The U.S.-China rivalry "will affect most domains, straining and in some cases reshaping existing alliances and international organizations that have underpinned the international order for decades," according to a report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
The U.S. should consider leading a multilateral coalition with South American nations to push back against China's illegal fishing and trade practices, a U.S. intelligence agency has recommended in a document obtained by Axios.Why it matters: China's illegal fishing industry is the largest in the world. Beijing has made distant-water fishing a geopolitical priority, viewing private Chinese fishing fleets as a way to extend state power far beyond its coasts. Stay on top of the latest market...
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The world's foremost economic superpowers are turning their attention to climate change as the next path to commercial supremacy.
Police searching for woman with weapon but no reports of shots fired
AstraZeneca PLC's COVID-19 vaccine, which has been plagued by problems with its rollout, may not even be needed in the U.S., Dr. Anthony Fauci told Reuters.
More than 20 percent of the U.S. population has been vaccinated and deaths are declining steadily even while new cases are on the rise. So far, 561,000 people have died from the coronavirus in the country.
U.S. stocks look likely to kick off the quarter in positive territory after President Joe Biden rolled out his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan.
China's new digital currency looks like its paper money. A mobile phone app developed for the People's Bank of China allows users to spend it like cash. The central bank digital currency (CBDC) could be used for international trade, and likely won't be linked to the global financial system.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday said he would prevent China from passing the United States to become the most powerful country in the world, vowing to invest heavily to ensure America prevails in the race between the world's two largest economies.
In a wide-ranging interview with CNBC, Chuck Robbins said Biden administration will attempt to find solutions to deal with China, including working with allies.