China

How Uyghurs, Taliban View Each Other — And Why It Matters 

Abdugheni Sabit has been closely watching the developments in Afghanistan since the Taliban took control of the government.  Sabit is Uyghur, a member of the Muslim minority group from China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. As an exile living...
Related topics: Taliban, Afghanistan, Xinjiang

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Taiwan Seeks Entry Into Key trade Pact Before China, Says simultaneous Bid "quite Risky"

Taiwan Seeks Entry Into Key Trade Pact Before China, Says Simultaneous Bid "Quite Risky" China and Taiwan are increasingly entering a war of words as both are within the last week seeking to join the Comprehensive and Progressive...
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How Chinese Ballistic Missiles And Iranian Drones Popped Up In Ethiopia’s Civil War In Tigray

Sebastien Roblin China, Asia The Tigray conflict illustrates how affordable variants of advanced weapons are making their way into conflicts involving less wealthy actors too. Since November 2020, a complex and tragic civil war has raged in the...
Related topics: Drones, Ethiopia

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China Joe Gives America The Middle Finger

This weekend, I watched horrific videos of Afghans being murdered by the Taliban. Meanwhile, the State Department has withheld permission for privately arranged flights to leave Afghanistan, and refuses to accept Afghans with valid documents who are...
Related topics: World Videos, Taliban, Afghanistan

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China’s New D.c. Ambassador: We’re Just A Misunderstood Democracy

China’s new ambassador in D.C. isn’t buying President Joe Biden’s warning to the United Nations General Assembly about rising authoritarianism. On Wednesday, Qin Gang issued an implicit rebuke to Biden’s U.N. speech, telling a crowd of China...
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China Reportedly Mulls Bailing Out Evergrande Developer As Default, Economic Shock Loom

The threat of Evergrande's bankruptcy has sent shockwaves through Asian and western stock markets with all them plunging into the red on 20 September. The Chinese development giant owes hundreds of billions of dollars to domestic and foreign banks,...
Related topics: Bankruptcy, Banking

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Setback For Quad? Survey Suggests Almost All American Firms Are Bullish On China

The QUAD, a group comprised of India, the US, Japan, and Australia, has been trying to ensure uninterrupted trade even if tensions erupt with China. India and other nations have taken steps in the last few years to convince multinational companies...
Related topics: Polls, India, Japan, Australia

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Is President Xi Reviving Maoism?

(Paul Mirengoff) China’s President Xi Jinping reportedly is moving down a Maoist path. If so, this is probably the most important development of 2021. The Wall Street Journal reports on this development in a story with the headline:...

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Biden, Austin, And Milley’s Abandonment Of Bagram led To Murder Of 13 Americans

No single nation has been quite as furious with Biden over the Afghanistan defeat as India. Not only did India invest resources into Afghanistan, but the Taliban takeover means the triumph of the Pakistan-China coalition that threatens India’s...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Afghanistan, India, Taliban, Pakistan

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Dow Soars 506 Points As Stocks Recoup Nearly All Losses From Evergrande Sell-off

Spencer Platt/Getty Images The Dow Jones soared more than 500 points on Thursday as fears of the Evergrande debt crisis subsided.China told Evergrande to pay its upcoming US-dollar denominated debt payments and avoid default, according to a...
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China Urges G-20 To End 'unilateral' Sanctions On Taliban-ruled Afghanistan 

China’s top diplomat Thursday urged a virtual conference of G-20 foreign ministers to end economic sanctions against Taliban-ruled Afghanistan to help the country tackle a looming humanitarian crisis and an economic meltdown.  Chinese Foreign...
Related topics: Taliban, Afghanistan

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Leaders From Us, Australia, Japan And India To Meet In Washington Friday

Leaders of the United States, Japan, Australia and India are expected to meet in person Friday in Washington to discuss cooperation in the Indo-Pacific in the face of China’s growing power in the region. U.S. President Joe Biden, Prime Minister...
Related topics: Australia, Japan, India, Joe Biden

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Why Gamestop Stock Is Rising Today

Shares of GameStop (NYSE: GME) rose 2.4% in morning trading Thursday as the sell-off that followed fears of China's largest property owner defaulting on its loans dissipated. The broad market indexes have regained all the ground lost since the China...
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Tariffs On Chinese Imports Have Accomplished Approximately Nothing

At the core of former President Donald Trump's aggressive trade policies was a relatively simple—perhaps overly simplified—promise: Tariffs on Chinese-made products would drive manufacturers out of China. "Many tariffed companies will be leaving...
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Ultrasensitive Detection Of Endocrine Disruptors Via Superfine Plasmonic Spectral Combs

The apparent increase in hormone-induced cancers and disorders of the reproductive tract has led to a growing demand for new technologies capable of detecting nanogram per liter level endocrine disruptors. Scientists in China invented an...

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✦ A Steely Pivot

Hi Quartz members,Steel is a competitive industry. Steelmakers worldwide have long had to grapple with fierce competition from rivals in China, whose overproduction puts pressure on everyone else. Now they must also try to decarbonize the industry,...

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More Empty Talk On Export Controls

The undersecretary for the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security may be the second most important government job regarding China. He or she should implement controls to prevent China from gaining technology for its military, for...
Related topics: Military

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United States Of War: How Aukus Nuclear Submarine Deal Could Inflame Tension, Provoke War With China

Criticism is growing of AUKUS, a new trilateral military partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States that the countries say is needed to counter China’s growing power in the Indo-Pacific region. As part of the...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Military, Australia

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China Has A Plan To Use Arsenal Planes To Take On F-35s

Robert Farley F-22, China has a pretty crazy plan. Here's What You Need to Remember: One report argued that China could defeat a force of 5th generation fighters by expending enormous numbers of older aircraft to force the US planes to use all...

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China Owns The Factories — Now They’re Building The World’s Best Cars

Europeans and other western nations have dominated automotive excellence for over a century. Whether it is the satisfying thud of the door closing on a Volkswagen from Wolfsburg or the beauty of a Ferrari from Modena, these brands are iconic – and...
Related topics: Volkswagen

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