US blacklists China bank for helping North Korea - The Asian Age

The move is being seen as part of the Trump administration's effort to prevent North Korea from obtaining nuclear weapons and missiles. Steven Mnuchin. Washington: The US has blacklisted a Chinese bank and slapped sanctions on two Chinese individuals ...

Trump shifts from provoking to engaging to pressuring China - The Herald-Times (subscription)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Less than three months after President Donald Trump and China's leader strolled the manicured lawns at Mar-a-Lago, the White House is suddenly engaged in a multipronged pressure campaign against Beijing, born of frustration with ...

China slams US for 'wrongful' sanctions on Chinese bank - Daily Times

BEIJING: China slammed the United States on Friday for its decision to slap unprecedented sanctions on a Chinese bank accused of laundering North Korean cash. "We urge the US side to stop their wrongful actions on this issue to avoid any effect on ...

US, Japan Equip Long-Range Missiles on Warplanes in Case of North Korean Nuclear Test - Breitbart News

The U.S. and Japan have equipped their warplanes with long-range Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles (JASSM), ideal weapons for taking out targets such as North Korea's mobile missile launchers from great distances. South Korean defense officials ...

Trump took over the “education” of Pyongyang - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

US patience to the actions of the authorities of North Korea came to an end, and so the Americans are going to take some serious action, forcing the DPRK to stop nuclear and missile tests. This was stated by the President of the United States Donald ...

Trump-Xi honeymoon is over as US threatens sanctions - Irish Times

Less than 100 days after Donald Trump hosted Xi Jinping at his Florida resort and predicted that the two presidents were “going to have a very, very great relationship”, the Mar-a-Lago honeymoon is over. On Thursday the US president threatened to ...

China Is Still Protecting North Korea From Donald Trump - Newsweek

China sharply condemned Friday recent foreign policy decisions by President Donald Trump, who announced Thursday U.S. sanctions against Chinese banks suspected of dealing with North Korea as well an arms deal worth over a billion dollars with ...

5 Things to Know About the Economy - U.S. News & World Report

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Thursday that President Donald Trump's administration was taking action against Chinese individuals and companies allegedly associated with North Korea in an effort to further isolate the reclusive Asian ...

China "outraged" by $1.42 bln planned US arms sales to Taiwan - Economic Times

BEIJING: China urged the United States to revoke immediately its "wrong decision" to sell Taiwan $1.42 billion worth of arms, saying it contradicted a "consensus" President Xi Jinping reached with his counterpart, Donald Trump, in talks in April in ...

China-US relations sour - The Daily Star

Relations between China and the United States soured yesterday as Beijing fumed over US arms sales to Taiwan and US sanctions against a Chinese bank linked to North Korea. The sudden US actions and China's angry response mark a break from the ...

Malaysia Stops Issuing Permits for North Korean Workers, Official Says - benarnews

A Malaysian police car is parked outside the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, March 12, 2017. AFP. Malaysian authorities have deported all North Korean workers and stopped issuing work permits for citizens from communist nation, a senior ...

Trump to Xi: The Honeymoon Is Over - The American Interest

Three months after their friendly Mar-a-Lago summit, the honeymoon between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping may officially be over. Signs of tension have been accumulating for weeks, from Rex Tillerson's threat of secondary sanctions over North Korea to ...

'Outraged' China calls for US to revoke weapons sale - Taipei Times

China urged the US to immediately revoke its “wrong decision” to sell Taiwan US$1.42 billion of arms, saying it contradicted a “consensus” Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) reached with US President Donald Trump in talks in Florida in April. The ...

US Treasury Announces First Money Laundering Designation Against Mainland Chinese Bank - The National Law Review

Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced significant actions targeting Chinese companies and individuals for their commercial involvement with North Korea. These actions follow Trump's vague tweet on June 20, in which he stated “[w]hile I ...

The need for a new US policy toward North Korea - People's World

U.S. Air Force nuclear-capable B-1B bombers, left, and second left, and South Korean F-15k fighter jets fly over the Korean Peninsula on June 20. The United States flew the two supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula in a show of force against ...

US Sanctions Chinese Bank Over N. Korea - One America News Network (press release)

U.S.Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announces measures taken to maximize pressure on North Korea to abandon its weapons programs during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 29, 2017. (REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque).

What in the world do we do with North Korea? - Manhattan Mercury (subscription)

Like it or not, we are coming to the point where we will have to make a decision on what to do with North Korea and its nuclear weapons. Indeed, two things are becoming clear; first, it is only a matter of time before North Korean strongman Kim Jung Un ...

China condemns US sanctions against entities with suspected North Korea ties - UPI.com

The United States has designated Chinese individuals and entities with North Korea ties as target of new sanctions. File Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI. | License Photo. Sign up for our weekly Korea Now newsletter. An exclusive report putting perspective ...

China sanguine as Trump-Xi "bromance" sours over North Korea, Taiwan - The Star Online

BEIJING (Reuters) - China reacted relatively calmly on Friday after a series of diplomatic broadsides by the United States, expressing anger over new arms sales by Washington to Taiwan but hoping ties could soon be brought back on track. U.S. officials ...

China calls latest US measures over North Korea “errors” - NK News

The Thursday imposition of U.S. measures on a Chinese bank, entity and individuals for links to North Korea could affect bilateral cooperation on the matter, a Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson warned on Friday. The comments were made at ...