Australia pledges $28B to expand defense staff; Taiwan warns China not to 'miscalculate situation'

Australia pledges $28B to expand defense staff; Taiwan warns China not to 'miscalculate situation'

Australia pledges $28B to expand defense staff; Taiwan warns China not to 'miscalculate situation'

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It's been over two weeks of war in Ukraine. Chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons are the latest hot topics. But different sides are sending out conflicting stories.

Ukraine is readying itself for the worst, while a Ukrainian diplomat urges the Chinese Communist Party to understand the war will damage far more than just his country.

Countries in the Indo-Pacific region chime in on growing defense concerns. New action comes as threats to the region come into clearer view.

Back in the United States, activist investors confront the Walt Disney company over its relationship with Beijing.

Popular fast food chains might soon see a setback for their stores in China, all because of a long-time dispute between Beijing and American regulators.

Amazon could be tied to forced labor in China. The company is just one of the tech giants facing questions.