"Don't say we didn't warn you!" declared the China People's Daily. And historians rushed to remind us that Beijing used the phrase in advance of their 1962 border war with India and 1979 war with Vietnam.
Many fear impact of new 'cold war', but Putin is adamant Eurasian integration will go ahead
Let's start in mid-May, when Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana, hosted the third Russia-Kazakhstan Expert Forum, jointly organized by premier think tank Valdai Club and the Kazakhstan Council on International Relations.
June is bursting out all over, but we've still got 5 more days of May.
While the western world (and much of the eastern) has been preoccupied with predicting the consequences of Trump's accelerating global trade/tech war, Beijing has had its hands full with avoiding a bank run in the aftermath of Baoshang Bank's failure
Following another weekend highlighted by no progress in trade-talks and further recriminations (from China this time, blaming Trump for the latest collapse in discussions), equity futures and yuan are opening notably lower...
You can't tax your way to prosperity...but you can surely tax your way into poverty. Instead of drastically shrinking government involvement in the U.S. economy, and making America more competitive, the Trump Administration chose to increase governme
Tesla already started accepting reservations on the Model 3 that will be produced at the Gigafactory 3
US Won't "Tiptoe" Around Beijing: Defense Chief Blasts China's Military Expansion At Asia Summit
Millions of dollars from US university endowments, foundations, and retirement plans have helped fund two billion-dollar Chinese facial recognition startups: SenseTime and Megvii. The Chinese government is using their technologies to surveil and prof
The best commercial computer chips have seven-nanometre transistors and a team in China led Professor Yin Huaxiang has developed 3nm transistors in the lab.
On May 25th I discovered a non password protected Elastic database that was clearly associated with dating apps based on the names of the folders.
A number of recent articles suggest that Chinese officials may reduce their purchases of U.S. government bonds. It is very unlikely that China can do so in any meaningful way because doing so would almost certainly be costly for Beijing. And even if
While the American economy has rebounded from the Obama years, China's economy and their military are in rapid decline according to an economic expert.Entered By: Dave Hodges
PBOC Panics, Floods Market With Liquidity As Interbank Funding Freezes After Baoshang Seizure
Perhaps fearing a backlash from Chinese corporates that could seriously undermine its prospects in one of the world's largest growth markets, FedEx apologized to Huawei on Wednesday after the global logistics company 'accidentally' diverted two packa
A startup in China will be the first company in the world to begin mass-producing self-driving delivery vehicles for some of the country's biggest commerce giants.
James Corbett joins Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange to discuss Bilderberg 2019.
whats really going on with Between China and the U.S
The 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre will come and go ghost-like in China, but the event will remain part of China's narrative.
China has a problem.
China has deployed an unlikely voice in its trade war with the U.S.: Trevor Noah of Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
Beijing Prepares Cyberscurity Rule In Retaliation Against US
A new floating bullet train capable of hitting speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (about 372 miles/hour) is one step closer to reality in China.
Moore, a former White House pick for the Federal Reserve board, accused China of using trade tactics to harm Trump, by pinpointing his core base of support-U.S. farmers and blue-collar workers-in the escalating trade war. "I don't think th
Almost exactly one year ago, when the US-China trade war was still in its early stages and when conventional wisdom (wrong, as it usually is) dictated that the two sides would never escalate to...