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  1. Hong Kong's Tumultuous Future
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    Ep 11: Hong Kong's Tumultuous Future

    On 30 June 2020, China signed into law a controversial national security legislation for Hong Kong. The law gives Beijing unprecedented powers to ...
  2. The spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tangerang

    Commentary: Sick until proven healthy? How COVID-19 could change airport security

    After the 9/11 attacks, global security measures focused on terrorism. Countering disease might see the same increased emphasis, says a ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and U.S. President Donald Trump sign "phase one"

    Trump blasts proposed restrictions on selling US jet parts to China

    U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday blasted proposals that could restrict U.S. companies' ability to supply jet engines and other components to ...
  4. Britain's Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom is seen outside Downing Street in London

    Britain approves Advent's US$5 billion Cobham purchase

    The British government has approved Advent International's US$5 billion purchase of defense company Cobham Plc after the U.S. private equity ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A Huawei company logo at the Shenzhen International Airport

    Huawei mounts legal challenge against FCC over rural carrier customers

    China's Huawei has mounted a legal challenge against the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) after the body designated the technology ...
  6. IFA consumer tech fair in Berlin

    US unveils procedure to shield telecom networks from national security threats

    The United States on Tuesday set out a procedure to protect its telecommunications networks and their supply chains from national security ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A Huawei company logo is pictured at the Shenzhen International Airport in Shenzhen

    China urges US to stop abusing concept of national security and abusing Chinese firms

    China said on Monday the United States should stop abusing the concept of national security and abusing Chinese companies after the U.S.
  8. FILE PHOTO - President Donald Trump departs the White House en route to New York

    More foreign firms halted US deals amid Trump administration scrutiny: report

    More overseas companies investigated by U.S. authorities for national security concerns have abandoned investments in the United States since U.S.
  9. Attendants stand at a Huawei booth at the World 5G Exhibition in Beijing

    US agency votes 5-0 to bar China's Huawei, ZTE from government subsidy programme

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 5-0 Friday to designate China's Huawei and ZTE as national security risks, barring their U.S.