The world’s economic order historically changes significantly once every century. However, few people in the West understand the implications of this change or how to adapt to the new order.
On Friday, the Justice Department arrested two individuals and unsealed three indictments in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. These charges are related to fentanyl production, distribution, and sales resulting from fentanyl precursor chemicals.
On May 9, authorities arrested Litang Liang, a 63-year-old resident of Brighton, Massachusetts, for allegedly serving as an agent of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
The United States Department of Justice and the Department of Commerce have jointly established the Disruptive Technology Strike Force to combat the illicit acquisition and use of advanced technologies by nation-state adversaries.
Contrary to popular belief, globalization is not ending soon, according to a recent study. The study challenges the notion that the growing tension between the United States and China will only escalate and split the world into two opposing sides.
The Pentagon shot down an object over Alaska last Friday at the request of President Biden. A week before that, they brought down a Chinese spy balloon over the Atlantic.
The US was quick to proclaim the balloon was a Chinese surveillance balloon. China countered saying it was nothing more than a weather balloon. Who was lying and who was telling the truth?
From the FBI Director to FCC Commissioners to cybersecurity experts, everyone has made clear the risk of TikTok being used to spy on Americans. Today U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced bipartisan legislation to ban TikTok from operating in the United States.
Those crazy Mongolian sheep are at it again, like some sort of protestor march, the flock has been marching continuously in a circle for days and days on end. They’ve been on the move since November 4, 2022.
Chinese astronaut Wang Yaping spent six months aboard the nation’s Tianhe space station module. As you can imagine, keeping her hair clean in microgravity was a part of her stay. In the video below, Yaping demonstrates how astronauts wash their hair in space.