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Hong Kong Protests And The Political Effects Of An “exit” Option

Alex Nowrasteh Sparked by a Chinese extradition bill that would have made it possible for people in Hong Kong to be tried in the mainland’s justice system, protesters in Hong Kong have demonstrated against Beijing for 100 days as of this week....
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The Uncertain And Dangerous Interregnum: World Peace And The Post-cold War Era

Joseph GersonU.S. President Donald Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's President Xi Jinping on November 9, 2017 in Beijing, China. Trump is on a 10-day trip to Asia. (Photo: Thomas Peter-Pool/Getty Images)
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Photos Emerge Of New Supersonic Spy Drone At Chinese Military Parade Rehearsal

Photos Emerge Of New Supersonic Spy Drone At Chinese Military Parade Rehearsal New images have surfaced on social media earlier this week revealing China's supersonic spy drone rolling through the streets of Beijing during a rehearsal...
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Photos: China’s Sharp Sword Carrier-based Stealth Drone To Enter Service By End Of Year

China’s new carrier-based drone, dubbed the Sharp Sword, will appear in the October 1 National Day parade in Beijing and is expected to enter service before the end of the year.
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China’s Deputy Finance Minister Liao Min Heads To The U.s. To Prepare For Trade Talks

BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese envoy will head to Washington on Wednesday to prepare for trade negotiations. The announcement Tuesday follows conciliatory gestures by both sides ahead of the October talks on their fight over trade and technology,...
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Blaming Anyone For Saudi Oil Attacks Without Probe Irresponsible - Chinese Foreign Ministry

BEIJING (Sputnik) - China considers blaming anyone over the Saudi oil facility attacks without an investigation irresponsible, the Foreign Ministry said Monday.
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Solomon Islands Votes To Cut Official Ties With Taiwan

Earlier this month, media reports said that the Pacific Ocean country of the Solomon Islands was planning to diplomatically recognise Beijing as the legitimate government of China rather than the Taipei government.
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Chinese Government Employee Charged For Role In Visa Fraud Plot - Justice Dept

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A Chinese citizen has been arrested and charged in a New York City federal court with participating in a plot to illegally get US visas for employees of the Beijing government, the Department of Justice said in a press release.
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Even Pigeons Are Banned From Flying For China’s 70th Birthday

Beijing has stepped up security as it prepares for the Communist country’s upcoming birthday on October 1, including grounding tourists in their fancy hotels near Tiananmen Square for two 12-hour stretches for the past weekend during parade...
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In Hong Kong, Employees Hide Their Political Leanings As Beijing Forces Companies To Take Sides

By day, Lucy is a flight attendant. Dressed in a neat uniform, she politely offers passengers meals and drinks while they cruise at 35,000 feet. Recently though, she’s been switching shifts to make sure that she’s in town to join the...
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Australia Covered Up Chinese Cyberattack To Protect Trade – Report

Investigators pinned a cyberattack on China because the hackers used code and techniques has Beijing reportedly used in the past. However, the discovery was never made public in order to preserve trade ties with the Asian giant.
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Would A Democratic President End Trump’s China Trade War? Beijing Can’t Count On It.

Democrats slam Trump's trade war style, but they don't necessarily oppose tariffs.
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Xi Jinping's Recent Speech Indicates How Beijing Plans To Handle Hong Kong Protests

Xi Jinping's Recent Speech Indicates How Beijing Plans To Handle Hong Kong Protests Submitted by Li Linyi of The Epoch Times The day before Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam formally announced the withdrawal of the extradition...
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Thai Navy Contracts Chinese Company To Build New Amphibious Warship

Adm. Luechai Ruddit, the commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Navy, signed an agreement in Beijing Monday to buy a Type 071E landing platform dock warship from China, according to multiple reports.
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More Blinking? China To Add Pork, Soybeans To Tariff Exemption List Ahead Of Talks

As Democrats on stage at the presidential debate took their shots at Donald Trump’s trade strategy with China, it looks as though it has begun producing some results. In a surprise move, Beijing announced that it would roll back tariffs on key...
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No Country Able To Ruin Russian-chinese Close Ties – Russian Foreign Minister

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia and China have so close ties that third countries are not able to drive a wedge between Moscow and Beijing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
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Trump Says Willing To Consider Interim Trade Deal With China

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump said the United States would consider reaching a partial trade deal with China, although he would prefer to conclude a broad agreement addressing Washington’s concerns over commercial ties with...
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Beijing Air Improves Significantly In Past Five Years, Study Finds

But other regions appeared to be moving backward as local authorities sought to stoke growth amid an economic slowdown.
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Beijing To Exit 200 Most Polluted Cities List

Beijing's notoriously bad air quality has improved in recent years and the Chinese capital is expected to drop out of a list of 200 most polluted cities in the world this year, a data provider said Thursday.
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China Fires Back At Us Lawmakers’ ‘sheer Hypocrisy’ In Proposal To Ban Tear Gas Exports

Beijing was quick to call out Washington’s double standards following the introduction of a bipartisan bill in the US Congress that seeks to halt the US export of “tear gas and other non-lethal crowd control equipment” to Hong Kong amid...
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