China in Focus (Sept. 1): US Aims for NATO-Like Alliance to Counter China

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By NTD Newsroom
September 2, 2020China in Focus
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The United States is seeking to form a NATO-like defense alliance in the India-Pacific region with the aim of countering China.

Fifteen Chinese scholars visiting the United States lost their jobs and visas in one day. The hosting university cut ties with the CCP-backed agency that funds them.

Another round of flooding has drenched Southwestern China. At Yangtze River’s Chongqing section, the water level rose an additional 17 feet within 24 hours.

The mayor of a Prague district wrote an angry letter to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, calling him an “unmannered rude clown!” after Wang threatened Czech’s Senate speaker, who is visiting Taiwan right now.

And the United States is launching new economic talks with Taiwan. A state department official said the United States is making significant adjustments to its relations with the island.

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