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Mr. Menendez’s decision to quit months before the end of his third term will likely allow Democrats to avoid a potentially ugly intraparty fight at a highly fraught political moment. New Jersey’s Democratic governor, Philip D. Murphy, is expected to appoint a replacement who would serve until January. Mr. Menendez, 70, has insisted that he is innocent and vowed to appeal the guilty verdict. The decision, first reported by The New Jersey Globe, was described by four people familiar with Mr. Menendez’s remarks who were not authorized to discuss them publicly. One of them said Mr. Menendez planned to step down on Aug. 20 and could announce the decision publicly as soon as Tuesday afternoon.
Persons: Robert Menendez, Philip D, Murphy, Mr, Menendez, Menendez’s Organizations: Robert Menendez of New, Democratic, Senate Foreign Relations, The New, The New Jersey Globe Locations: Robert Menendez of, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, Union City, N.J, Washington, The New Jersey
She is scheduled to speak at a convention of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., one of the nation’s oldest Black sororities, and would meet with Mr. Netanyahu this week at the White House, the aide said. Senator Patty Murray, Democrat of Washington and the president pro tempore, who is third in line to the presidency, also was asked to preside in Ms. Harris’s stead but declined. Ms. Murray is not planning to attend the speech at all, a spokesman said. Other Democrats have said they plan to boycott the speech in protest of Mr. Netanyahu’s policies and Israel’s conduct of the war. Mr. Netanyahu was invited to address Congress by leaders from both parties.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Benjamin Netanyahu, Harris, Netanyahu, Benjamin Cardin, Mike Johnson, Cardin, Biden, Patty Murray, Murray, Chuck Schumer, Mr, Johnson, Erica L, Green Organizations: Hamas, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc, Mr, White, Foreign Relations, Congress, Israel, Democrat Locations: Israel, Indianapolis, Benjamin Cardin of Maryland, Congress, Washington, New York, Gaza
CNN —Vice President Kamala Harris declined to preside over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter told CNN. Harris’ aide cited a previously scheduled event as the reason for missing the speech Wednesday. A date for the Netanyahu-Harris meeting has not been announced, but it will be separate from President Joe Biden’s planned meeting with the Israeli prime minister. The closely watched bilateral will mark Harris’ first meeting with a world leader since Biden stepped aside from his reelection campaign and endorsed Harris’ candidacy. Senate President Pro Tempore Patty Murray, a Washington state Democrat, also declined to preside, according to a spokesperson.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Benjamin Netanyahu’s, Biden, Netanyahu, Harris ’, Harris, Joe Biden’s, , , Pro Tempore Patty Murray, Ben Cardin, , Mike Johnson, Hakeem Jeffries, Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell Organizations: CNN, Zeta Phi Beta, Pro Tempore, Foreign, Capitol, Israeli Embassy, Democratic Locations: Gaza, Israel, Indianapolis, Washington, Maryland, DC, Covid
Read previewFor years, Russia's youth has been fed hardline nationalistic ideology as the Kremlin has sought to engineer a new generation of Putin clones. AdvertisementState-run youth groups have also dramatically increased in size since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022. The group's head said it had opened around 40,000 offices across Russia as of December 2023, per Russia's state-run TASS news agency. DMITRY KOSTYUKOV/AFP via Getty ImagesThe various Academics fraternity cells are largely similar in style, though some display more extreme behavior than others. It's all part of "a much bigger campaign to target the next generation of Russian youth."
Persons: , Putin, Sergei Novikov, Vladimir Putin, Ian Garner, Garner, Mikhail Komin, frat, Nikita Izyumov, Konstantin Malofeyev, Izyumov, Komin, DMITRY KOSTYUKOV, David Lewis, Izymov, Lewis, ALEXANDER NEMENOV, Young Organizations: Service, Kremlin, Business, RBC, Russia, European Council, Foreign Relations, Fraternity, West, Academics, Getty, University of Exeter, Ministry of Defence, UK's MoD, Fraternity of Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Russian, Rome, Moscow, Constantinople, AFP, Chelyabinsk
Read previewA draft budget approved by Germany's government shows the country is planning to halve its military aid to Ukraine next year. The draft budget slashes the amount promised to Ukraine to $4.35 billion in 2025, compared to the roughly $8.14 billion it is receiving this year, Reuters reported. There are fears that Trump will scale back or even totally halt US aid to Ukraine. Germany is the second-biggest donor country by volume of military aid to Ukraine and is Europe's biggest economy. As such, the draft budget is a "moral hazard" for the country, Loss said.
