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The Iran scam worsens: the North Korea – China connection


It is likely that the P5+1 nuke “deal” with Iran will be approved soon. Military and other nuke sites which Iran has not “disclosed” will not be inspected. Nor will Iran’s nuke ties with North Korea — which P5+1 member China seems to be helping, Iran’s massive support for terrorism and abysmal human rights record be considered because they are also deemed … Continue reading

China condemns US for supplying weapons to ISIS


The following is based on a translation of a report in Chinese media: The US reports that it is rushing weapons to Iraq to fight against ISIS, but Chinese media condemns the US, saying they are giving weapons to ISIS to fight against the US and its allies. Huanqiu.com published quite a few photos of … Continue reading

Do the Chinese love China?


The following are the views of a Chinese netizen: Do the Chinese love China? For this question, the answer is easy – no! Perhaps you are shocked by seeing my answer because you may think the Chinese are really united and they often refute the criticism from other countries, especially western countries. But I am … Continue reading

China says it may have citizens fighting in Iraq


Muslim extremists from China’s far western region of Xinjiang have gone to the Middle East for training and some may have crossed into Iraq to participate in the upsurge of violence there, China’s special envoy for the Middle East said on Monday. China has repeatedly expressed concern about the upsurge in violence in Iraq and … Continue reading

Australia’s defence forces must gear up for South China Sea, says expert


Naval tensions over territorial disputes in northeast Asia and the South China Sea are nearing the dangerous point where serious incidents or armed conflict could become inevitable, one of Australia‘s most respected strategists says. Paul Dibb, key architect of the defence of Australia strategy, will warn in a speech to a naval conference this week … Continue reading

China: Iraq oil production booming, Venezuela lagging


The New York Times had an interesting article: ”China is reaping biggest benefits of Iraqi oil boom” on June 2, 2013.  The question that comes to mind is … Why is Chinese production in Iraq booming, and in Venezuela lagging? As late as 2007 and 2008, China clearly intended its investments in Venezuela to be its … Continue reading

US war against Iraq is paying off – for China


Remember the US government assurance that the Iraq War would pay for itself, once those oil revenues began gushing forth from a liberated Iraq? A decade later, the Iraq War is paying – for China. “We lost out,” said Michael Makovsky, a former Defence Department official in the Bush administration. “The Chinese had nothing to do with … Continue reading

China’s expanding horizons under Xi Jinping


Fresh from his “surprise” election as president of China last week, Xi Jinping is about to set off on his first foreign trip. Later this week, he will travel to Moscow. The choice is a traditional one, and redolent of the Cold War, when Russia and China were the twin pillars of the Communist world. Back then, China … Continue reading

International Energy Agency’s view of China’s energy future


The World Energy Outlook is the International Energy Agency‘s annual report on the state of the international energy market, and the current report is remarkable for its analysis of the tectonic shift centred around China.  As the Chinese demand for fossil fuels grows, it will control the pricing of key commodities and dominate the market … Continue reading

Rising birth defects in mainland China blamed on pollution, unhealthy living


Pollution and unhealthy lifestyle choices have contributed to a big rise in the incidence of birth defects on the mainland in the past 15 years, experts say. Last year, birth defects were detected in 1.53 per cent of newborns in their first seven days of life, up from 1.09 per cent in 2000 and 0.87 … Continue reading

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