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19:24 [Press TV] (E)
North Korean leader says wants ‘bigger outcome’ from summit with South Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says he seeks “bigger outcome at a faster pace” in a three-day summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in Pyongyang than the two leaders of the Korean Peninsula have achieved so far.
13:06 [Xinhua] (E)
Proposals by Xi at forum will drive cooperation in Northeast Asia: experts
Proposals put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the fourth Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) will inject fresh impetus in the bilateral cooperation between China and Russia and the cooperation in the wider region, international observers have said.
0:38 [Eurasia Future] (E)
Fiji Isn’t Fighting Daesh, It’s Being Used By The US To Send A Signal To China
Fiji’s inclusion as the latest member of the US’ anti-Daesh coalition in Syria has nothing at all to do with protecting the island nation’s people from the world’s worst terrorist group but is the US’ way of pressuring the country to send a none-too-subtle signal to China.
0:26 [Radio Utopie] (D)
Südkorea: Dekret über Militäreinsatz gegen Demonstranten abgeschafft
Es hätte den Militäreinsatz im Inneren zum "Selbstschutz" gegen Demonstranten erlaubt, ohne dafür eine parlamentarische Zustimmung zu benötigen.
16:12 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s industrial output expands 6.1 pct in August
China`s industrial output expanded 6.1 percent year on year in August, slightly higher than the 6-percent rise in the previous month, official data showed Friday.
3:10 [Xinhua] (E)
China, Japan should consolidate momentum of improvement in ties: Premier Li
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Wednesday expressed the expectation that China and Japan should consolidate the current momentum of improvement in ties and promote the relationship to move steadily forward on the basis of the development of the ties returning to the right track.
11:51 [Jasminrevolution] (D)
Großmacht Facebook: Digitaler Netzimperialismus
Facebook gilt als größte „Nation“ der Netzwelt: Mit mehr als zwei Milliarden „Bewohnern“ ist es weit größer als China oder Indien. 2015 wählte Facebook eine neue Strategie, um noch schneller zu wachsen. Mit dem anmaßenden Projekt, das aufgrund erheblichen Widerstands kurze Zeit später in Free Basics umbenannt wurde, beabsichtigt Facebook insgesamt 100 ärmere Länder „smart“ zu entwickeln: Ein auf drei Dutzend Webanbieter reduziertes Gratis-Internet per Smartphone-App soll „den Armen“ Facebooks Auswahl an Internetangeboten und Facebooks Form der Konnektivität aufprägen. In Indien hat dieses neokoloniale Vernetzungsprojekt im Februar 2016 aufgrund massiven Widerstands der SaveTheInternet-Bewegung einen Rückschlag erlitten.
21:16 [Press TV] (E)
China vows to `resolutely protect` trade rights in face of US tariffs
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says Beijing will respond if the United States takes any new steps on trade after Washington threatened to levy additional taxes on practically all Chinese imports.
13:21 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
The Strategic Aspect Of Bashing China`s Re-education of Uyghurs
The New York Times reports on China`s re-education program for Uygurs in Xinjiang, who are in danger for falling to Islamist extremism. The report is part of a larger U.S. campaign to instrumentalize the issue as a pressure point against China. It is a strategic issue for both sides.
21:50 [Mint Press News] (E)
China’s Strategy In Its ‘War On Terror’: Jobs Not Drones
The Chinese government is employing a unique strategy to reduce the threat of terrorism in its historically unstable Tibet and Xinjiang autonomous regions. By providing new jobs and better housing, the government has managed to quell the threat of separatism.
19:11 [Sott] (E)
Russia`s upper house speaker delivers letter from Putin to Kim Jong-un
Russian Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko gave a letter from President Vladimir Putin to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un during a Russian delegation`s visit to Pyongyang.
20:01 [Zero Hedge] (E)
"Thank You Chairman Kim" - Trump Responds To North Korea`s Pledge Of Denuclearization
Late Wednesday evening North Korea announced it would pursue denuclearization by the end of President Trump`s first term, or by early 2021. The announcement came via South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his national security advisor Chung Eui-yong, who met with North Korea`s Kim Jong Un the day prior.
13:01 [Sputnik Deutschland] (D)
Kim Jong-un richtet Botschaft an Washington
Der nordkoreanische Staatschef Kim Jong-un hat dem Sondergesandten Seouls eine Botschaft an die Behörden der Vereinigten Staaten übergeben. Dies meldet die südkoreanische Nachrichtenagentur Yonhap.
