The Cybersecurity Law is hence not about control, and even security is not its ultimate goal.
North Korea’s Atomic Energy Institute on Wednesday claimed that it has reprocessed spent nuclear fuel rods removed from a graphite-moderated reactor in a written interview with Japan’s Kyodo News.
Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi kicked off her five-day visit to China Wednesday.
The 11th G20 Summit, set to convene in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, is approaching.
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi paid a visit to India on Friday.
The government of Lianyungang, East China’s Jiangsu Province, announced the suspension of preliminary work on a planned Sino-French nuclear waste reprocessing project.
A Reuters report revealed that Vietnam has discreetly shipped new mobile rocket launchers into position on five bases in the Nansha Islands in the disputed South China Sea in recent months.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that she is “ready to take whatever criticism to protect the public” when talking about the split in the country’s political public opinion field caused by the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system.
The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has disqualified six potential candidates with pro-independence stances from running in the 2016 Legislative Council election
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Escalating regional tension, dragging China further into a possible outbreak of war is never a wise choice for anyone. Beijing will not fall for it. The question now becomes, how does Australia see China now?
The US, playing the role of global leader for decades, must be aware of the fact, and give due respect to China’s position in the international community. If the TPP fails, it should serve as a lesson to the US; if it can stagger along, it must be reformulated to fit into the real landscape of the world.
Therefore, out of considerations for its own interest and a broader scope, India should not let itself be constrained by its inequitable “security concerns” toward China.
In the meantime, it is also hoped that Vietnam can provide a reasonable explanation and response about how to deal with vulgar messages on Chinese tourists’ passports, in order to cool down the escalating anger from people on the both sides.
South Korea is a major stakeholder in Northeast Asia, but it cannot afford to play the game aggressively, especially with powerhouses around. In order to secure its interests, South Korea must look at the big picture.
It is advisable for South Korea to have a cool mind in assessing the consequences of deploying THAAD and the damage it will inflict on its ties with China. Seoul is playing with fire, and it will be the first to get burned.
Bilateral talks over disputes between countries directly concerned is not an exclusive solution, because once a COC is set up and everyone abides by it, it will in return help promote the former. The two processes are complementary. The establishment of a binding COC will help clear the bumps on the road in the overall Sino-ASEAN collaboration. And outsiders will have no excuses to make a fuss about the waters.