Pompeo says European leaders “haven’t lifted a finger” to halt arms sales to Iran after they rejected the unilateral US declaration.
US alleged UDG conducted “serious human rights abuse and corruption” activities.
The United States unilaterally proclaimed on Saturday that UN sanctions against Iran were back in force and promised to punish those who violate them, in a move that risks increasing Washington’s isolation but also international tensions.
US politicians claimed dams built by China affected people’s lives along Mekong River.
It is an issue between US and China, and US is trying to drag other countries into it.
The US Dep of Treasury declares sanction on the Union Development Group of China.
A massive motorcycle rally held in the US state of South Dakota last month may have been responsible for 260,000 new coronavirus cases, according to an analysis published Tuesday.
Sino-US relations have undergone drastic changes since the US administration launched a tariff war against China at the beginning of 2018.
The popular Hong Kong brand falls victim to spiralling diplomatic tensions.
The victory against fascist aggression and the building of the international order based on multilateralism was a watershed moment in the contemporary era.
The US economy added 1.4 million jobs in August and the unemployment rate fell to 8.4 percent.
The US has urged states to get ready for a potential COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday hailed the show of unity by parties to a 2015 nuclear deal, after they defeated US efforts to restore international sanctions.
Police shot dead an African-American man in the US capital Washington Wednesday, the force said, in the latest of a slew of police killings of black men and women that has sparked nationwide uproar.
Although Cambodia closely aligns with China, it does not distance itself from others.
The Fed has lost its credibility as a central bank in the traditional sense. Since 2008, it has repeatedly ignored reality.
Over the past two months, Pompeo and Robert O’Brien tried to spread an “American virus” with a public relations smear campaign to damage China-Europe relations.
A man was shot dead in the US city of Portland, police said Sunday, the latest violence to upend anti-racism protests.
The National Police have said that the US assessment of Cambodia, which placed it on the Tier 2 Watch List of the Trafficking in Persons report for the second consecutive year, lacks transparency.
You really have to worry about this country in the light of these party conventions and the reactions to them.
The Milwaukee Bucks led a historic sporting boycott Wednesday over the US police shooting of a black man, forcing the NBA to halt its playoff schedule and prompting a wave of walkouts across multiple sports.
The mother of a black man shot repeatedly in the back calls for calm.
The US-China rivalry has escalated on several fronts – economy, military, technology, espionage, the COVID-19 blame game and democracy.
US home construction started in July surged 22.6 percent compared to June, according to the Commerce Department, as the sector continued to expand at a frenzied pace despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevertheless, it’s still not clear how Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, plan to convince young, progressive voters in their own party to turn out and vote for them.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Sunday he blames Donald Trump for “walking away” as COVID-19 ravaged the country, in a televised interview alongside running mate Kamala Harris on the eve of the Republican convention.
The US administration had utilised a contractor to embed spyware in more than 500 apps giving them the capability to track hundreds of millions of people worldwide, a US media outlet has reported.
“Last month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo launched yet another evangelical crusade, this time against China,” writes liberal economist Jeffrey Sachs.
China and Russia tend to agree on most international issues these days. For India, the stakes in the US relationship have dramatically risen amid the huge downturn in its ties with China.
Does Washington believe China is a more pressing challenge than the virus? Perhaps it does believe China is the US’ Number 1 challenge, but China is far from a “pressing” one