13:35 [Press TV] (E)
South Korean officials in North to arrange new summit
North Korea has received a high-ranking South Korean presidential delegation in Pyongyang for talks to arrange another inter-Korean summit this month, as talks between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled over disagreements on denuclearization.
13:34 [Press TV] (E)
Japan talking ‘tenaciously’ to US on Iran oil imports
Japan says it is pressing the US for exemptions from new sanctions to continue oil imports from Iran.
0:44 [Asia Times] (E)
US-led UN Command stops South Korean train entering North
Questions raised over mission of South Korean train to the North – and on the limits of South Korean sovereignty
0:33 [Xinhua] (E)
China to improve use of education funds
China will improve the use and management of public spending on education to promote fair and quality education.
22:05 [Press TV] (E)
Pyongyang preparing toned-down military parade on September 9: Analysts
North Korea is reportedly set to stage a new military parade as diplomatic efforts on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula show no sign of progress.
18:24 [Global Times] (E)
US can`t shift blame on China for N.Korea policy setback
US President Donald Trump tweeted a White House statement on Wednesday that he "feels strongly that North Korea is under tremendous pressure from China because of our major trade disputes with the Chinese government." The statement also said China`s aid to North Korea was "not helpful."
12:35 [offGuardian] (E)
Bombing Bridges – questioning Australia’s role in the war on Syria
I wrote recently, in an article intended for publication on the Australian blog “Pearls and Irritations", but finally published by 21st Century Wire, the apparent retreat from Syria by Western powers has seen a resurgence in abusive criticism of the “victorious” Assad government – as well as of its allies Russia and Iran.
10:14 [Telepolis] (D)
Russland und China demonstrieren Kooperation mit massiver Militärübung
300.000 Soldaten sollen an Vostok-2018 teilnehmen, die Kosten werden von Moskau mit der angespannten internationalen Situation begründet. Russland wird zusammen mit China und der Mongolei vom 11. bis 15. September eine gewaltige Militärübung starten. Nach dem russischen Verteidigungsminister Sergei Shoigu werden an Vostok-2018 300.000 Soldaten sowie 1000 Flugzeuge, Hubschrauber und Drohnen sowie die russische Marine teilnehmen. Es handle sich um die größten Manöver seit 37 Jahren. 1981 waren aber "nur" 150.000 sowjetische Soldaten an der Zapad-81-Übung beteiligt. Jetzt wird also ein Drittel der russischen Streitkräfte mit etwa einer Million Soldaten für die Großübungen aufgeboten. Klar ist auch hier, dass für große zwischenstaatliche Konflikte, für die Landesverteidigung, geübt wird
23:37 [Global Times] (E)
West China records higher-than-average H1 GDP growth
China`s western regions recorded a GDP growth rate of 7.4 percent in the first half of 2018, 0.6 percentage points higher than the national average, an official of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said on Thursday, highlighting the achievement of the country`s western development drive.
0:54 [Xinhua] (E)
Premier Li calls on Chinese, Japanese young people to deepen mutual trust
Deepening the mutual trust of young people is of fundamental importance to the long-term cooperation and friendship between China and Japan, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here Wednesday.
21:09 [Press TV] (E)
Suu Kyi uses first appearance since UN damning report to discuss literature
Myanmar’s embattled leader Aung San Suu Kyi has resorted to literature instead of addressing the critical humanitarian issues regarding her country’s persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority in her first public appearance a day after a damning report by the United Nations confirmed that “genocide” had occurred in the country under her watch.
13:21 [RT] (F)
La Corée du Nord accuse les Etats-Unis de préparer «un complot criminel» contre Pyongyang
Après l`annulation du voyage de Mike Pompeo, la Corée du Nord soupçonne Washington de fomenter «un complot criminel» contre Pyongyang. De son côté, Donald Trump assure avoir hâte de revoir Kim Jong-un et accuse la Chine de ne pas assez coopérer.
21:09 [Asia Times] (E)
China takes the high ground in Nepal
Upcoming China-Nepal joint military exercises underline burgeoning bilateral relations that have eroded India`s influence in the Himalayan republic
19:35 [Sputnik Deutschland] (D)
Tagebuch aus Pjöngjang: Notizen einer Russin über den Alltag in Nordkorea
Die Studentin der Moskauer Universität MGIMO beim Außenministerium Russlands, Diana Karabegowitsch, hat einen zweimonatigen Sprachkurs an der Kim-Il-Sung-Universität in Pjöngjang absolviert. Mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Autorin veröffentlicht Sputnik ihr Tagebuch ohne jeglichen touristischen Glanz über das Leben in dem abgeschlossenen Land.