Persons: , Christian Lindner, Lindner, Rafael Loss, Donald Trump, Mary, Trump, he's, MAGA, JD Vance, there's, Olaf Scholz, Scholz Organizations: Service, Reuters, German, Business, European Council, Foreign Relations, Ukraine, Politico, Trump Loss, NATO Locations: Ukraine, Germany, Berlin, Europe
AdvertisementA wave of violence against political leadersAround the world, politics has been rocked by a wave of assassinations of political leaders, dissidents, and other high-profile figures. In the UK, political assassinations were once rare, but two members of parliament were assassinated in five years. Political violence is on the riseA 2018 protest in Turkey against the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident. Bruce Hoffman, an expert on terrorism at the Council on Foreign Relations, told Business Insider that rising political violence is the outcome of increasing global instability. - Getty ImagesAnother factor behind the spike in assassinations is the increasing instability of the global political order.
Persons: , Donald Trump, It's, Jo Cox, Sir David Amess, Robert Fico, Alexander Navalny, Vladimir Putin, Shinzo Abe, Fernando Villavicencio, Zoran Djindjic, Jamal Khashoggi, Mohammed bin Salman, Emrah, Bruce Hoffman, Hoffman, Trump, Joe Biden, General Merrick Garland, Christopher Wray, Gretchen Whitmer, Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, who'd, Tommy Mair, John Bolton, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Nicholas Maduro, Abe, Jacob Ware Organizations: Service, CNN, Business, Slovakian, Kremlin, Serbian, CIA, University of Maryland's, Council, Foreign Relations, Trump, New York Times Locations: Pennsylvania, Saudi Arabian, Saudi, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Michigan, Washington , DC, Slovakia, India, Iran
CNN —A prominent North Korea expert and former CIA analyst has been indicted by a New York grand jury on charges of secretly working for the South Korean government in exchange for designer goods, Michelin star meals and $37,000 for a fund that she controlled. The indictment alleges Terry acted as a “valuable source” of information for the South Korean government. She has authored reports for both American and South Korean news outlets. South Korea is a key US ally in the Asia-Pacific, though Terry’s indictment is not the first case of alleged collusion to test the two countries’ friendship. Internal Pentagon documents leaked last year described, in remarkable detail, private conversations between two senior South Korean national security officials, whom the US had allegedly wiretapped.
Persons: Sue Mi Terry, , , Terry, Louis Vuitton, Iva Zorić, ” Zorić, Antony Blinken, Lee Wolosky, ” Wolosky, emptively, George W, Bush, Barack Obama Organizations: CNN, CIA, New, South Korean, Michelin, US National Security Council, ROK, South, Council, Foreign Relations, South Korea’s National Intelligence Service, Foreign, Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, East, FBI, Oceanic, National Security Council, Pentagon Locations: North Korea, New York, Republic of Korea, ROK, Korean, Korea, South Korea, United States, Seoul, Japan, Asia
Chinese Coast Guard ships have sailed near Taiwan’s outer islands. When Lai Ching-te became Taiwan’s president in May, he vowed to stick with the China policies of his predecessor, Tsai Ing-wen. Ms. Tsai sought to avoid confrontation even as she defended Taiwan’s right to self-rule and rejected Beijing’s assertion of sovereignty. Yet Mr. Lai, while keeping Taiwan’s basic policy toward China unchanged, has been blunter in rebuffing its demands. Mr. Lai, who rose as a more plain-spoken politician, sees a need to more sharply lay out Taiwan’s separate status.
