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Updated 4:59 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 11, 2019

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China Cyber Attacks U.S., John P. Carlin,

U.S. Threatens Criminal Charges Against Chinese Hackers, Sanctions if Economic Espionage Persists

U.S. Assistant Attorney General for National Security John P. Carlin has warned that the American government is ready to level criminal charges against Chinese hackers and impose sanctions on the country if the cyber deal reached during President Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S. in September is violated.

China Steel Imports,European Steel Industry Crisis

Stop Chinese Imports! European Steelmakers Call for Action as Industry Suffers

Steelmakers across Europe are demanding that European Union (EU) officials do something to stem the tide of cheap steel imports from China that is flooding the market. On Monday, while EU ministers convened at an impromptu summit in Brussels to discuss the issue, steel workers protested in the city.

Australia New Submarine Fleet, Chinese, Russian Hackers

Chinese, Russian Hackers Attempt to Steal Plans for Australia's Hi-Tech Submarine Fleet: Report

Three companies invited to bid for a contract to build Australia's next-generation submarine fleet claim that they have had to fend off cyber-attacks from Chinese and Russian hackers.

South China Sea,China,Xi Jinping,Ashton Carter,

U.S. Defense Chief Warns of Militarization, Conflict Among Claimant Nations in South China Sea

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Saturday expressed concerns about the "pace and scope" of China's land reclamation in the South China Sea. Speaking at an annual defense forum at the Ronald Reagan Library in California, Carter warned that China's activities could lead to the militarization of the disputed maritime territory and raise the tendency for miscalculation and conflict among claimant countries.

Nancy Pelosi, China,

Nancy Pelosi Leads Delegation of U.S. Lawmakers to China as Tension Continues to Rise Over South China Sea

The minority leader in the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi on Thursday set out on a week-long visit to China along with seven Democrat lawmakers. The trip, which is aimed at expanding collaboration between the U.S. and China in key areas, comes at a time that both nations are embroiled in a heated dispute over the South China Sea.

Chicago Bulls, Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose Powers Chicago Bulls to Victory Over Oklahoma City Thunder

Derrick Rose led the charge as Chicago Bulls bounced back from their loss to Charlotte Hornets earlier this week with a victory over Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night. Many agree that this has been one of the best performances of the Bulls' point guard, who has suffered a series of injuries over the past few years.

Republican Presidential Candidate, Democrat Senator Argue in U.S. Congress Over Tact to Address Human Rights Concerns in China

Republican Presidential Candidate, Democrat Senator Argue in U.S. Congress Over Tact to Address Human Rights Concerns in China

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz and long-serving Democrat senator Diane Feinstein got into a verbal salvo in Congress on Wednesday over a proposal to protest against alleged human rights abuses in China by naming a street in Washington after a Chinese dissident.

ASEAN Defense Ministers Fail to Release Statement

Row Over South China Sea Forces ASEAN Defense Ministers to Scrap Joint Statement, China Blames 'Countries Outside the Region'

A disagreement over mentioning the South China Sea dispute forced ASEAN defense ministers to completely abandon their plan to issue a joint declaration at the end of a regional security meeting in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, where U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter was in attendance. A statement from China's Ministry of Defense said 'individual countries outside the region' were to blame for the impasse.

40% of All Chinese Goods Sold Online in 2014 was Fake: Report

40% of All Goods Sold Online in China in 2014 Were Fake: Report

China's online market has been rigged with counterfeit and tawdry goods. According to a new report, only 58.7 percent of all items sold via e-commerce in the country last year was genuine - the other 40 percent were fake.

Henry Kissenger, China

President Xi Meets Henry Kissenger as U.S., Chinese Officials Dispute Over South China Sea

China's President Xi Jinping on Monday met with a number of veteran U.S. diplomats including former American Secretary of State Henry Kissenger at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing to assess China-U.S. ties. The meeting between the Chinese leader and the U.S. statesmen comes amid a wrangling dispute between both countries after a U.S. warship sailed within 12 nautical miles of China's island on the Subi Reef about a week ago.

French President Francois Hollande in China

French President Hollande Visits China, Highlights Beijing's Vital Role in Paris Climate Change Summit

President Francois Hollande of France landed in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing on Monday to commence a two-day state visit aimed at strengthening business ties and cementing a joint commitment with Chinese leaders to combat climate change ahead of the Paris Climate Summit later this month.

China-Vietnam

President Xi Set to Visit Vietnam as Tension Heightens Over South China Sea

China's President Xi Jinping is scheduled to depart for a state visit to Vietnam from Nov. 5 to 6. Vietnam is one of the claimant countries in the South China Sea and officials in Hanoi have been critical of China's activities in the disputed maritime territory in the past. President Xi's visit will take place less than a week after an American warship sailed within 12 nautical miles of China's settlement on the Subi Reef.

China-Japan-South Korea Trilateral Summit

China-Japan-South Korea to Hold Trilateral Summit in Tokyo on Sunday After 3-Year Break Over Dispute

Premier Li Keqiang will meet with South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Japan's Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Sunday for the sixth China-Japan-South Korea trilateral summit. The meeting, which will be held at the Yeongbingwan guest house in the South Korean president's office and resident known as the Blue House, is the first such gathering between representatives of the three nations since a dispute erupted between them in 2012.

China-Germany

Sino-German Cooperation Receives Boost as Chancellor Merkel Visits China

A red-carpet ceremony was held in Beijing to welcome German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday as she made her eight state visit to China since she her election into office in 2005.

China 13th 5-Year Development Plan

China Releases Colorful Animated English Propaganda Video to Promote New Five-Year Plan [VIDEO]

The Chinese government released a three-minute propaganda music video in English on Tuesday to explain the Communist Party's new economic plan.

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