Hunter Biden says he got $600 million from a company linked to China. How is the White House responding?
Is China moving closer to a military foothold in the South China Sea? And how could those efforts give Beijing a leg up as it grapples with the United States? Satellite images reveal the story.
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken warns about China’s “problematic behavior” in the Indo-Pacific while speaking to the press in Tonga, as the United States races to expand its presence there.
Beijing is an Indo-Pacific bully, according to America’s defense chief.
Topics in this episode:
- Hunter Biden Admits Receiving Money from Chinese Firm
- Chinese Upgrade of Cambodian Naval Base near Complete
- China Looks to Increase Its Naval Bases: Report
- China Tops Agenda as Biden Meets Italian Leader
- Sec. Blinken on China’s ‘Problematic Behavior’ While Visiting Tonga for U.S. Embassy Opening
- U.S., Australia Defense Chiefs Meet for Talks on Countering China’s ‘Bullying’
- China Likely Offers Military Aid to Russia: Report
- Russia, China Watch North Korea’s Military Parade
- Hong Kong Is a Firewall That Protects China: Former Apple Daily Columnist