Politics of China Current Affairs, GK & News
Four days after the Solomon Islands cut ties with Taiwan, the Pacific island nation Kiribati following the suit has ended diplomatic ties with Taiwan. Now only 15 countries now recognise the self-governing territory of Taiwan as a sovereign nation. Dollar Diplomacy Taiwan has issued a statement stating that President of Kiribati had asked Taiwan to ..
Topics: China • Countries • Cross-Strait relations • Deng Xiaoping • East Asia • One country, two systems • Politics by country • Politics of China • Politics of Taiwan • Politics of the Republic of China • Sovereignty • Taiwan
In China, the 2nd edition of Belt and Road Forum (BRF – 2019) was officially held in Beijing with theme “Belt and Road Cooperation: Shaping a Brighter Shared Future”. In it, 37 heads-of-state and 159 countries had participated along with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and International Monetary Chief (IMF) Christine Lagarde. The BRF is ..
Topics: Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation • Belt and Road Initiative • BRF • BRI • Countries • East Asian cultural sphere • Foreign relations of China • International Monetary Fund • International Relations • Politics of China • Silk Road • Xi Jinping
The Chinese government is trying to put up a gentler face on its huge plan for recreation of old Silk Road at a summit where it explained that it has to do more to explain the program and hence boost sustainability even as the state-led media hit at the critics. The Belt and Road Initiative ..
The transit of the ship through the strait demonstrates US commitment to free and open Indo Pacific. Though china has repeatedly warned US to handle the Taiwan issue carefully, US has been helping Taiwan to defend itself. US has sold $15 billion weaponry to Taiwan since 2010. Beijing is repeatedly pressurising on the issue, as ..
Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng left the US embassy in Beijing after pressure and threats to his family. Chen left the US embassy for hospital treatment, but has since held that he fears for his life, and appealed for help from US President Barack Obama. In spite of the news of Chen Guangcheng’s escape from house ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2012
Topics: Abortion in China • Chen Guangcheng • Chinese people • Dongshigu • Embassy of the United States, Beijing • Forced abortion • He Peirong • Human rights in China • Politics of China • Weiquan movement • Witherspoon Institute
Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is under US protection in Beijing after a dauntless escape from 19 months under house arrest, in a drama that endangers to erupt new tensions b/w the two governments. Who is Chen Guangcheng? A civil rights activist in the People’s Republic of China. He drew International attention to human rights ..
Topics: Barefoot lawyer • Chen Guangcheng • Chinese law • Dongshigu • Embassy of the United States, Beijing • Human rights in China • Linyi • Politics of China • Soft detention • Weiquan movement • Yinan County