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Canada, China and US were all doomed to lose in Meng Wanzhou’s case

Analysis: After the Huawei chief’s detention, the saga rapidly turned from a narrow legal dispute into an escalating battle

Huawei Executive Gets Hero's Welcome In China, Hails "Strong Motherland"

Meng Wanzhou was released from legal detention in Canada after striking a deal with the US prosecutors over a bank fraud case

All Nuclear Powers Will Have to Join Arms Control Talks One Day, UN Disarmament Chief Says

All nuclear powers will at some point have to sit at the negotiating table for arms control talks, UN Under-Secretary-General of Disarmament Affairs Izumi Nakamitsu told Sputnik on Saturday.

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam praises Beijing-issued list of US ‘violations’

Lam says the catalogue of alleged interference in Hong Kong affairs will help residents understand Washington’s ‘hegemonic acts … and resent them’.

Beijing blasts US ‘interference’ in Hong Kong with long list of ‘crimes’

If face-to-face meeting between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden takes place, foreign ministry statement signals Hong Kong off-limits, source says.

Arizona Election Audit Confirms Biden’s Win In Maricopa County, But Also Casts Doubts

The hand recount for Biden exceeded the county’s tally by 99 votes, while Trump received 261 fewer votes than the official results.

Former US Vice President Pence Praises Hungary Govt's Vision on Family Policy

Former US Vice President Mike Pence, in his address to the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest on Thursday, commended Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s vision of family policy.

Window Open For Iran Nuclear Talks, But Won't Be Forever, Says US

An US official declined to set a deadline, saying this depended on technical progress in Iran's nuclear program and a wider judgment by US and its partners on whether Iran was willing to revive the deal.

UBS Warns Investors Against Hopes of ‘Reset’ in US-China Relations Under Biden

US-China relations soured under the administration of president Donald Trump, marred by escalating trade tensions and tit-for-tat sanctions. Since the present president, Joe Biden, was sworn in, political and business stakeholders have speculated on the possibility for change in Washington’s policy towards Beijing.

EU considers postponing major cooperation summit with US

The European Union is contemplating the postponement of a major cooperation summit with the US on trade and technology due to be held in Pittsburgh next month.

Is China stepping up its ambition to supplant US as top superpower?

Analysis: Joe Biden has cleared the decks to focus on China. But how imminent is the danger?

Boris Johnson says dealing with Joe Biden is ‘a breath of fresh air’

British prime minister Boris Johnson says working with President Joe Biden has been "a breath of fresh air," particularly on the issue of climate change.

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden meet at White House

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden are holding face-to-face talks in the White House.

In Landmark Climate Pledge, China Promises To End Coal Funding Overseas

Xi Jinping made his announcement at the UN General Assembly where US President Joe Biden promised to double Washington's contribution to countries hardest hit by climate change.

Pence Heads to Hungary for Pro-Family Summit Aimed at Combatting Population Decline

Former Vice President Mike Pence is traveling to Hungary this week to speak at a biannual demographic conference in Budapest focused on boosting birthrates amid worldwide declines in population growth.

At UN, Joe Biden Promises 'Relentless Diplomacy,' Defence Of Democracy

Joe Biden came to the United Nations facing criticism at home and abroad for a chaotic U.S withdrawal from Afghanistan.

'Peril' Details Dark Final Year Of Trump In Power

Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, co-authors of the new book “Peril,” join Lawrence to discuss the final, chaotic year of Donald Trump’s presidency, including why there was “zero evidence” General Milley committed treason and the January 6th phone call between Trump & Kevin McCarthy.

14 prominent Democrats stand accused of hypocrisy for ignoring COVID-19 restrictions they're urging their constituents to obey

San Francisco London Breed defended herself for taking photos maskless in a nightclub without a mask despite the city's indoor mask mandate.

Johnson hails lifting of US travel ban but says trade deal progress unlikely

PM plays down prospects for a breakthrough as he prepares to head to the White House

Mitch McConnell says the GOP will vote for the US to default on its debt

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer announced they would attach a debt-ceiling suspension to a government-funding bill, daring the GOP. McConnell answered.

Boris Johnson to address Amazon’s tax record with Jeff Bezos on US visit

PM is making three-day trip during which he will give speech to UN general assembly and hold talks with Joe Biden at White House

French, UK Defence Ministers' Meeting Off Amid Submarine Row: Report

The move comes after the United States, Australia and the UK sparked a full-blown diplomatic crisis with France by announcing a strategic partnership under which US nuclear submarines will be supplied to Australia

Benjamin Netanyahu Suggests Biden Fell Asleep Meeting New Israeli PM

Netanyahu, 71, and head of the right-wing Likud party, was largely in lockstep with the Middle East policies of Democrat Biden's Republican predecessor, Donald Trump.

Sparse Attendance At Rally In Support Of US Capitol Rioters

Police who were caught on the back foot by the deadly riot on Capitol Hill took no chances this time: they used a security fence around the Capitol complex.