Chris Tang has been pivotal in dousing the protests that roiled Hong Kong. Beijing’s imposition of a security law gives him powerful tools to quell all dissent.
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China challenges U.S. to cut nuclear arsenal to matching level
China would "be happy to" participate in trilateral arms control negotiations with the United States and Russia, but only if the United States were willing to reduce its nuclear arsenal to China's level, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Wednesday.
Trump's troubles in Arizona mount with coronavirus surge
Arizona has served as a southwestern bulwark for Republicans for decades, voting for a Democratic presidential candidate only once since 1948.
Backing anti-racism protests, renowned intellectuals lament intolerance 'on all sides'
More than 150 world renowned academics, writers and artists signed a letter published on Tuesday expressing support for global anti-racism protests while lamenting an "intolerant climate that has set in on all sides".
U.S. envoy plays down expectations for North Korea meet, but ready to talk
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun rejected on Wednesday reports that he was seeking to meet North Korean officials during a visit to South Korea this week, but reiterated that the United States was open to resuming talks.
Global shares waver on coronavirus fears
Global stocks faltered on Wednesday as an increase in new coronavirus cases in some parts of the world undermined prospects for a quick economic recovery.
Kanye West breaks ranks with Trump, vows to win presidential race
Rapper Kanye West signaled he no longer supports U.S. President Donald Trump and said he had entered the presidential race to win it, in an interview published on Wednesday.
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