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Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Qin Gang held talks with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Beijing on Sunday [June 18].
Patrushev: US only needs Ukraine’s natural resources, has no plans to save country
Wang Xinyin: While the US cannot stop stressing the urgency to maintain the “rules-based” world order, they are accusing countries like China and Russia of posing a challenge to it. Increasingly, the term has been weaponized to suppress nations they deem a “threat” to their pursuit of global hegemony.
Xinhua: China is ready to work with Russia to maintain bilateral relations at a high level, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Qin Gang said on Thursday [April 13] during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Xinhua: “Washington’s longstanding tactic of playing the “Taiwan card” to contain China is doomed to fail, and will consequently backfire.”
Living up to the epithet of “surveillance empire,” the United State has, for decades, conducted indiscriminate mass surveillance of foreign governments, companies and individuals as well as its own citizens.
Wars that are a continuation of politics by states have practically always been waged according to special rules of warfare, by a specially trained state organization: the army. Analysis of the international situation that has evolved lately shows that the military conflicts occurring in the world are fundamentally different from the classical war type. New-type conflicts lack the uniformity of organized force traditionally represented by the state. Instead, they feature nonstate entities as initiators of organized action and the employment of nonmilitary methods of confrontation along with traditional military methods.
RUSSIAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS are going through what is probably their worst phase in the last 70 years. Diplomatic contacts are at a bare minimum. Dialogue on education, science, culture, sports, and humanitarian cooperation has been almost entirely cut off by the American side. Trade and economic ties have been fatally disrupted by a wave of sanctions. […]
Dong Yue: The US’s highhanded approach cannot hold up the inevitable demise of so-called US hegemony, nor will those maneuvers succeed in containing China.
Sun Ding: The US has yet to truly face up to the issues plaguing its democracy