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The New York Times is calling it “vague,” but the Chinese have, apparently, come up with a solution for ending the civil war in Syria. In a new article, the NYT outlines how the Chinese plan to go about bringing … Continue reading
The aftershocks continue–in the wake of disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai’s fall from grace, China has announced the promotion of four military personnel, deliberately passing over friends of Bo and sending a clear message that the government is not pleased … Continue reading
It’s the first time since 1966 that a Chinese political figure made an official visit to Afghanistan–but why? Bloomberg is reporting that Zhou Yongkang, one of the nine members in the Standing Committee of the Politburo and a top Chinese … Continue reading
If this is what triggers WWIII, we are going to make a scene. Japan has just upped an ever-escalating turf war with China,with major Japanese firms closing their Chinese operations and urging expat workers to stay home in anticipation of … Continue reading
Tired of Olympic news yet? So are we. Switching things up to foreign affairs, politics and war: China has accused the West of attempting to sabotage Syria by implementing a regime change through military action. According to the Montreal Gazette: … Continue reading
A new development in a long-standing turf war between China and the Philippines. The Philippine government is protesting the Chinese government’s move to place the South China Sea under the jurisdiction of a new Chinese city. The Montreal Gazette reports … Continue reading
Just a day after French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius suggested using sanctions to enforce a crumbling cease-fire plan, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said his country objected to using pressure, arguing the international community should instead support the efforts … Continue reading