When asked by a reporter why he used the term, Randall Schriver said that it was justified 'given what we understand to be the magnitude of the detention, at least a million but likely closer to 3 million citizens'
Russian spending recorded its first annual decline in nearly two decades in 2017
Many of the missiles in Beijing's arsenal now rival or outperform those of the United States, puncturing the protective umbrella that for decades America has afforded its regional allies South Korea, Japan and Taiwan
'The U.S. could lose,' said Gary Roughead, co-chair of a bipartisan review of the Trump administration's defense strategy published in November. 'We really are at a significant inflection point in history'
Chinese Institutes at Universities Are Under Fire, but Israeli Scholars Insist There's No Undue Influence
Are these Beijing-funded entities disseminating China’s contentious policies to the West under the guise of language courses, cultural events and research programs?
Plan to use a network operated by Chinese telecom giant Huawei defies repeated American warnings that Beijing may be trying to spy on the West
Washington is anxious about the security risks in China’s growing presence in Israeli infrastructure and high tech
The U.S. and Israel should share information and jointly monitor the expansion of Chinese investments and other economic activity, both in Israel and the wider Middle East, the RAND Corporation says
China is now Israel's second largest export market for goods as Beijing-Washington business ties continue to deteriorate
Beijing has faced international criticism for setting up facilities that UN experts describe as detention centers for more than one million Muslims
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A diplomacy student who is helping build cooperation between Israeli and Chinese women, and a couple of tour guides who are brought closer together by traveling apart
The U.S. has been pressing Israel to vet Chinese investments and Netanyahu is likely to comply before his D.C. visit
WATCH Trump Lacks Basic Economic Understanding Says Yellen, Days After Chinese Trade Envoy Laughs in His Face
'I doubt that he would even be able to say that the Fed’s goals are maximum employment and price stability,' former FED chief Janet Yellen said in an interview with radio program 'Marketplace'
Mohammed bin Salman got a sycophantic welcome in Islamabad this week, as Saudi Arabia threw Pakistan an economic lifeline. But that aid came at a steep price: Pakistan has now formally joined the Sunni Muslim axis against Iran
Beijing blocks international efforts to sanction Pakistan's Islamist terrorists, who foment insurgencies on India's borders and export their violent, deeply anti-Semitic jihad to the West. This is why
With the documentary “Free China: The Courage to Believe,” Zeng, the principal subject of the film, came to Israel to talk about the persecution of those who practice Falun Gong
Even though Sotheby’s Israel doesn’t function any longer as a sales branch, its new gallery opened in Tel Aviv, with art which is not for sale.
Turkish foreign minister calls incarceration of more than one million ethnic Uighur people in 'forced indoctrination' camps a 'great shame for humanity'
Israeli hotels add rice porridge to their breakfast buffets and diamond merchants applaud the boom in Chinese tourism to Israel
Some worry the trend could distort regional economies and increase their dependency on Chinese money
Huawei denies allegations, says it sought to discuss matter with U.S., but was rejected out of hand ■ Charges come days before Washington commences trade talks with Beijing
Evidence has appeared showing the kingdom might be manufacturing the type of weapons program it has long criticized its rival Iran for possessing
U.S. no longer wants to be the world’s policeman, but it still wants to be the world’s regulator and Israel is feeling the effect
Canada's ambassador to China says the case is "a result of ongoing tensions between China and the United States", argues Huawei executive could appeal on the grounds that her extradition request is political
Investigators in the southern province of Guangdong determined Dr. He Jiankui organized and handled funding for the experiment without outside assistance in violation of national guidelines
'If they want to gather intelligence, they can simply rent an apartment in Haifa instead of investing in ownership of a port'
U.S. Official Warns Israel Over Chinese Investments, Citing Cyber Security and Intelligence Concerns
Secretary of Energy Dan Brouilette says during Israel visit that investments could lead to allies hesitating to share intel amid concerns that firms are conducting espionage
Poland arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei and a former Polish security official on spying allegations, a move that could fuel Western security concerns about the telecoms equipment maker
'China has an enormous arena for classical music, which is growing quickly and many in Israel don’t know about it,' says Prof. Arie Vardi, who will sit on the panel of jurists alongside Julliard professor Yoheved Kaplinsky
Trump’s national security adviser discussed the issue with the Israeli premier. U.S. official: We are concerned about the use by China for intelligence-gathering purposes'