China threatens US retaliation for supporting Hong Kong protests
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday summoned a senior US diplomat and threatened retaliatory measures against Washington after the US Senate adopted a law supporting demonstrators in Hong Kong, which has been under protests since June.
Beijing's weapons in battle and Why America waged a trade war on China
In the aftermath of the Cold War, the United States changed its policy and priorities and viewed China’s economic emergence as a major threat to its interests in the decades to come.
US "House of Representatives" resumes investigation to hold Trump accountable
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US House of Representatives will resume its inquiry into President Donald Trump’s accountability by hearing the testimony of a senior State Department official, a day after a US judge rejected a Republican objection to the Democratic-controlled House probe.
Trump trial: Democrats take new measures, half Americans support president impeachment
Ten Democrats, led by Foreign Relations Committee member Bob Menendez, have called on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to explain the reasons and motives behind the dismissal of former US ambassador to Ukraine Mary Jovanovich on the backdrop of pressures exerted by both Trump’s lawyers and his son to dismiss her because of her consistent position Detective later.