Is the China doing so only for yielding to the pressure from Trump? Absolutely not.
The first China International Import Expo（CIIE）is to be held in Shanghai on November 5-10, 2018. Up to now, more than 3,000 companies in total from […]
As China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) extended its footprint, launching investment projects along both the ancient Silk Road as well as across the entirety of Eurasia and Africa, Washington saw an urgent need to counter China’s projection of influence. The BUILD Act is America’s belated response to BRI.
The US, long the world’s largest destination of FDI inflows, lost the top position for the first time in decades. Its ranking slid to third, with total FDI inflows of $46.5 billion, less than China ($70.2 billion) and the UK ($65.5 billion).
White phosphorus bombs are prohibited under international law, especially in areas where it is possible that civilians could be injured. If we can confirm that coalition forces used white phosphorus bombs when attacking Syria, the United States must be held accountable.
The Japanese Prime Minister’s visit to China indicates that Sino-Japan relations have rebounded and returned to a normal track. What may the reason that Japan is willing to rebound with China?
It is easy to take sides politically or ideologically, but politicization of trade issues is itself a poison pill that no one will be able to escape. The poison pill as embedded in USMCA is after all poisonous, not only for China, but also the world at large.
China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has given “the first warning” to the United States in response to the sanctions against the Equipment Development Department of the People’s Republic of China Central Military Commission and its responsible personnel.
Talks are always better than no talks. Ultimately, no one really cares who took the first step because the essence of the whole matter is to contain the increasing damages to both economies.