The US ambassador in Lisbon, George Glass, said Portugal must choose between its allies and China. He added that a delegation of US treasury officials was working with regulatory officials to prevent the triumph of Chinese companies in Portuguese markets

How US aggression on China will destabilize global trade and tech

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent developments in the US-China ‘trade war’ which has escalated following a number of recent aggressive US measures against China in the trade and tech sectors.

Who benefits from TikTok’s sale?

Prabir Purkayastha discusses the recent revelations on how Facebook’s lobbying influenced the current US stance on TikTok.

The US tech war on China and the 5G battlefield

It is certainly not game over for Huawei, as many tech analysts are concluding. They have already pronounced the game over twice, once over Google’s Android system denial, later on ARM processor ban

Who benefits from the US escalation against Huawei?

The UK ban on Huawei is a direct result of US pressure on its allies to not allow the Chinese company into their markets.

“Trump is making war on the American people”

Aijaz Ahmad talks to Vijay Prashad about the anti-people’s policies of the US government under Donald Trump

Why Iran’s fuel tankers for Venezuela are sending shudders through Washington

Vijay Prashad on the significance of the arrival of tankers from Iran to Venezuela amid rising global tensions

The US military is hell-bent on trying to overpower China

Vijay Prashad writes about how the United States has unilaterally increased its military buildup around China and has ramped up threatening rhetoric

COVID-19 and the Future of Neoliberalism

Atul Bhardwaj talks to Prof. Inderjeet Parmar on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the world order, the options before countries in terms of policy making and the new forms of resistance that may emerge.

The novel coronavirus and the virus of new cold war

Some of the brickbats that western media and the governments are hurling at the Chinese is racist. Most of it is a continuation of the new cold war that Trump and co. have unleashed on China

How Chinese Socialism is Defeating the Coronavirus Outbreak

China is marshaling state-owned industries and market controls to build hospitals, ensure stable commodity prices, and provide universal treatment to stop the coronavirus outbreak—providing a global demonstration of the strengths of socialism with Chinese characteristics.

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