Chinese Minister says Conflict Becoming Unavoidable

U.S. claims interactions are “strategic competition.” The new foreign minister of China, Qin Gang—previously China’s ambassador to the U.S.—issued a warning to the United States. His comments came…

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Ambassador Burns Calls for More COVID-19 Honesty from China

Conclusions regarding the origin of the coronavirus continue to negate China’s narrative. U.S. Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns commented on the Department of Energy’s reported conclusion that the…

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Bipartisan Congressional Delegation Visits Taiwan 

A large focus is on Taiwan’s semiconductor industry.  U.S. Representatives Ro Khanna of California, Tony Gonzales of Texas, Jake Auchincloss of Massachusetts, and Jonathan Jackson of Illinois arrived…

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White House Opposed to Ending Foreign Traveler Vaccinations

The House of Representatives passed the legislation this week. President Biden’s administration released a statement this week expressing opposition to legislation that would end the COVID-19 vaccine requirement…

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House Resolution Unanimously Condemns China 

Surveillance balloon over the U.S. was a “brazen violation” of U.S. sovereignty.  The House of Representatives unanimously approved a resolution on Thursday that condemns the Chinese Communist Party’s…

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President Calls for Bipartisanship in SOTU 

He addressed the priorities his administration has in the coming two years. President Biden acknowledged the politically divided Congress in his second State of the Union address.  “I…

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Secretary Yellen Meets with Zambian President Hichilema

Together, they discuss the war in Ukraine and global debt management. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen traveled to Zambia early in the week, where she met with…

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Secretary Austin Praises Results of Eighth Ukraine Defense Contact Group Meeting

50 countries met together at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. The Ukraine Defense Contact Group wrapped up their eighth meeting at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany last…

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Three Senators Met with Zelensky in Kyiv

Bipartisan senators visit Ukraine to assess how the United States aid is being used. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, and Senator Sheldon…

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State Department Issues LGBTQI+ Grant Funding Notice

Up to $1.5 million in funding is being made available to profit and nonprofit organizations. The U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor issued a…

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