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  • Is U.S. Confrontation with China Threatening U.S. Nuclear Competitiveness?

    Randolph Bell, Robert A. Manning Security, Asia The United States has created neither the market conditions nor the regulatory environment to maintain U.S. global nuclear leadership. The Trump administration may be undermining one of its top energy and national security priorities—civilian nuclear power—by putting it in the crossfire of its current confrontation with China while not creating a conducive economic and regulatory environment for nuclear power at home. U.S. global leadership in...

    The National Interest
  • As Migrants Try to Cross U.S. Border, U.S. Closes It

    Hundreds of migrants tried to evade police and cross from Tijuana, Mexico, into San Diego. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency responded by firing tear gas and closing the border in both directions. Thousands of migrants from Central America have been living in a shelter in Tijuana.

    NYTimes.com - Video
  • U.S. Trade Representative says any U.S.-China agreement entirely up to leaders

    There will be good discussion on "very serious issues" between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Saturday but any agreement will be "entirely up to" the two leaders, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Friday.

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