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4th May 2024 Saturday Headlines about China’s Bullying Aggression Imprisonments and more!

These are the most interesting headlines of today and yesterday!

Countering China’s Red Dragon over the South China Sea

Thelmar Rosarda and Nathaniel Schochet of CNAS argue in this op-ed that the US should strengthen its partnerships with countries to combat China’s…

Philippine Coastguard hits out at China’s ‘brute force’ after water cannon attack

The comments made by the spokesman of the Philippine Coastguard follow this week’s confrontation in the South China Sea.

Damage, injury to Philippines in South China Sea is ‘irresponsible behaviour’, says US Defense Secretary

Damage to Philippine vessels and injuries to their crew in the South China Sea is “irresponsible behaviour” in disregard of international law, U.S. Defense…

Beijing could turn the South China Sea into a ‘Chinese lake’ by 2030

By 2030, China will be such an unquestioned superpower that the South China Sea will be nothing…

U.S. defense chief slams China for aggression in South China Sea

Damage to Philippine vessels and injuries to their crew in the South China Sea is “irresponsible behavior” in disregard of international law, U.S. Defense…

Japan, 3 nations concerned with China’s ‘dangerous’ actions at sea – The Mainichi

HONOLULU (Kyodo) — The defense ministers of Japan, the United States, Australia and the Philippines on Thursday expressed their.

Xi Jinping in Paris: ‘It’s a slap from Macron,’ say France’s Uyghurs

Uyghurs in France on Friday, May 3, said President Emmanuel Macron welcoming his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping next week was tantamount to “slapping” them.

Biden administration sanctions Chinese officials for ‘genocide’ against Uyghurs days after diplomatic spat in Alaska

Human-rights groups say China has forced over a million Uyghur Muslims and other minorities into detention camps in the Xinjiang region.

UN calls for release of detained Uyghur refugees in Thailand

UN experts said that the detention conditions of the 43 Uyghur migrants may amount to cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or even torture.

US Ally’s Aircraft Shoots Down Suspected Chinese Balloon

South Korea’s air force shot down an unidentified balloon in late March after the object—thought to have originated in China—crossed the country’s de facto…

China Threat Is Driving Businesses to Invest in US, Youngkin Says

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin, a Republican, says the “threat of China around the world” is driving European businesses to invest in the US.


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