Persons: Lai Ching, Tsai Ing, Tsai, Lai, Ms . Tsai, , , David Sacks Organizations: Coast Guard, Council, Foreign Relations Locations: China, Taiwan, Beijing, Taiwan’s, rebuffing, Asia
Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey was convicted on Tuesday of taking part in a complicated bribery scheme in which he traded political favors for cash, gold bars and other gifts. Federal prosecutors said the plot began in February 2018, less than a month after Mr. Menendez, a Democrat, was cleared of charges tied to an unrelated federal corruption case in New Jersey. Here are the central elements of the case against the senator and his two co-defendants, Wael Hana and Fred Daibes, two New Jersey businessmen:Aiding EgyptMr. Menendez was charged with using his influence and power as a senator in ways that benefited both the government of Egypt and Mr. Hana, an American citizen who emigrated from Egypt and was trying to get a halal meat certification company off the ground in New Jersey. Mr. Menendez, a former leader of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was accused of steering weapons and aid to Egypt in exchange for bribes.
Persons: Robert Menendez, Menendez, Wael Hana, Fred Daibes, Egypt Mr, Hana Organizations: Robert Menendez of New, Democrat, Senate Foreign Relations Locations: Robert Menendez of, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, New Jersey, Jersey, Egypt, American
A Manhattan jury returned the verdict after deliberating for about 13 hours over three days in Federal District Court. Mr. Menendez was found guilty on all 16 counts he faced, including bribery, honest services wire fraud, extortion, obstruction of justice, conspiracy and acting as an agent for Egypt. The verdict made Mr. Menendez the first United States senator to be found guilty of acting as an agent of a foreign power and the seventh to be convicted of a federal crime while in office. Mr. Menendez, 70, now faces the possibility of many years in prison when he is sentenced by the judge, Sidney H. Stein. The judge said he would sentence Mr. Menendez on Oct. 29.
Persons: Robert Menendez, Menendez, Sidney H, Stein Organizations: Robert Menendez of New, Senate Foreign Relations, Court, United Locations: Robert Menendez of, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, Manhattan, Egypt, United States
The newly granted permission by the United States and other allies to use Western weapons to strike inside Russia has had a huge impact, Bankir said. While Kyiv hasn’t managed to reclaim large swathes of territory, it has successfully averted what could have been a disaster: The occupation of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second city. “(Russia) knew that Ukraine did not have the capacity to strike these targets on the Russian territory,” Melnyk said. While Ukraine was previously able to strike targets inside Russia using Ukraine-made drones, ATACMS make these strikes far more efficient. However, Ukraine can still use the F-16 to deny Russia control over the skies – and push away Russian aircraft delivering bombs.
Persons: CNN — Bankir, Bankir, , ” Ivan, Kyiv hasn’t, Valentyn Ogirenko, Oleksiy Melnyk, , ” Melnyk, wasn’t, Melnyk, Konrad Muzyka, Rochan, , Muzyka, it’s, ” Muzyka, Ukraine’s, Volodymyr Zelensky, Donald Trump, Maria Kostenko, Daria Tarasova, Markina Organizations: CNN, Ukraine’s Security, Artillery, 148th, Kyiv, 148th Separate Artillery Brigade, Ukrainian Air Assault Forces, United Nations, Human Rights, Razumkov, Rochan Consulting, People, Reuters, US, NATO Locations: United States, Russia, Russian, Kyiv, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Izium, Balakliia, Moscow, Kharkiv –, Ukrainian, , Belgorod, Voronezh, Krasnodar, Bryansk, Crimea, Washington , DC,
Just before the news conference, Biden referred to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, standing nearby, as Russian President Vladimir Putin before quickly correcting himself. Advertisement"Ladies and gentlemen, President Putin," Biden said before quickly realizing his mistake and adding, "He's gonna beat President Putin, President Zelenskyy." "I'm so focused on beating President Putin," he said. Following the press conference, pundits and journalists acknowledged his command of the issues. AdvertisementBiden's press conference was likely never going to assuage Democrats' concerns.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Harris, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Zelenskyy, Biden's, Jen O'Malley Dillon, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Barack Obama, Jim Himes, Brad Schneider Organizations: Service, Ukraine, Business, Trump, White, The Associated Press, Foreign, NATO, House Intelligence Committee, Illinois, CNN Locations: Jim Himes of Connecticut
Experts quoted in official media also discussed health hazards of the alleged practices. “Using chemical tankers for edible oils will inevitably result in residual contamination,” said Liu Shaowei, a food safety expert cited by CCTV. Several executives found to be responsible for the 2008 case were ultimately handed death sentences, and the tragedy drove deep mistrust of domestic products and food safety in China. Another case in 2022, also exposed by state media, showed how “dirty” pickled cabbage was supplied to popular instant noodle brands. Xi has repeatedly stressed the importance of food safety and the security of grain and food staple supplies.
