China Asked Russia to Delay Ukraine War Until After Olympics, U.S. Officials Say
A Western intelligence report indicates that Chinese officials had some level of direct knowledge about President Vladimir V. Putin’s war plans or intentions.
The FBI Warns Olympic Athletes of Cybersecurity Threats in China
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has urged Olympic athletes to leave their personal phones at home and…
February 7, 2022
Nearly Half of Americans Approve of Winter Olympics Boycott
The only other time the U.S. has taken a similar action was when it fully boycotted the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.
February 3, 2022
FBI Urging Olympic Athletes to Keep Personal Phones at Home
At the 2020 Games there were 450 million attempted cyber intrusions.
February 2, 2022
The IOC Stays Silent on Human Rights in China
Despite growing criticism, the IOC has not denounced the Chinese government's policies in Xinjiang or raised the topic publicly.
February 2, 2022
Beijing Olympic Committee Lowers COVID Testing Threshold Ahead of Games
The Beijing Winter Olympics kick off on Feb. 4.
January 24, 2022
Putin to Hold Summit with Xi at Start of Olympics in Beijing
Kremlin says it marks the beginning of 'coordination' with China on certain matters related to Ukraine
January 19, 2022
Beijing Eyes International Mail in Probe of First Omicron Case
Beijing's first reported omicron case comes just weeks ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics, which are scheduled to start on Feb. 4.
January 18, 2022
China Sends People To ‘Quarantine Camps’ Ahead of Olympic Games to Clamp Down on COVID-19 Outbreaks
Xi'an has been the epicenter of China's omicron outbreak ahead of the Olympics
January 14, 2022