An invisible nuclear threat hidden in the depths: a report says Beijing is developing a new generation of submarines, and if combined with missiles, the fleet could strike the continental United States.
Construction is underway at nuclear test sites. Satellite images show China, Russia, and the United States expanding their facilities and digging new tunnels. Are weapons tests incoming for the superpowers?
Russia and China are both saying “no” to a U.S.-drafted resolution at the U.N. Security Council. How does the refusal impact Hamas terrorists, as war rages with Israel?
A flurry of handshakes takes place between American and Chinese officials. Is a “thaw” in U.S.-China relations within reach?
Topics in this episode:
- China Developing New Nuclear Powered Subs: Report
- Russia, China, U.S. Expand Nuclear Test Sites
- Blinken Hosts Top Beijing Diplomat This Week
- Russia, China Veto U.S. Push for United Nations Action on Israel
- Biden: Belt and Road Left Partners ‘Dead in the Noose’
- Biden to China: U.S. Will Defend Philippines
- 15 Chinese Jets Fly into Taiwan Air Defense Zone
- U.S., S. Korea Conduct Maritime Drills
- Denmark Seeks to ‘De-Risk’ from China: Prime Minister
- Testimony on CCP’s Persecution of Falun Gong
- Islamist Groups Targeting Christians in Nigeria
- China Blocks U.S. Performing Arts Show in S. Korea
- ‘China Doesn’t Have the Money to Offer’: Thornbrooke on Belt and Road Setbacks