Persons: Xi Jinping, , , Liu Shaowei, Liu, , , Xi, ” Xi, Yanzhong Huang, Huang, Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, Oil Group, Council, CCTV, ” Communist Party, Weibo, Monday, CNN, Food Safety, Foreign Relations Locations: China, Hong Kong, Beijing, Communist, New York
But he urged the jury to refocus of what he called a “clear pattern of corruption.”“The timeline tells you what happened,” he said. Afterward, Mr. Monteleoni said that the businessman, Wael Hana, and another wealthy associate began paying Ms. Menendez a generous salary. Mr. Monteleoni said that was not believable, and he presented text messages and Google search history that he said showed Mr. Menendez knew exactly what his wife was receiving. Mr. Monteleoni was expected to complete his closing argument on Tuesday morning. Mr. Menendez fumed as he left the courthouse on Monday.
Persons: Robert Menendez, ” Prosecutors, Nadine Menendez, Paul Monteleoni, , , Menendez, Nadine, Mr, Monteleoni, Wael Hana, Menendez fumed Organizations: , Robert Menendez of New, Senate Foreign Relations, Department of Agriculture, Senate Foreign Locations: Robert Menendez of, Robert Menendez of New Jersey, Manhattan, New Jersey
Read previewPresident Joe Biden canceled an early evening meeting with the German chancellor Olaf Scholz at the last minute because he had to go to bed, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. According to the report, the chancellor and his aides were surprised by Biden's absence and Blinken's appearance. Related storiesThe Journal report said that the White House has consistently reduced Biden's daily schedule and shielded him from impromptu meetings. AdvertisementBoth CNN and The New York Times have reported that Biden told governors he needed to get more sleep and stop holding events after 8 p.m. The White House has not responded to these claims.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Olaf Scholz, Antony Blinken, Biden, Axios, Donald Trump, ABC's George Stephanopolous, Abigail Disney, Walt Disney's grandniece Organizations: Service, Wall Street, Business, State Department, White, CNN, The New York Times, Democratic, Senate Foreign Relations, Trump, Alliance, Biden Locations: Germany, Ukraine, China, Russia, Washington
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCFR's Richard Haass on French elections: Good news the far right lost, bad news the far left wonRichard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations president emeritus and Centerview Partners senior counselor, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the fallout from the French elections, what to make of the recent elections around the world, and more.
Persons: Richard Haass Organizations: Foreign, Centerview Partners
agents raided the New Jersey home of Senator Robert Menendez and his wife, they found envelope after envelope of cash, a federal prosecutor told a jury on Monday. Cash stuffed in bags, cash stuffed in the pockets of the senator’s jackets, cash stuffed in his boots. “It wasn’t enough for him to be one of the most powerful people in Washington,” Mr. Monteleoni told jurors. “It wasn’t enough for him to be entrusted by the public with the power to approve billions of dollars of U.S. military aid to foreign countries.”“No, Robert Menendez wanted all that power,” he added. “But he also wanted to use it to pile up riches for himself and his wife.”
