In March, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, told Chinese video game company Beijing Kunlun Tech that its ownership of popular LGBT social networking app Grindr poses national security risks.

How owning a dating app relates to national security is anybody’s guess. But such is the state of Chinese investment in the U.S. as tension between the countries remains unabated, with global law firms caught in the crossfire.

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