US Ends Defence Exports To Hong Kong

US Ends Defence Exports To Hong Kong

  • World

    Mike Pompeo And Boris Johnson Meet In London; Hong Kong, Xinjiang Issues Dominate Talks

    In a recent discussion held between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the two leaders took note of China's troubling actions in Hong Kong and its alleged human rights violation in Xinjiang. According to international reports, Pompeo and Johnson also discussed shared global security concerns and foreign policy...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Mike Pompeo Offers Unsparing Criticism of Chinese Communist Party Over Covid-19 and Hong Kong

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo offered unsparing criticism of the Chinese Communist Party while visiting London on Tuesday, describing the leadership's behaviour in regard to the pandemic as unforgivable and slamming "the crushing of freedoms" in Hong Kong. Pompeo said he held "candid" discussions with British Prime Minister...

    • 3 weeks ago
  • International

    US strengthening Indo-Pacific policies against Chinese threats: Mike Pompeo

    NEW YORK: Accusing China of posing an "unprecedented threat" to the Indo-Pacific region, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has declared that the US was strengthening its policies there and dismissed Beijing's maritime claims against its neighbours. He said on Monday, "The United States champions a free and open Indo-Pacific. Today we are strengthening US...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    US Not to Stand Idle While China 'Swallows' Hong Kong into its 'Authoritarian Maw': Mike Pompeo

    The US has warned China that it will not stand idle while it "swallows" Hong Kong into its "authoritarian maw," a day after Beijing imposed a "draconian" national security law in the former British territory. In a strongly-worded statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was a "sad day" for the people...

    • a month ago
  • World

    US not to stand idle while China 'swallows' Hong Kong: Pompeo

    Washington | The US has warned China that it will not stand idle while it "swallows" Hong Kong into its "authoritarian maw," a day after Beijing imposed a "draconian" national security law in the former British territory. In a strongly-worded statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was a "sad day" for the people in Hong Kong and warned...

    • a month ago
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    US not to stand idle while China 'swallows' Hong Kong: Mike Pompeo

    Washington, July 01: The US has warned China that it will not stand idle while it "swallows" Hong Kong into its "authoritarian maw," a day after Beijing imposed a "draconian" national security law in the former British territory. In a strongly-worded statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was a "sad day" for the people in Hong...

    • a month ago
  • Human Interest

    Hong Kong draconian law: Mike Pompeo says US won't stand idly, warns China of quashing territory's special status

    The US-China relations witnessed another low moment as Washington threatened Beijing with new countermeasures after the latter imposed draconian national security laws on Hong Kong. The US came up with a strong reaction after China on Tuesday, June 30, unveiled its stringent national security law being imposed on Hong Kong whereby...

    • a month ago
  • World News

    'It's a sad day': US slams China over new Hong Kong security law, Mike Pompeo warns Beijing of new countermeasures

    Washington: The United States has slammed China for its move to impose a controversial national security law in Hong Kong, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying it's a "sad day" for the people of the territory and warning Beijing of new countermeasures.Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday signed a controversial...

    • a month ago
  • Home

    US slams China over new Hong Kong security law; Pompeo says it's a sad day

    The United States has slammed China for its move to impose a controversial national security law in Hong Kong, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying it's a "sad day" for the people of the territory and warning Beijing of new countermeasures.Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday signed a controversial security law that gave Beijing new powers over Hong...

    • a month ago
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    After China passes national security bill, Hong Kong Police bans annual July 1 pro-democracy protests

    After China passes national security bill, Hong Kong Police bans annual July 1 pro-democracy protests Hours after China passed the controversial national security law, the Hong Kong government has started attacking the freedom of speech and expression as for the first time the July 1 annual pro-democracy march has been banned. Hong Kong...

    • a month ago

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