The Chinese arereportedlypulling out all the stops in their efforts to spy on President Donald Trump and his delegation in Singapore. They are not only worried about losing their North Korean vassal state, but they are also seeking to learn as much as they can about Trump’s negotiating techniques.
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In July 1971, President Richard Nixon’s National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger, secretly flew from Pakistan to Beijing. Kissinger’s negotiations led directly to Nixon’s historic visit to China some months later.
Trump is starting a trade war,screamthe headlines. But a closer look reveals that the President is simply trying to recover some of the losses suffered over the years by American companies at Beijing’s hands.
The birthrate in China fell last year, alarming government officials who had confidently predicted a baby boom following their relaxation of the one-child policy.
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For two thousand years, the Chinese Empire has sought to overawe visiting barbarians with the magnificence of the imperial court. It still does today.
In remarks last week, China's government on Thursday warned, "There is no winner in a trade war." The threat came after President Trump’s former chief strategist, Stephen K.
North Korea has once again shocked the world with an illegal missile test, a sign the Kim Jong-un regime feels safe and comfortable in its alliance with its largest trade partner, China.
Liu Xiaobo, China’s most famous dissident, has died at the age of 61 after languishing in a Manchurian prison since 23 June 2009.