Expect a short victory bash for liberal human rights lawyer Moon Jae-in. He handily won the South Korean presidential election Tuesday. But after he takes office, Moon must quickly triage a pack of insanely high government priorities. The $1 trillion-plus Asian economy led by the likes of...
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned on Friday that failure to curb North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to 'catastrophic consequences,' while China and Russia rebuked Washington's threat of military force. The showdown in a meeting...
Nationalist tabloid Global Times has the Communist Party’s backing, but its editorial strategy is more independent than you might think. As tensions rise on the Korean Peninsula, the world’s eyes are on China’s response. And “China” has given plenty of...
It is widely assumed in the West that the legitimacy of a government comes from universal suffrage and multiparty competitive elections. Yet this assumption raises two issues: First, historically, it is not true ― universal suffrage is a recent...
By Liu Xin Recently, Xia Guozan, a resident from Jinzhou, Central China's Hubei Province, has asked for an open apology from a TV host Liang Hongda on his WeChat and Sina Weibo accounts several times, not for personal disputes but...

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China wants ‘new Silk Road’ One Belt One Road project to...

The Chinese Government has opened a two-day summit in the capital Beijing to consolidate its massive global development project called One Belt One Road,...

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