Time is running out for Iran. The three EU signatories to the 2015 nuclear agreement — Germany, France and Britain — are still trying to save the accord, while Iran is gradually upping the pressure.
Cambodia is being harassed by specific group of countries on account of human rights. Such grave interference in Cambodia’s domestic affairs shall be stopped. Here are the reasons why.
Chinese tech giant Huawei plans to invest more than $300 million every year for research at universities, which supports those in basic science and technology, as well as innovation.
The world celebrated 8th of September as the International Literacy Day, to recognize the important role of literacy as the basis for poverty reduction, democratization, and sustainable development.
Cambodia is not a claimant state to the territorial dispute in the South China Sea and, as such, it can afford to have its own stance towards the issue.
The US on Monday launched its first joint naval exercise with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) – the ASEAN-US Maritime Exercise. US Rear Admiral Kenneth Whitesell spoke at the opening ceremony of the exercise.
Germany first attacked Poland 80 years ago. A long time has passed since that day, the outbreak of World War II, yet the many consequences of that global conflict for so many people makes it feel as if it only just came to an end.
On the streets of Seoul in late August, a young Japanese tourist was assaulted by a Korean man and the footage went viral on social media sites.
The science suggests there is a stronger link between the planet’s warming and its changing weather patterns, and these trends are stronger where significant changes to the use of land have occurred.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Tun Dr. Mahathir Mahamad reassert political commitment to conclude Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) as soon as possible.
The speaker of the British Parliament called the prime minister’s decision “constitutional outrage.” That’s a rather mild way to describe Boris Johnson’s plundering of Parliament’s rights.
Since the founding of New China on Oct 1, 1949, the China story has been one of meeting challenges with creative solutions. When new challenges emerge, they are overcome with even more creative solutions.
Despite its claims that it is playing no part in the ongoing chaos in Hong Kong, the United States continues to reveal its dirty hands.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will reportedly visit China from Friday to Saturday with a large delegation of German CEOs. Analysts believe a prime objective of the trip is to ensure that German-Chinese trade relations remain on track.
On August 23, 1939, Moscow signed a sensational non-aggression pact and a secret protocol to it with Berlin. Nowadays, many Western historians and the media consider this agreement almost an evidence of the criminal union of Stalin and Hitler.
On 20 November 2019, Shinzo Abe will become Japan’s longest serving prime minister since the inception of Japanese parliamentary politics.
The G7 Summit that ended in the French seaside city of Biarritz on Monday is the latest proof of how irrelevant the forum has become.
China’s historic campaign to wipe out poverty is drawing inspiration from both the central leadership and many obscure mountain villages.
MMedia plays a critical role in multiplying the effects and shaping public opinion. Sometimes media has been politically manipulated to serve selfish national interest or to create external threat perception, some cases are exaggerated.
The US tested a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile on August 19 shortly after it formally withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, making it quite clear that these are all long-planned moves.
Last year, in commemorating the 15th Anniversary of ASEAN-China Strategic Partnership, ASEAN and Chinese Leaders adopted a strategic partnership vision 2030 to further promote the closer cooperation for a mutually beneficial future of ASEAN and China.
The 36 countries that make up the OECD bloc of developed nations have reached a milestone in the production of green energy. For the first time, electricity derived from renewable sources has outstripped that generated by burning coal.
Tradition, travel and trade: What can these #Xinjiang tales tell us about this far western region of China?
China’s robotics industry is moving into a new era of market boom and technological advances, as the annual World Robot Conference enters its fifth year.
Since June 9, violent protesters have harrowed Hong Kong through confrontations with police and extensive vandalism. They have deliberately attacked police, besieged police stations, sabotaged public facilities and assaulted innocent people, forcing officers to respond to prevent further destruction.
The new zones will bring the total number of China’s pilot FTZs to 18, which serve as pioneers of the country’s reform and opening up as they test new styles of foreign investment management, trade facilitation and transformation of government functions to better integrate the economy with international practices.
With the price of children’s products from China driven up by the additional tariffs, many new parents in the United States, especially those with relatively lower incomes, cannot even afford a new crib with acceptable quality, exposing their babies to potential dangers.
Iran has been striving to overcome the crisis in its relations with the US. Although the Islamic Republic has taken some tough steps, Tehran doesn’t want to break down its ties with Washington.
On August 27, navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh informed the media about an intelligence alert that the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) had raised a maritime wing and was training underwater saboteurs.
For years now, environmentalists and scientists have been warning that poorer countries with very low carbon footprints are bearing the brunt of carbon dioxide emissions in the wealthy world.