G7 vs. China: United against Beijing’s growing power?
21 May 2023 | 12:14 pm
Experts say they are skeptical about the G7's ability to come up with a coordinated response to China's expanding economic power and military might.
The foreign ministers of the world's major economies are gathered for a second day of meeting, with host Japan urging a unified stance on China.
Following overseas trips by the current and former Taiwanese presidents, political parties are gearing up for Taiwan's 2024 election, with the slogan "war or peace" dominating the conversation.
Classified US intelligence has revealed how Beijing seeks control of wartime communications, the Financial Times reported. Both Moscow and Beijing have recently made advances in satellite jamming and other tools.
Beijing's ambassador to Paris said ex-Soviet states don't have "actual status" under international law. Meanwhile, G7 leaders called for an expansion of the Ukraine grain export deal. DW has the latest.
China’s ambassador to France caused EU uproar by questioning ex-Soviet states' sovereignty. Beijing has distanced itself from the remarks — but what do they mean for EU-China ties?
A Taiwanese publisher detained in China is suspected of committing national security crimes, Chinese officials say. Beijing has been stepping up pressure on the self-ruled island, which it considers its own.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cancels his rallies over ill health as polls show that next month's presidential elections will be the tightest in history. An Ethiopian boy in Sweden goes viral for raising €250,000 for charity, but is the focus of some racist attacks.
China has been promoting itself as a peacemaker in the Middle East. Beijing brokered a peace deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia — and is now eyeing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Gitanas Nauseda has told DW that Beijing needs to condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Relations between China and Lithuania have been strained since Vilnius allowed Taiwan to open a de facto embassy.14 hours ago
During a meeting with Philippine leader Ferdinand Marcos Jr. at the White House, US President Joe Biden reiterated his support for Manila's security. China has angered the Philippines by harassing its vessels at sea.
Indonesia is trying to position itself as a new center for electronic vehicle production, and carmaking giants such as Volkswagen are eager to take advantage.
The revised anti-espionage law increases security risks for foreign individuals and businesses operating in China, say experts, especially amid growing geopolitical and trade frictions between Beijing and the West.
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