18:08 [World Socialist Web Side] (F)
Sixième Premier ministre australien évincé en 11 ans
Au milieu de scènes de chaos et de conflits sans précédent, Malcolm Turnbull a été évincé aujourd’hui comme Premier ministre australien après une campagne politique contre lui organisée par la faction la plus à droite du Parti libéral au pouvoir. Les événements extraordinaires de la semaine dernière mettent en évidence l’instabilité et la fragilité croissantes qui animent l’ordre parlementaire.
17:58 [Fort Russ] (E)
US-Philippines relations Deterriorate: Duterte says ‘Buying F-16 totally useless’
US-Philippine relations have taken yet another turn for the worse, after US negotiators led by Defense Secretary James Mattis resulted in total failure. Mattis appears to have derailed negotiations by insulting the island nation’s duly elected president, Duterte.
22:50 [Press TV] (E)
China hits back at Trump for `irresponsible` comments about Korean Peninsula
China says the recent "irresponsible" comments made by President Donald Trump of the United States about Beijing`s commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula contradict "basic facts."
13:15 [Xinhua] (F)
L`ancienne présidente sud-coréenne condamnée en appel à 25 ans de prison
La Haute Cour de Séoul a durci la peine de Mme Park d`un an après sa condamnation à 24 ans d`emprisonnement en première instance. Mme Park a également été condamnée à une amende de 20 milliards de wons (18 millions de dollars), supérieure à sa première sentence, une amende de 18 milliards de wons (16 millions de dollars).
2:27 [Eurasia Future] (E)
Micronesia’s Chuukese Secessionist Vote Next Year Imperils The US’ Pacific Strategy
If Micronesia’s centrally positioned Chuuk State votes for independence next year, then it could set off a chain reaction of events that would seriously undermine the US’ Pacific strategy and work out to the supreme benefit of China. What’s Chuuk?
2:25 [Strategic Culture] (E)
Defections from Pax Americana Coming Louder and Faster
It seems everyday I wake up and see another instance of defections coming from US allies over the behavior of some corner of the Trump Administration. Over the weekend Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte hit back strongly at US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs Randall Schriver who told Duterte to “think very carefully” about acquiring a Russian submarine...
19:34 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Australia PM Turnbull Ousted, To Be Replaced With Morrison; Aussie Dollar Spikes
One day after Australia slumped into a leadership crisis, when prime minister Malcolm Turnbull found that his support has collapsed, moments ago Liberal party lawmakers voted to oust Malcolm Turnbull, deepening political instability that’s seen six changes of prime minister in little more than a decade, Sky News reported. Turnbull will be replaced with Treasurer Scott Morrison, a far more market-friendly alternative than the more right-wing Peter Dutton, who had been cited as Turnbull`s most likely replacement.
8:53 [Xinhua] (E)
Premier urges more efforts to develop western China
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for more efforts to boost growth momentum and improve people`s livelihood in the country`s less-prosperous western regions.
2:34 [Asia Times] (E)
Is Duterte dying?
Philippine leader has fueled speculation about his ill-health by falling from public view and suggesting he may resign less than half-way into his term
13:44 [Asia Times] (E)
China’s ‘Private Army’ prowls the ‘New Silk Road’
In 2013, there were 4,000-registered firms, employing more than 4.3 million personnel. By 2017, the figure had jumped to 5,000 with staff numbers hovering around the five-million mark. Many of these operatives are former People’s Liberation Army veterans, who have been recruited by security companies closely linked to ‘New Silk Road’ projects.
23:20 [Xinhua] (E)
Xi meets Malaysian PM, calling for better ties in new era
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in Beijing on Monday.
15:19 [RT] (E)
‘Who are you to warn us?’: Duterte hits back after US warning to stay away from Russian arms
Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, slammed Washington for telling his country what weapons to buy, but appeased the Americans by saying that the submarines it may purchase from Russia won’t be used against them.
11:32 [Press TV] (E)
Taiwan vents anger after losing another ally to China
Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen has voiced anger at Beijing’s “increasingly-out-of-control” behavior following El Salvador’s move to sever ties with her self-proclaimed government in favor of China.
