Overreaching India at Loggerheads with South Asia Neighbors

With designs on controlling South Asia, India rejected the system of sovereign equality under the UN framework from the very beginning. Instead it adopted a combination of policies such as exclusion, annexation, control and manipulation to set up a “South Asian order” with India at the core.

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Focus on Xiongan: How will it Perform its Non-Capital Functions?

The Xiongan New Area will pool the non-capital functions of Beijing, and by curbing the capital’s population growth, it will help to address the severe “urban ills” of traffic congestion and air pollution in Beijing. In the 100 days since the initiative was announced, what has happened in the Xiongan New Area?

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China-US Trade Imbalance: Who Should Make more Effort?

China believes that one of the most serious discrepancies between China and US lies in the striking difference in their understanding and interpretation of the issue of trade imbalance. This difference makes it very difficult to reach an agreement on addressing the issue.

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Could Personal Politics Ease China-US Tensions?

In the months following Donald Trump’s inauguration as American president, the language reflecting the nature of current Sino-U.S. relations followed a common narrative. In light of his outspoken criticism and aggressive stance against China, questions arose regarding how Chinese, and especially his counterpart, Xi Jinping, should act.

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B&R Initiative Brings Initial Benefit for CEE Countries

The Belt and Road Initiative has brought tangible benefits to Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, who are looking forward to broader cooperation, according the assessment of the 2017 China-CEE Countries Political Parties Dialogue, ending in Bucharest, Romania, on July 14.

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No Need to Sensationalize the “Threat” of China’s Overseas Garrison

On 11th July, commander of the PLA Navy Shen Jinlong announced the central military commission’s official order to establish a security base in Djibouti. This will be the first time that the Chinese people’s liberation army has set up an overseas military base. As a result, the decision has attracted worldwide attention and comment.

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China is Becoming a “Sharing” Country

China’s economy has been developing fast for several decades, and the public are always ready to adopt a positive attitude to new things. Hence when a new economy form like the sharing economy appears, the inclusiveness it represents instantly attracts a lot of young people.

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Globalization Fights Its Way Forward

The Leaders Declaration issued after the G20 summit documents a full set of commitments, including further collaboration between G20 members in favor of balanced, sustainable and inclusive global economic growth, and a global architecture for financial governance.

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G20 Continues to Focus on Global Fiancial Stability

The 12th G20 Summit will be held in Hamburg, Germany on 7th and 8th July. On this occasion the theme of the summit is “Shaping an Interconnected world”, expressing the participants’ desire to maintain an open trade system and promote globalization, and their resolve to do so. The summit will emphasize the need to rebuild the financial market and the importance of structural resiliency in the international financial system, with the goal of enhancing their capacity to respond to threats and circumvent financial risks.

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