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    What Happens to Hong Kong Now?

    What could China’s move to strengthen control over Hong Kong with new security laws yield? And...

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    Global Backlash Builds Against China Over Coronavirus

    As calls for inquiries and reparations spread, Beijing has responded aggressively, mixing threats with aid and...

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    C.I.A. Hunts for Authentic Virus Totals in China, Dismissing Government Tallies

    Intelligence officials have told the White House for weeks that China has vastly understated the spread...

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    China Hits a Coronavirus Milestone: No New Local Infections

    All of the new cases reported on Thursday involved people who had come to China from...

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    Chinese Tycoon Who Criticized Xi’s Response to Coronavirus Has Vanished

    Ren Zhiqiang appears to be the latest government critic silenced by the Communist Party as it...

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    Coronavirus Live Updates: Wuhan Rounds Up the Infected as the Death Toll Climbs Again

    The mass quarantine was ordered in the city at the center of the outbreak, but it’s...

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    China Sentences Wang Yi, Christian Pastor, to 9 Years in Prison

    The founder of one of China’s largest unregistered churches was given a lengthy sentence for what...

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    China’s Leader Warns Against ‘External Forces’ in Macau and Hong Kong

    Xi Jinping celebrated the 20th anniversary of the return of Macau to Chinese rule and said...

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    Chinese Students Denounce Limits on Free Speech, in a Rare Protest

    The backlash came after several universities adopted vows of loyalty to the Communist Party, raising concerns...

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    In Macau, China Sees a Model for a Rebellious Hong Kong

    The former Portuguese colony, now a global gambling hub, has been more willing than its neighbor...

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    China Commissions 2nd Aircraft Carrier, Challenging U.S. Dominance

    A significant milestone in Xi Jinping’s ambitious drive to turn China into a naval power able...

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    Beijing Backs Hong Kong Leader Despite Election Setback

    China’s premier endorses Hong Kong’s embattled leader, Carrie Lam, despite the rout of her political allies...

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    Trump Signs Hong Kong Democracy Legislation, Angering China

    The measure, which could lead to sanctions on Chinese officials for cracking down on the protesters,...

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    China Cracks Down on Fentanyl. But Is It Enough to End the U.S. Epidemic?

    After years of American pressure, China is taking steps to shut off the illicit supply of...

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    Beijing Was Confident Its Hong Kong Allies Would Win. After the Election, It Went Silent.

    Since the big loss for the pro-Beijing camp, Chinese state media has resorted to a favorite...

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    Pompeo Calls for Restraint in Hong Kong, and McConnell Asks Trump to Speak Up

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the police and protesters should refrain from violence. Senator Mitch...

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    China’s Internment Camps Ruled by Secrecy and Spying, New Leak Shows

    A secret document reflects leaders’ struggle to manage Xinjiang sites swelling with Muslim detainees.

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    90 Minutes a Day, Until 10 p.m.: China Sets Rules for Young Gamers

    Officials say regulations are meant to curb video game addiction, which they blame for a rise...

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    In Warning to Hong Kong’s Courts, China Shows Who Is Boss

    China’s legislative body criticized a court ruling overturning a ban on wearing masks, signaling that it...

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    After Times Report, China Defends Its Crackdown on Muslims

    The Foreign Ministry said an article based on government records had smeared China’s war on terrorism,...

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    5 Takeaways From the Leaked Files on China’s Mass Detention of Muslims

    Hundreds of pages of internal papers offer new insight into how the program began, how it...

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    U.S. and China Agree to Roll Back Some Tariffs if Deal Is Struck

    The development suggests progress toward an interim agreement that would provide relief to businesses and consumers.

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    China’s Xi Praises Free Trade. A U.S. Deal Goes Unmentioned.

    The country’s top leader compares globalization to an unstoppable river, as the two countries try to...

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    China’s Xi Endorses Hong Kong’s Embattled Chief Executive

    The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, gave strong backing to Chief Executive Carrie Lam, whose resignation has...

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    Professors, Beware. A ‘Student Information Officer’ Might Be Watching.

    In a throwback to the Mao era, China is deploying students as watchdogs against teachers. It’s...

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    China Says It Will Roll Out ‘National Security’ Steps for Hong Kong

    Communist Party leaders announced the move after months of protests in the city, but gave no...

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    As China’s Troubles Simmer, Xi Reinforces His Political Firewall

    With China mired in a trade war, economic slowdown and Hong Kong unrest, Xi Jinping will...

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    China Holds #MeToo Activist Who Wrote About Hong Kong Protests

    She spoke critically of China’s restrictions on free speech. Now the authorities are accusing her of...

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    At Hong Kong Protests, Art That Imitates Life

    Instagram-ready works of art and graphic design — sometimes whimsical, mostly anonymous — are defining features...

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    Ousted in Tiananmen Protests, a Late Chinese Leader Is Finally Given a Grave

    The ashes of Zhao Ziyang, the liberal leader ousted after seeking compromise with the protesters, were...