China is once again pushing for COVID-19 vaccinations. What’s the main variant driving the country’s outbreak?
A former doctoral chemistry student has been accused of poisoning his neighbors, including a baby girl.
Long-time politicians in Hong Kong say they’re bowing out of the city’s elections, while some voters say they won’t even visit the polls. Why are pro-democracy candidates getting iced out of the race?
A former president breaks down why the United States and Beijing are zeroed in on the Pacific, and what Chinese influence attempts really look like.
Topics in this episode:
- China Pushes Anti-COVID-19 Vaccinations
- Former Chinese Chem Student Accused of Poisoning Neighbor
- U.S., S. Korean, Japanese Security Advisers Meet
- State Dept. Nominee Talks Indo-Pacific Security
- U.S., Mexico Joint Investment Screening to Counter China
- Taiwan Spots Chinese Surveillance Balloon
- Italy to Leave China’s Belt and Road Initiative
- Secrecy Makes Corruption Easy: Diplomat on Belt and Road Initiative
- Hong Kong City Councilors Exit Politics Amid Barriers
- Pacific ‘Must Stand Up’: Fmr Micronesia President
- ‘Banks Aren’t Going to Lie’: Corr on China’s Economy