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China’s DRC Envoy Calls for Better Protection of Chinese Nationals in Eastern Congo

Chinese ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zhao Bin, urged security officials in the southeastern Tanganyika Province near the border with Tanzania to do more to protect Chinese nationals in the area. Kidnappings and murders of Chinese nationals in ...

Myanmar-China Oil and Gas Pipeline Control Station Destroyed in Latest Attack Affecting Chinese Interests

Myanmar’s military government said several of the country’s armed insurgent groups destroyed a control station of the Myanmar-China oil and natural gas pipeline in a state bordering China. The attack happened in the northern Shan State, which borders China’s Yunnan Province. The ...

China-Myanmar Ties Further Strained After Truck Convoy Torched After Crossing Border Into Myanmar

Myanmar’s beleaguered military government is accusing insurgents of torching dozens of trucks carrying goods from China, as Myanmar’s factional fighting further destabilizes the two countries’ border and strains relations. The fire on Friday in the town of Muse — recorded in ...

While Global Powers Fight a Bipolar Battle, the World Is Calling for the Menu

As Presidents Xi and Biden meet amid calls for decoupling, a new survey reveals many countries want to work with both the United States and China in an “a la carte” way. A new public opinion survey by Oxford University and ...

ASEAN Defense Ministers Meet Amid Growing China-Philippines Maritime Tensions

China-Philippines tensions in the South China Sea are atop the agenda for this week's gathering of ASEAN defense ministers in Jakarta. The bloc’s defense chiefs held talks on Wednesday on a range of issues, including the frequent — and at times dangerous ...

Thai Leader Debunks Idea of Hosting Chinese Police for Joint Patrols in Tourist Zones

Thailand’s Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said the country would not be inviting Chinese police officers to patrol Thai tourist destinations after reports of such a plan sparked an outcry. Tourism officials had recently raised the idea of having Chinese and Thai ...

New Satellite Images Reveal Cambodia’s New Chinese-Built Navy Base Will be Large Enough to Dock Aircraft Carriers

It now appears that the new Cambodian navy base that China is building in Ream will be large enough to accommodate an aircraft carrier even though the Cambodian navy doesn't have vessels anywhere near that large. New satellite photos reveal ...

China Deploys Water Cannon in Latest Spat With Philippines in South China Sea

China-Philippines tensions in the South China Sea have risen yet again, with the China Coast Guard deploying a water cannon against a Filipino vessel en route to supply an outpost in the disputed waters. The escalation further positions the region as ...

Beijing Says Chinese Among Casualties In Myanmar Factional Fighting

Beijing confirmed there were Chinese casualties in Myanmar as fighting escalates between ethnic militias and the military-ruled government along the border with China. Foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin did not say whether the Chinese were killed or wounded, though local media in ...

Japan Bolsters Closest-Ever Security Ties With Philipines as China Rattles Region

Japan and the Philippines agreed to begin talks to allow Japanese troop deployments on Filipino soil, as China’s actions in the region drive the two partners into their closest-ever security ties. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s weekend trip to meet with ...
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