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Could A President Biden Reverse U.S.-China Policy? Advisor, Scholars Weigh In

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What's Ahead For U.S.-China Relations As Trump Takes New Steps Against Beijing

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Hong Kong Police Take Steps To Enforce Controversial National Security Law

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The Latest On The U.S. And China's Strained Relations

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In recent weeks, U.S.-China relations have unraveled with alarming speed, and some analysts say they are now at their worst since the two countries normalized diplomatic ties in 1979. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Timeline: The Unraveling Of U.S.-China Relations

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Justinian Huang with his dog Swagger in California. John Ruwitch/NPR hide caption

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Homeward Bound: Pets' Incredible COVID-19 Journeys To Reunite With Owners

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President Trump Holds News Conference On Sanctions Over China's Actions In Hong Kong

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The USS Ronald Reagan (foreground) and the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Groups sail together in formation in the South China Sea on July 6. China has accused the U.S. of flexing its military muscles by conducting joint exercises with two U.S. aircraft carrier groups in the strategic waterway. Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jason Tarleton/U.S. Navy via AP hide caption

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Pet Owners Struggling To Reunite With Their Furry Family Members Amid The Pandemic

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Attendants refill teacups as Chen Quanguo (center), Communist Party secretary of China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, listens to a speaker during a group discussion meeting on the sidelines of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, on March 12, 2019. The Politburo member is one of the subjects of new U.S. sanctions over human rights abuses in the region. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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Protesters against the new national security law gesture with five fingers, signifying "five demands — not one less" on the anniversary of Hong Kong's handover to China from Britain in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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In this October 2018 photo U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (left) shakes hands with State Councilor Yang Jiechi, China's top diplomat, in Beijing. The two met Wednesday in Hawaii as relations between the U.S. and China continue to deteriorate. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Zoom Apologizes For Blocking Accounts Of U.S.-Based Chinese Activists

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Riot police clear away media gathered in Hong Kong last week ahead of debate on a bill that would criminalize abuse of the Chinese national anthem. China has accused the U.S. of "double standards" in its support for anti-China protests in Hong Kong and its criticism of Beijing's human rights record. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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In George Floyd Protests, China Sees A Powerful Propaganda Opportunity

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