China using narcotics as a tool to silence opposition

in a bid to move forward with counternarcotics cooperation with China
By Newsday Jan. 16, 2024

Sweeping Chinese military purge exposes weakness, could widen

Some analysts say the evidence points towards corruption over equipment procurement by the PLA Rocket Force.
By The Print Jan. 6, 2024

The tragedy of Women in Xi Jinping’s China

Women’s representation in Chinese politics and the subsequent scope for women-led policy initiatives has always remained low in the Party’s list of priorities.
By The Hong Kong Post Dec. 27, 2023

Locals can learn from China’s model of poverty elimination

It is widely understood that Mao Zedong laid the foundations for much of China's broad-based economic progress
By Kevin Tutani Nov. 10, 2023

Brics expansion plan gets global attention

Brics is a significant source of foreign direct investment in critical industries, such as mining, automotive, transportation, clean energy, financial services, and information technology.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 1, 2023

As global recession looms, China unlikely to rescue economy again: Report

A strong rebound from China would help offset an expected slowdown in other parts of the world, spurred by monetary tightening policies by central banks over the past 12-18 months.
By Business Standard May. 19, 2023

Zim going nowhere fast

In fact, just for the kicks, I decided to Google if these world leaders ever partook in such otherwise laughable “presidential functions”.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana May. 15, 2023

The floggings will continue in China until morale improves

China has been a very useful peer competitor for the American military, because it’s big, it looks powerful and it talks tough.
By Gwynne Dyer Apr. 28, 2023

China’s “yuan diplomacy”: A new form of debt trap

The latest Sino-Brazilian deal is part of a larger Chinese strategy to decrease the influence of the USD
By ANI Apr. 17, 2023