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The Chinese Ambassador to Canada stirred a huge diplomatic row recently when he warned the Canadian government not to grant...


The 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) started its fifth plenary session in Beijing today. President...


China has illegally occupied Nepal’s land at several places spreading over seven bordering districts and Indian intelligence agencies have sounded...


Following reports from Sweden's military, the country has decided to not allow Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE to apply for their 5G network infrastructure. With multiple reports stating the use of this tech by China to spy on nations, Sweden's latest move is sure to upset Beijing, seeking to increase their dominance and economic might. This comes after India, UK, US and other European countries have tacitly given the boot to these Chinese firms in taking part of their country's 5G network development. China has long been accused of espionage either by brute means or cyber warfare. Australia was the latest victim of such attacks on their security and intelligence establishment. With the standoff against China, India has also taken a decision to focus on local telecom companies for our own 5G tech.


Fifty-eight years is a long time for a nation to shape its foreign policy and become a dominant force in...


Zambia has asked its external creditors for debt-service suspension as the southern African nation edges to default highlighting the limitations...


A day after President Xi Jinping called on Chinese troops to prepare for war, the United States appointed a senior...


Not content with just being the region put under massive surveillance, China has now gone a step further in their pogrom against the ethnic Uyghurs but tapping into their digital footprint. Around 350,000 have been detained under trumped up charges for sharing, viewing or discussing any of the 53,000 flagged items: videos, audios, photos, posts, as determined by Beijing. Furthermore, even the local police are themselves under the scanner and are required to submit themselves to various protocols and statements to show loyalty to the CCP regime. Life is increasingly becoming tough in East Turkistan.


Three days after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed that China has deployed 60,000 soldiers along the Line of...


Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen should be lauded for her courage to take on the dragon that threatens to gobble up...

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