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US-China Trade Relations (Huawei) A selection of interesting articles on this topic by Victoria Palamar

№ 1. United States: ZTE and Huawei are listed as US national security threats for fear of the rise of China’s technology U.S. lists Huawei and ZTE as “U.S. national security threats”, Ministry of Foreign Affairs responds. On July 1st, according to foreign media reports, the Federal Council formally ruled on June 30, local time […]

Peter Koenig – China’s Economy of Peace

China, about a decade ago, has deliberately embarked on an Economy of Peace. A strategy that China pursues, unimpressed by constant aggressions from the west, which are mostly led by the United States. Is it perhaps this Chinese steadfast, non-aggressive way of constant forward-creation and embracing more and more allies on her way – that […]

Vladimir Terehov – Taiwan after the US Elections and the RCEP has been Signed

The outcome of the US elections (whose end is still unclear), and the signing of an agreement on forming a free trade zone involving the participation of 10 ASEAN countries, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand (the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, or RCEP), are two of the most notable events in the past […]

Konstantin Asmolov – How Truthful is China’s Stance on the Korean War?

October 2020 was marked by yet another flare-up of trouble in Sino-South Korean relations over how different countries react to the memory of the 1950-53 Korean War. First, on October 7, on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, the much-hyped K-pop boyband BTS received an award from the non-profit association Korea […]

Vladimir Odintsov – How Enduring is the American-style Asian Version of NATO?

The United States, committed to fanning the flames of wars in various regions around the world, and to entangling the whole world in military blocs and armed coalitions that are subordinate to it alone, in recent years has begun to purposefully approach how to create military alliances against countries that refuse to obey Washington’s dictates. […]

2nd wave of COVID-19 has broken out, but less worrying than first

As temperatures drop in the northern hemisphere, a rebound of coronavirus has been observed in many parts of the world, bringing a second wave of the global COVID-19 pandemic, former head of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told the Global Times on Sunday. This time, however, will be less worrying, she […]

Vanessa Molter. Pandemics & Propaganda: How Chinese State Media Shapes Conversations on The Coronavirus.

The perception of China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic has been a significant challenge for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over the past two months. The CCP has been attempting to control the narrative and deflect blame since the start of the outbreak, both domestically and abroad. It has done this by drawing on its […]

Olga Zalesskaya – Chinese migrants in the Soviet Far East during industrialization

SUMMARY: The important component of the Far East in the period of industrialization were Chinese migrants. In the Soviet Far East there was a considerable amount of the Chinese population constantly. In the article the author considers the ways and the methods of attraction of Chinese labor into the Soviet Far East, analyzes the distribution of […]

The importance of the US as a Chinese export market is declining – Ministry of Commerce of China

In this article, the Deputy Minister of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China, Wang Shouven, made a statement that the United States is decreasing in importance as an export market for China, despite the fact that it remains an important export market for China. Wang Shawawn notes that 20 years ago in 1999, US […]

80th Anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre: Political Backgroun

Vladimir Terekhov From the position of assessing the political situation developing in the APR, the character of the next commemoration for the victims of the Nanjing Massacre in China is of interest. Since 2014, this event was designated to be officially to be carried out on December 13. It was this day in 1937, that […]