The Morning Dispatch: Standing Up to China on Cyber

Happy Tuesday! If you just don’t look at your stocks, the Dow dropping 700 points yesterday can’t hurt you.

Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories

  • The Biden administration said Monday that some Afghan nationals who aided the U.S. in the Afghanistan war will be housed temporarily at Fort Lee, Virginia, pending their final visa approval.

  • Ariel Henry, who was appointed acting prime minister of Haiti by former Haitian President Jovenel Moïse before the latter was assassinated earlier this month, will take power in Haiti today after the former acting prime minister, Claude Joseph, agreed to step down Monday. Joseph had argued that Henry had no standing to step in as interim leader, as he had not been sworn in at the time of Moïse’s killing.

  • The Biden administration on Monday announced a new joint effort with a host of other NATO states to denounce and work to contain Chinese state-sponsored cyberattacks. In its first action, the coalition publicly blamed China for a mammoth attack on Microsoft Exchange email servers back in March.

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