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Newly discovered ancient maps support Chinese territorial claims


A number of Belgian newspapers today reported a story about the discovery of a number of ancient maps that could offer support for several of China’s territorial claims in South East Asian and other parts of the globe. The maps in question were discovered in the library of Arenberg Château, a 16th century castle now … Continue reading

China destroys Belgian chocolates as trade spat intensifies


Belgians are justly proud of their nation’s reputation as one of the world’s finest chocolate producers. So when Chinese authorities announced this week that they had destroyed an unspecified amount of their chocolates because they contained toxic substances, alarm bells rang. The Belgian media was swift to point out echoes of 2008, when Beijing declared a shipment of Belgian chocolate … Continue reading

China, Switzerland sign MOU on concluding Free Trade talks


In relations with China, symbols often have a greater importance than details of contracts. During the stay of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in the Alpine country which he visited in 2010 as vice premier, Li has met political, business leaders and inked a series of important agreements. Li Keqiang held his first speech on European in … Continue reading

South Korea signs deal to become NATO partner


NATO and South Korea on Thursday signed a new partnership program that sets the framework for cooperation and political dialogue. NATO Deputy Secretary-General Alexander Vershbow and the South Korean Ambassador Kim Chang-beom signed the first Individual Partnership Cooperation Program (IPCP) at NATO’s Brussels headquarters. The new partnership program will promote political dialog and practical cooperation … Continue reading

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