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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre took questions on the day the Biden administration announced an executive order that puts personal data privacy in a national security context. AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

Biden executive order on sensitive personal information does little for now to curb data market – but spotlights the threat the market poses

The dangers posed by the largely unregulated commercial data market prompted the Biden administration to try to prevent adversarial countries from exploiting Americans’ sensitive personal data.
A woman takes a picture of red lanterns and decorations on display in the trees ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Beijing on Feb. 4, 2024. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

Why the West’s resentment of China is so misguided

Western hostility towards China reflects the grudging realization that the West may not be the pinnacle of achievement after all.
Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Nauru, Lionel Aingimea, toast after reestablishing diplomatic relations between the two countries. Andrea Verdelli/EPA

China’s increasing political influence in the south Pacific has sparked an international response

China is asserting itself in the South Pacific, prompting efforts from the US and its allies to contain its influence.

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