CHINA'S CRACKDOWN ON HONG KONG TESTED IN TRIAL OF PRO-DEMOCRACY POLITICIANS
The case is seen as a barometer of how officials will use the city's national-security law against political opponents.
EUROPEANS EASE PRESSURE ON IRAN IN BID TO REVIVE NUCLEAR TALKS WITH U.S.
Britain, France and Germany, with U.S. support, scrapped a planned censure resolution over concerns that renewed pressure on Tehran could derail diplomacy.
AMERICANS' VIEWS ON CHINA GO FROM BAD TO WORSE
A series of recent U.S. public opinion polls show some of the frostiest views ever toward China and indicate growing support for the Biden administration to take tougher stands aimed at influencing Beijing's behavior.