Twitter labels accounts of Chinese diplomats, state-backed media organizations and its editors as 'government accounts' or 'state-affiliated media' even as China calls it a 'political move to satisfy Trump'
Hollywood producers and screenwriters cite the financial and professional risks associated with any criticism of China's growing influence
Jingoistic, scandalous anti-India reporting has backfired badly for China. The totalitarian regime is desperately trying to change its stance but a huge damage has already been done
President to temporarily block travel to the US by foreign nationals who are deemed "detrimental to the interest" of the country
Activists welcome Donald Trump's move to sanction Chinese government entity and officials for their involvement in human rights violations against the Uyghur people in East Turkistan
Our data aren’t the only thing at stake here — so are our health, our livelihoods, and our security, says Christopher Wray, head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, while accusing China of engaging in a highly sophisticated malign foreign influence campaign using bribery, blackmail, and covert deals
The CCP government and quasi-government mouthpieces are featuring numerous articles comparing the economic and military strengths of India and China and warning the Indian side of ‘consequences'
First Covid-19 pandemic and now Hong Kong national security law, China's image continues to take a massive beating
Chinese diplomats and media, suffering from a chronic delusional disorder, blame India for Galwan Valley clash
Without firing a shot, CCP thugs have managed to badly damage the strongest economies of the world and undermine the core values of democracies, turning them into authoritarian replicas of China. Our only hope lies in conserving our various freedoms, civil liberties, and democratic rights