China, Trump’s Public Enemy Number One: US Judge Halts TikTok Ban

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Both right wings of the US one-party state consider China public enemy No. One for its growing prominence on the world stage. Notably from Obama’s 2013 Asia pivot that’s all about asserting Washington’s Indo/Pacific military footprint to Trump’s war on China by other means, US policy aims to undermine Beijing’s...
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