In any event, there is likely to be a general election in Britain soon. Boris Johnson will present himself to electors as the democrat who either honored the pledge to deliver Brexit or failed in a valiant effort and therefore needs a bigger mandate.
The anti-Brexit forces will claim to be defending “parliamentary sovereignty,” while many Brexit supporters see prorogation as a necessary tactic to uphold the sovereignty of the people as expressed in the 2016 EU referendum vote to leave the EU.
While eyes will be focused on the China-U.S. meeting that will take place on the sidelines of the summit, the quietly gathering momentum for Asian integration may prove to have far greater lasting significance for the world.
A 2015 IMF report ranks Pakistan third among countries facing such scarcity, with 2025 seen as a crisis point, if not before. BRI is an opportunity that Pakistan intends to fully utilize to overcome its trade and energy deficiencies.
Theresa May’s long-awaited resignation announcement opened the race for her successor.
Africa’s rising levels of external debt – especially those with China – seem to be a cause for concern for many onlookers.
To experience the pleasures first hand, China Focus went to the Asian food festival held in Beijing to try some of Asia’s most delicious delicacies and understand the meaning behind some of Asia’s most popular cuisine.