Persons: F.B.I, Robert Menendez, Cash, Menendez, Paul M, Monteleoni, ” Mr, Organizations: Senate Foreign Relations Locations: New Jersey, Washington
Read previewRussia and North Korea's newfound friendship has left key US ally South Korea in a predicament with few good options. Last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Pyongyang, where he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un further strengthened their partnership. SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: A TV at Yongsan Railway Station shows North Korea's fired Hwasong-18 solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un drive a Russian Aurus limousine during their meeting in Pyongyang, North Korea. With Putin supporting North Korea, tensions are higher between Pyongyang and Seoul, and the two could find themselves on the brink.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong, Korea's, KIM Jae, Sue Mi Terry, Putin, he's, Victor Cha, they've, Cha, Terry, what's, Caesar, LIONEL BONAVENTURE, Kim Organizations: Service, North, Business, SOUTH, Getty, Council, Foreign Relations, South Korean, Ukraine, KCNA, Reuters, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Putin Locations: Russia, North, South Korea, Seoul, Ukraine, North Korea, Russian, Pyongyang, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, Yongsan, Korea, North Korean, Moscow, Asia, Poland, Ukrainian, Tarbes, France, Kyiv, China, United States
Last week, Putin visited North Korea for the first time in 24 years. AdvertisementSouth Korea's 24-hour Yonhapnews TV shows a file image of North Korea's missile launch during a news program on a TV at Yongsan Railroad Station in Seoul. The closeness of Russia and North Korea leaves Chinese leader Xi Jinping in a rather odd spot as well. AdvertisementNow, that's seemingly only going to grow as the US and its allies watch North Korea and Russia more closely. Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un pose for a photo during a signing ceremony of the new partnership in Pyongyang, North Korea.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong, it's, Putin, Kim Jae, Joe Biden isn't, Xi Jinping, Victor Cha, Joe Biden, SAUL LOEB, Kim, Donald Trump, Cha, they'll, Li Jian, Kristina Kormilitsyna, Kurt Campbell, Campbell Organizations: Service, North, Business, Getty, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Getty Images, UN, South, KCNA, REUTERS, Democratic People's, Council, Foreign Relations Locations: Ukraine, China, Korea, North Korea, Pyongyang, Russia, North, Yongsan, Seoul, North Korea's, United States, Asia, Nusa Dua, Bali, Getty Images Beijing, People's Republic of China, Beijing, Korean, South Korea, Japan, DPRK, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Russian, Sputnik, Northeast Asia
Rapid7 Managed Threat Complete is the company's flagship offering, and it includes the Rapid7 Managed Detection and Response program. Activist Commentary: Jana is a very experienced activist investor founded in 2001 by Barry Rosenstein. The firm made its name taking deeply researched activist positions with well-conceived plans for long term value. Rapid7 is a cybersecurity company that expands the expertise of its clients' security operations. In addition, to shift from pure growth to a profitable software company, Rapid7 has focused on meeting targets for $160 million in free cash flow and improved margins.
Persons: Rapid7, Jana, Barry Rosenstein, Rosenstein, Tenable, It's, Corey Thomas, Cannae, Bradstreet, Ken Squire Organizations: VM, National Security Telecommunications Advisory, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Foreign Relations, of Massachusetts, LPL Financial, Vanderbilt University, Francisco Partners, Sumo, Cannae Holdings, 13D Locations: Splunk, Rapid7
Pictured in Lego miniature is Kyiv’s Golden Gate, released as part of United24's second wave of Ukrainian monument replicas. The inspiration for a Lego campaign came from these initiatives and from Lego Architecture, an adult-oriented line of sets recreating iconic landmarks. The second wave, #UKRAINEinLEGObricks, released last month, includes Kyiv’s Golden Gate, Crimea’s Khan Palace, Lviv’s Oblast’s Pidhirtsi Castle, Odesa’s National Academic Opera and Mykolaiv’s Astronomical Observatory. Mykolaiv’s Astronomical Observatory is featured in Lego's second wave of monument recreations. UNITED24All models are made from authentic Lego bricks, though the Lego company isn’t affiliated with the project nor the artists building the sets.
