Why Biden wants to meet Ukrainian president

resident Joe Biden has invited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for a White House visit this summer. National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Biden extended the invitation during a phone call on Monday with Zelenskyy, who has publicly raised concerns about the U.S. president’s plan to meet with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and about a nearly … Continue reading Why Biden wants to meet Ukrainian president

Chinese telecom giant Huawei facing legal action for espionage in Poland

Even as European nations ponder shutting Huawei out of 5G network rollouts over concerns about data security, the trial of an ex-Huawei employee and a former Polish secret services agent accused of spying for China has opened in Warsaw. Huawei According to Polish prosecutors, former Huawei executive Wang Weijing, 39, spent over seven years spying … Continue reading Chinese telecom giant Huawei facing legal action for espionage in Poland

Hong Kong ‘declares war’ against Taiwan

Hong Kong says it has closed its representative office in Taiwan. Further, officials said the closing of the Hong Kong Economic, Trade, and Cultural Office was caused by Taiwan's "gross" interference in Hong Kong's internal affairs, claiming it sought to assist "violent" protesters. Tension have increased between Hong Kong's Beijing-backed government and democratically-ruled Taiwan since … Continue reading Hong Kong ‘declares war’ against Taiwan

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Trump’s leadership failed South Koreans – President Moon Jae-in

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said former President Donald Trump "failed" in his dealings with North Korea because he "beat around the bush" during negotiations, a stunningly undiplomatic public assessment of a fellow world leader delivered during a New York Times interview published Wednesday. Moon said the denuclearization of North Korea is a "matter of survival" for South Korea, and stressed that … Continue reading Trump’s leadership failed South Koreans – President Moon Jae-in

Latest updates on Biden Scandal

Key figure in Donald Trump's impeachment saga was aware aware of Burisma corruption. Findings have confirmed that the Democrats’ star witnesses in their sham impeachment of President Trump – former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie “Masha” Yovanovitch – seemed to have been shading the truth. Are you at all surprised? We just received 210 pages of records … Continue reading Latest updates on Biden Scandal

China at war with the US for supporting Hong Kong protesters

China has banned U.S. warships and military aircraft from making stops in Hong Kong after Washington passed legislation supporting the territory's pro-democracy protesters. "In response to the unreasonable behaviors of the U.S. side, the Chinese government decides to suspend the review of requests by U.S. military ships and aircraft to visit Hong Kong as of … Continue reading China at war with the US for supporting Hong Kong protesters