29/01/2021Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Robert Delaney
The US Defence Department under the Biden administration ‘sees no reason why tensions over Taiwan need to lead to anything like confrontation’, spokesman says. Comment is a response to China’s defence ministry saying that ‘Taiwan independence means war’
27/01/2021Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Robert Delaney
‘I intend to use all those tools to the fullest extent possible,’ Gina Raimondo, the governor of Rhode Island, says at confirmation hearing She holds off committing to maintaining current sanctions against Huawei Technologies
09/09/2020Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Robert Delaney
14:07 - Acting DHS head Chad Wolf says move is intended, in part, to prevent the theft of sensitive research. Comments about restrictions on ‘slave labour’ goods come amid expectations of such a move because of Uygur suppression in Xinjiang.
27/07/2020Política South China Morning Post - China Política Económica Robert Delaney
As EU-China investment treaty talks reach a crucial point, analysts say Trump White House will be watching for any concessions made. United States and European Union share same objectives on China, experts say, but doubtful whether coordinated approach is imminent.
26/11/2019Política South China Morning Post - China Política Internacional Robert Delaney
US ambassador Terry Branstad expressed ‘grave concerns’ about Hong Kong after Chinese protest over human rights act
Foreign ministry summoned envoy to lodge protest about American ‘meddling’ in China’s internal affairs
18/07/2019Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Robert Delaney
Trade war is harming American economy more than China’s, claims official sent to US to defend Beijing’s position
US tariffs not the main cause of China’s slowing growth, Bi Jiyao, vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research, says. US President Donald Trump wrong to think China’s weakening economy will force Beijing to make concessions, he says