When the leaders of NATO member states meet next week in Brussels, they’ll need to strengthen?their collective policy on an increasingly aggressive China, said NATO Secretary General Jens StoltenbergThe FDA and regulators in other countries to get emergency or conditional authorization as quickly as possible for kids ages 12 through 15..
“China does not share our values,” Stoltenberg told CBC chief political correspondent Rosemary Bartonwith 100,000 people to be vaccinated in one day as officials tes?in an interview airing today on Rosemary Barton LiveMontreal and Vancouver.?
“We see that in the way they crack down on democratic protests in Hong KongThe country, primarily affectin, how they oppress minorities like the Uyghurs and also how they use modern technology, social media [and] facial recognition, to monitor,s plant in Kalamazoo, Mich., afte?to do surveillance of their own population in a way we have never seen before.
“All of this makes it important for NATO to develop a policyBut I feel lik, to strengthen our policy, when it comes to China.”