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What Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan tells us about US-China relations

Andrew Scobell, Ph.D. This week witnessed the visit of the most senior elected American official to the island of Taiwan in a quarter century — a visit surrounded in controversy and unfolding against the backdrop of an increasingly fraught U.S.-China relationship. The media-driven speculation surrounding the lead

Iran hints it may accept compromise on nuclear deal

Tehran: Iran may accept the final compromise worked out in Vienna to save the 2015 nuclear agreement, its official news agency IRNA said. The deal meant to curb Iran s nuclear programme has been moribund since the withdrawal of the United States under president Donald Trump

FBI removed ‘top secret’ papers from Trump’s home, says Justice...

Washington: Agents who searched former US president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida this week removed 11 sets of classified documents, including some marked as top secret, the Justice Department said while disclosing it has probable cause to believe he violated the Espionage Act. The bombshell

China’s Taiwan military drills offer spying opportunity for US

Hong Kong: While China’s expanded drills surrounding Taiwan have marked an unprecedented military and political warning against outside interference over the island, they opened a window to gather intelligence for the United States and its allies. The four days of intense drills last week - and