We take a look back on Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s political journey: from advocating for China’s most favored nation status, to defending Beijing over a COVID-19 lawsuit. What defines her Senate legacy? And how did she help shape Washington’s China policy?
Are Chinese authorities complicit in Latin American crime? A report says criminals from the country are backing cartels, drugs, and trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean.
China’s pneumonia cases sees an uptick, as more in the country get reinfected with COVID-19.
China’s National Day met with a global wave of dissent. We take a look at how protesters are rallying around the world for what many call a “day of mourning,” as the communist regime celebrates its founding.
Topics in this episode:
- Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Influence on U.S.-China Ties
- Latin American, Caribbean Crime Tied to Chinese Networks: Report
- China Spending Billions on Disinformation: Expert
- China’s Fight to Dominate Global Data Collection: Report
- China’s National Day Sees Protests Against CCP
- Surge of Repeat COVID-19 Infections Grips China
- Evergrande Chair Probed for Offshore Asset Transfers
- Britain Ups Its Nuclear Deterrent Plans
- NTD Global Beauty Pageant Announces Winner
- Hacking Is a New Landscape for War: Fleming