April 23, 2021

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South Korea Court Dismisses ‘Comfort Women’ Compensation Claim

A South Korean court dismissed a lawsuit against Japan to compensate women forced to work in its World War II-era

April 21, 2021 By Bloomberg

A South Korean court dismissed a lawsuit against Japan to compensate women forced to work in its World War II-era

Iran Presents Daily Threat as U.S. Dominance Wanes, General Says

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April 21, 2021 By Bloomberg

Sign up for our Middle East newsletter and follow us @middleeast for news on the region.  Iran poses

U.S. Unveils Plan to Protect Power Grid From Foreign Hackers

The White House unveiled on Tuesday a 100-day plan intended to protect the U.S. power grid from cyber-attacks, mainly

April 20, 2021 By Bloomberg

The White House unveiled on Tuesday a 100-day plan intended to protect the U.S. power grid from cyber-attacks, mainly

Biden-Suga Talks to Focus on China Amid Tensions Over Taiwan

President Joe Biden is meeting Friday afternoon with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to discuss issues including human rights, Taiwan

April 17, 2021 By Bloomberg

President Joe Biden is meeting Friday afternoon with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to discuss issues including human rights, Taiwan

It’s All About China as Biden, Suga Meet Amid Taiwan Tension

President Joe Biden’s effort to harness U.S. alliances in Asia to counter China will get a test run

April 16, 2021 By Bloomberg

President Joe Biden’s effort to harness U.S. alliances in Asia to counter China will get a test run

China Dares Japanese Officials to Drink Fukushima Wastewater

China is ratcheting up pressure over Japan’s plan to release treated water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant

April 16, 2021 By Bloomberg

China is ratcheting up pressure over Japan’s plan to release treated water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant

South Korea Prime Minister Chung Resigns in Bid For Presidency

South Korea’s prime minister resigned his post to prepare for a run in next year’s presidential race, facing

April 16, 2021 By Bloomberg

South Korea’s prime minister resigned his post to prepare for a run in next year’s presidential race, facing

Bernard Madoff, Mastermind of Giant Ponzi Scheme, Dies at 82

Bernard Madoff, the Manhattan investment adviser who promised stellar returns to his A-list clients and instead defrauded them of more

April 14, 2021 By Bloomberg

Bernard Madoff, the Manhattan investment adviser who promised stellar returns to his A-list clients and instead defrauded them of more

Biden Rushes to Protect the Power Grid as Hacking Threats Grow

A White House plan to rapidly shore up the security of the U.S. power grid will begin with a 100

April 14, 2021 By Bloomberg

A White House plan to rapidly shore up the security of the U.S. power grid will begin with a 100

U.S. Spy Chiefs Warn of Threats From China to Climate Change

The U.S. and its allies will face “a diverse array of threats” in the coming year, with aggression by

April 14, 2021 By Bloomberg

The U.S. and its allies will face “a diverse array of threats” in the coming year, with aggression by

China’s Rise, Russian Hacking Cited as U.S. Spy Chiefs Testify

Top lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee issued warnings about China’s rise, Russian hacking and Joe Biden’s plans

April 14, 2021 By Bloomberg

Top lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee issued warnings about China’s rise, Russian hacking and Joe Biden’s plans

Spy Chiefs to Warn of Threats From SolarWinds to North Korea

U.S. intelligence chiefs will testify together publicly for the first time in more than two years as the Biden

April 13, 2021 By Bloomberg

U.S. intelligence chiefs will testify together publicly for the first time in more than two years as the Biden

Biden Picks Christine Wormuth as First Female Army Secretary

President Joe Biden plans to nominate Christine Wormuth as secretary of the Army, the White House announced Monday, a move

April 13, 2021 By Bloomberg

President Joe Biden plans to nominate Christine Wormuth as secretary of the Army, the White House announced Monday, a move

U.S. Eases Limits on Taiwan Meetings as China Tensions Climb

The Biden administration is easing limits on contacts with Taiwanese officials, the State Department said Friday, as the U.S.

April 10, 2021 By Bloomberg

The Biden administration is easing limits on contacts with Taiwanese officials, the State Department said Friday, as the U.S.

Biden Needs to Respond to Russian Hacking

President Joe Biden is a famously nice guy. Maybe he should stop being nice, just for a while.  

April 09, 2021 By Bloomberg

President Joe Biden is a famously nice guy. Maybe he should stop being nice, just for a while.  

Bill Hwang Had $20 Billion, Then Lost It All in Two Days

Before he lost it all—all $20 billion—Bill Hwang was the greatest trader you’d never heard of.  

April 08, 2021 By Bloomberg

Before he lost it all—all $20 billion—Bill Hwang was the greatest trader you’d never heard of.  

Roubini Warns Higher U.S. Yields Will Bite in Era of Excess Risk

A fresh spike in Treasury yields will rattle markets and could send more family offices and hedge funds down a

April 06, 2021 By Bloomberg

A fresh spike in Treasury yields will rattle markets and could send more family offices and hedge funds down a

U.K. Set for Reopening; N. Korea to Skip Olympics: Virus Update

Everyone in the U.K. will be urged to take a coronavirus test twice a week as a new system

April 06, 2021 By Bloomberg

Everyone in the U.K. will be urged to take a coronavirus test twice a week as a new system

North Korea Says It’ll Skip Tokyo Olympics Due to Covid-19

North Korea has decided not to participate in the Tokyo Olympics due to the coronavirus, a state-run sports website reported,

April 06, 2021 By Bloomberg

North Korea has decided not to participate in the Tokyo Olympics due to the coronavirus, a state-run sports website reported,

U.S., Japan and South Korea Share North Korea Missile Concerns

The U.S., Japan, and South Korea sounded alarm over North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs, following a

April 03, 2021 By Bloomberg

The U.S., Japan, and South Korea sounded alarm over North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs, following a