On May 25, North Korea had its second nuclear test that it claimed a “success.” Even though the test was more powerful than the previous one, it did not receive stronger international responses than those for the first test. China condemned the test as it did the previous one. The U.S., Japan, South Korea and [Read more]
According to Chrysler’s and General Motor’s reports, we can see that there still is a big dispute over the future of the American market. Chrysler reports: American people need 12 million to 13 million vehicles per year; General Motors reports: the automobile market will come back to life, and the annual need will [Read more]
North Korea's announcement on the 25th of a second successful nuclear weapons test has attracted “Huanqiu”'s utmost attention. During an early morning interview, Shen Dingli, current vice-president of Fudan University's International Affairs Research Institute, indicated that North Korea's strategy may once again [Read more]
For Obama, stepping over party lines to choose the ambassador is a clever move in chess.
Credit card debt for Americans reached more than 945 billion U.S. dollars in March 2009, 25% higher than a decade ago.
The inaction of the U.S. government and media will inevitably worsen the spread of the H1N1 flu.
....despite the fact that the continuous weakening of the US dollar is decreasing the value of debt holders’ wealth, China and Japan continue to increase their quantity.
According to reports published May 15 in "Global Times," American conservatives have been constantly making noise on Sino-American relations in recent days, some creating so-called "Chinese spy" hype, others shouting about the Renminbi issue in order to put pressure on China. The fact is that conservatives have not [Read more]