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America launches strategy to reignite global economy

The United States plans to turbocharge the global economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about U.S. plans for economic recovery.
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Pompeo to Three Seas Initiative: ‘America is with you’

European nations can improve their citizens' lives through private sector investment in infrastructure, Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo said.
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Guidance for U.S. tech aims to stop misuse by repressive regimes

The U.S. has issued new guidance to help companies identify and stop sales of technology that could be used to support oppressive regimes.
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U.S. advances freedoms, sovereignty in the Indo-Pacific

The U.S. and its partners are backing a free and open Indo-Pacific, while the Chinese Communist Party bullies its neighbors in the region.
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Pompeo: The free world must triumph over China’s tyranny

U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo says free nations must change their approach to China. See how the CCP is threatening prosperity and security.
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U.S. rejects China’s ‘unlawful’ claims in South China Sea

The U.S. is rejecting most of the People's Republic of China's claims in the South China Sea and supporting the sovereignty of Southeast Asian nations.
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China’s economic blitzkrieg

The Chinese Communist Party is leveraging its economic power to exert influence around the globe and to try to make the world safe for dictatorship.
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U.S. warns of business risks from China’s abuses

The U.S. is advising companies to watch out for the risks of doing business with companies that might support China's human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
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What does it mean when your technology comes from China?

The Chinese Communist Party's authoritarian control over China means that using technology developed in the country carries significant risks.