Persons: Roy Schwartz, Volodymyr Zelensky, Yaroslava Gres, Gres, United24, isn’t, Brick, Mark Segedie, , ” Eric Law, he’d, , Law, ” Gres, there’ll Organizations: Twitter, Facebook, CNN, Russia, Deloitte, US, Council, Foreign Relations, World Bank, Lego Foundation, Lego Architecture, Opera, raffles, Velykokostromska Locations: royschwartz.com, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Ukrainian, Chicago, Khan, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, American, Tacoma
Read previewFormer President Donald Trump, 78, may have lied throughout the first presidential debate of the 2024 election, but the evening still may have provided a lift for his campaign as President Joe Biden, 81, struggled to find his footing during the debate. Trump and Biden had their first face-off on Thursday evening, breaking with election norms by holding a debate months before voters head to the polls in November. CNN's fact-checker, Daniel Dale, estimated that Trump said false or misleading statements 30 times during the debate. Throughout the Thursday debate, Biden's voice sounded raspy as the president struggled at moments to hold in a cough. "That's a question we can't answer because we've never had a debate this early," Siegfried told BI.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, Evan Siegfried, Daniel Dale, Robert Hur, he's, Siegfried, Obama White, David Axelrod, we've, Obama, Mitt Romney Organizations: Service, Business, CNN, GOP, Biden, Associated Press, The New York Times, Obama Locations: Mexico, China, Denver
The vote takes place amid deteriorating relations with the West, an advancing Iranian nuclear program, and an increasing risk of direct war with Israel. Iranian presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf’s supporters gathered on the final day of campaigning to hear him speak, in Tehran, Iran on Thursday. Some polls have shown increasing popularity for Pezeshkian, with the rest of the conservatives splitting the vote. Khamenei urged Iranians to head to the polls and vote after he cast his ballot in the election on Friday morning. Saeed Jalili, ultraconservative former nuclear negotiator and Iranian presidential candidate, holds a rally in Tehran, Iran, on June 24.
Persons: Ebrahim Raisi, Hossein Amir, Ali Khamenei, Mahsa, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf’s, Joseph Ataman, Masoud Pezeshkian, Saeed Jalili, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, Khamenei, Amini’s, Pezeshkian, Iran’s, Amirhossein Qazizadeh, Hashemi, Alireza Zakani, Qazizadeh, who’ve, , Arash Azizi, Saddam Hussein, Masoud, Morteza, , Sina Toossi, Narges Mohammadi, ” Ahmad, Ghalibaf, ” Ghalibaf, ” Mariam, Raisi, ” Cheers, ” Mohammad, ” Parsi, Javad Zarif, Zarif, ” Khamenei, Trump, Biden Organizations: Iran CNN —, Foreign, Iran’s, West, CNN, Iran’s Guardian Council, Center for Middle East, Global, Quincy Institute, Experts, Islamic, Center for International Policy, Trump, Pezeshkian, Getty, Washington Locations: Tehran, Iran, Israel, Gaza, Lebanon, Islamic Republic, Iranian, Berlin, Iraq, Washington, Washington ,, Shiroudi,
The technology to store renewable energy for long periods hasn’t quite been mastered, either. The interconnector would send renewable energy both east and west, taking advantage of the sun’s diurnal journey across the sky. The transatlantic interconnector is still a proposal, but networks of green energy cables are starting to sprawl across the world’s sea beds. They are fast becoming part of a global climate solution, transmitting large amounts of renewable energy to countries struggling to make the green transition alone. Not all of them carry renewable power exclusively — that’s sometimes determined by what makes up each country’s energy grid — but new ones are typically being built for a green energy future.
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But he added that the US does need more Chinese students, too — just not in STEM. AdvertisementHe also cited security concerns about letting Chinese students access sensitive technology. But even now, Chinese students say that they have been facing extra scrutiny while entering the US. The Washington Post, citing online discussion forums, reported in March that Chinese students were questioned for hours at US border controls, or had their visas canceled without valid reasons. In April, the Senate passed a bill that, if signed into law by President Joe Biden, will force Chinese tech company Bytedance to sell video site TikTok.
Persons: , Kurt Campbell, Campbell, There's, Trump, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Campbell didn't Organizations: Service, of Foreign Relations, Business, Trump, China Initiative, Department of Justice, Washington, Institute of International Education, American, Apple, Counterpoint Research, Huawei Locations: United States, China
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