Of course the United States hasn't been 'involved in the protests' but is it not possible that Americans have played a role in them in their whole process of conception through organization and execution?
While it has become President Barack Obamas top priority to eliminate the IS threat, he knows America cant do it alone. It would give the global alliance being formed a huge boost if he can persuade Beijing to join in.
Just as the situation in Ukraine appeared to be settling into an impasse, the U.S. and Europe suddenly chose to raise the ante on July 16, making simultaneous announcements regarding further sanctions against Russia. Compared to the largely symbolic punitive measures adopted in the past, this round, consisting of the [Read more]
China's determination comes from its self-confidence, and China’s self-confidence comes from its peaceful development.
On the eve of his visit to China, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that China is a reliable friend of Russia. Expanding interaction with China is, undoubtedly, a priority for Russia’s foreign policy. The two countries will work together to oppose attempts to falsify history and make the intents of the fascists [Read more]
With much grandiosity, Assistant U.S. Secretary of State Daniel Russel has been visiting Hong Kong in recent days to focus on Asian affairs, specifically Hong Kong's coming political changes. A spokesperson for China's foreign affairs ministry pointed out that China firmly opposes any effort by foreign nations to [Read more]
Aside from joint military exercises, there is little the U.S. and South Korea can do as they face down North Korea.
Next week, U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Japan to meet and issue a joint statement together with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Japanese media has printed that the U.S. did not accede to Japan's requests to spell out "the U.S. obligation to defend the Senkakus" within the joint statement. The fact is that [Read more]