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China trade war and spies: how Mike Pence talked tough but left door open for reconciliation

US Vice-President Mike Pence last week delivered a candid, detailed account of the American anger towards the People’s Republic of China on all fronts (“Pence hits out at China, saying it’s trying to ... read more

The Daily 202: How Senate Republicans could win the battle and the war on Kavanaugh

“Another [senator] reported having protesters physically block his car door ... China of interfering in the coming midterm elections in an effort to derail the administration’s tough trade policies an... read more

U.S. Misses Opportunity for Korean Peace at Olympics

Politico described it as a close call for Pence: “Vice President Mike ... Korean War in 1953. Who knows what kind of conversation could have occurred that might have furthered the prospects for peace, ... read more

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