Chinese government has little incentive to stop the country’s drug cartels from fueling US fentanyl crisis

Large Chinese drug networks are helping fuel the U.S. fentanyl crisis, a situation Beijing has little incentive to combat amid deteriorating relations with Washington. “Since approximately 2013, China has been the principal source of the fentanyl flooding America’s illicit drug market,” Craig Singleton, a senior fellow at the nonpartisan Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told … Read more

UN General Assembly draws dictators, presidents as war hits Europe, threatens Asia – but climate remains focus

The 77th United Nations General Assembly is underway with world leaders set to attend, many jetting over from the U.K. after attending the queen’s funeral. Up for discussion: climate change, which is expected to take central focus even as war in Ukraine continues and China increases its aggressive posturing toward Taiwan.  U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres … Read more

US-China experts warn of ‘bloody affair for both sides’ if war were to start

Any conflict between the U.S. and China would prove costly for both sides and resolve based on a few key points – and not necessarily in America’s favor, defense experts told Fox News Digital.  “If you were to rank them, I would put Taiwan first, South China Sea second, the Senkaku Islands third and then … Read more