American farmers feel heat from trade war with China
22 September 2019 | 9:04 am
President Trump is betting he can stay on their good side despite launching a trade war that has cut them off from one of their most important export markets. He has billions of reasons to believe that. You can read the whole story in the latest edition of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Beijing-Ottawa relations have come to a head after a report, last week, revealed that Chinese diplomat Zhao Wei intimidated a Canadian lawmaker and his family.
A new opinion poll has found that over half of the Japanese population is of the opinion that the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) should not become involved in fighting if China invades Taiwan.
As the relationship between Washington and Manila improves, the Philippines is daring to be more robust regarding the security of its own maritime territory in the South China Sea.
Beijing's huge stimulus program helped the West to recover from the 2008 financial crisis. This time, however, China's post-COVID recovery is patchy and geopolitical issues mean it is unlikely to stop a global recession.
A Hong Kong permanent resident who is also a US citizen has been given a life term for espionage.
India and the EU are deepening ties with a new trade and tech plan. Is skepticism toward China bringing them closer?
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The Central Asian summit is being held in China's Xian city at the same time as the rival G7 summit in Japan. The meeting in China comes as Beijing seeks to build its influence in the region.
Russia sanctions focusing on its $5 billion diamond industry is on the agenda as the seven leading democratic economies come together in Hiroshima, Japan. China's economic influence is also up for discussion.
The Chinese president has promised to bolster economic and infrastructure projects in the region at a "milestone" meeting with leaders from former Soviet states in the region.
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