Former secretary of state discusses Biden's latest foreign policy moves on 'Kudlow.'
Jonathan Ward on China's cryptocurrency
Jonathan Ward on Biden's spending plan, China, Taiwan
House Nevada Democrat, Rep. Dina Titus, who wears many hats sitting on both the Homeland Security and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees, says that U.S. infrastructure is about more than bettering U.S. “roads and bridges” – it’s about catching up with China.
Hudson Institute senior fellow discusses companies criticizing Georgia election law while doing business with China
Peter Navarro on COVID-19, China tariffs
Mark Mobius on inflation, Biden's spending plan, investing
Former US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer weighs in on Biden administrations plans for trade with China on 'Kudlow'
Leland Miller on Chinese tech stocks
The U.S. isn't ready to lift tariffs on Chinese imports in the near future, but might be open to trade negotiations with Beijing, according to U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
Eurasia Group president president Ian Bremmer on China
Harvey Pitt on Robinhood IPO, SPACs, China
Hayman Capital Management founder and CIO Kyle Bass warned that “we got to stop doing business" with the Chinese Communist Party, which he referred to as the "evil regime.”
Clete Willems on tense China talks
Max Baucus on Biden's first meeting with Beijing diplomats
Michael Pillsbury on Biden, China, Apple
Robert Delaney on China relations under Biden
Former U.S. ambassador to China under Obama, Gary Locke, discusses Biden administration meeting with China in Alaska.
Sen. Hagerty on Biden administration's China policies, 5G and filibuster rule
Nearly half of Americans now say that China is the United States' greatest enemy as the coronavirus pandemic agitates relations between the two superpowers, according to a new Gallup poll.