China’s growth is being realized within the existing international order. China has no reason to sabotage it nor the intention to supplant America’s global preeminence.
China, as the largest importer of crude oil in the world, and a big net importer of the resource, to the point where imports constitute for 75 percent of total usage in the country according to Forbes Magazine, really needs to pay close attention to what is going on in this region, especially in relation to the US and Iran.
The Phase One deal contains potential for escalation, leaves much of the tariffs in place and does not deal with some of the broader and more difficult challenges experienced by the two economic superpowers, yet Beijing and Washington appear considerably optimistic.
China’s space program is guided by a three-phased plan released in 1992.
The ugly violence can bring Hong Kong nothing but ruins.
Are we witnessing ‘the end of Western hegemony over the world’, and if so, where is new leadership likely to arise from as we enter a new decade?
The US is the last country in the world that really cares about the human rights slogan, and it is the last country to pretend defending human rights, but it takes advantage of the human rights slogan just to attack countries and obtain from them privileges or control their wealth.
While no one is expecting countries to ditch their holiday dinners overnight, or eradicate meat entirely from their diets, significant changes need to be made to the global food system if want to continue celebrating our holiday’s in the future.
CIIE opened new doors for Pakistani companies to enter the ever-growing market of China