7:35 [Xinhua] (E)
China releases guideline on winning battle against poverty
China released a guideline Sunday on winning the battle against poverty in the next three years to prepare the nation for eradicating poverty by 2020.
23:13 [Eurasia Future] (E)
Donglang/Doklam 2.0: Did China Make A Dummy Out Of India?
The creeping revival of last year’s Donglang/Doklam Drama proves that China did in fact make a dummy out of India at the time, but that India had in turn made a dummy out of the rest of the world by keeping up the charade that it got China to back down, the narrative of which the US is finally exposing as it “goes for the kill” and prepares to win its Hybrid War on the Indian-Chinese Partnership.
20:53 [Asia Times] (E)
Royal summons: In September, Kim to host Moon, not vice versa
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un will welcome South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang, North Korea, in September, it was announced Monday. But the choice of venue – the third time North Korea’s capital has been the site of an inter-Korean summit, unlike Seoul, which has never hosted a North Korean leader – has raised some eyebrows.
16:43 [Xinhua] (E)
China lifts more counties out of poverty
With more counties being lifted out of poverty, China has made concrete steps toward delivering the country`s goal of completely eliminating poverty by 2020.
14:49 [Xinhua] (E)
Chinese leaders send congratulatory messages to Cambodia`s Hun Sen on election victory
General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory message to president of the ruling Cambodian People`s Party Samdech Techo Hun Sen for his party`s victory in the recent general elections.
10:59 [Xinhua] (E)
From plans to actions, Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area development proceeds
For Li Zhiping, a bus driver commuting between Guangdong and Hong Kong, the Humen Bridge is his most frequent route. But not for long. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, about to open soon, will cut the travel time between the two areas from three hours to 30 minutes.
10:22 [Xinhua] (E)
Reform, opening up break new ground for China: article
Reform and opening up have broken new ground for China and should be advanced with resolution and courage, according to a commentary published on state media Monday.
9:10 [Sputnik] (D)
Pjöngjang und Seoul vereinbaren Gipfel im September – Yonhap
Nordkorea und Südkorea haben am Montag einen Gipfel für den September vereinbart, wie die Nachrichtenagentur Yonhap meldet.
11:51 [RT] (E)
China could build world’s longest tunnel link to Taiwan
If realized, shuttle trains would run through a 135km undersea section of the tunnel at up to 250kph by 2030 from China to Taiwan, which Beijing considers a renegade province rather than an independent state.
21:12 [Strategic Culture/Wayne Madsen] (E)
The Coming Polynesian Union
A combination of colonial and post-colonial paternalism by Western industrialized countries, a rediscovery of a glorious past, and the collapse of American unipolar dominance is leading the Polynesian region of the Pacific to a future political and economic union. The Polynesian Leaders Group (PLG) is making itself felt politically and diplomatically in the Asia-Pacific region.
2:03 [New Eastern Outlook] (E)
5th round of the Ulaanbaatar Dialogues
In 2014 Mongolia initiated an international conference in Ulaanbaatar, to discuss security problems in North-East Asia, particularly on the Korean peninsula. The significance of this initiative was all the greater, since at that time almost all the channels for discussion of problems and negotiations between the two Koreas had been closed, and the six-party talks on Korean issues had been discontinued.
6:45 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s trade growth weathers US tariff headwinds
China`s goods trade went up 8.6 percent year on year to 16.72 trillion yuan (about 2.45 trillion U.S. dollars) in the January-July period of this year, customs data showed Wednesday.
5:24 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s service trade hits new high in H1
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Tuesday the country`s service trade rose 8.5 percent year on year to stand at 2.53 trillion yuan (nearly 370 billion U.S. dollars) in H1.
22:40 [New Eastern Outlook/F.William Engdahl] (E)
Why West Fears ‘Made in China: 2025’
The Trump administration has made the Chinese industrial transformation strategy, “Made in China: 2025,” or simply China 2025 the explicit target of its current trade war offensive against the Peoples’ Republic. Western industrial leading countries, including Germany, are understandably alarmed. Only they are ten years late, and until now have foolishly refused to collaborate with China in key developments, including of the new economic Silk Road or Belt Road Initiative. Here I want to briefly indicate what China is doing.
22:59 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s reform picks up speed in new era
About 40 years after China set sail on its voyage of reform and opening-up, the journey is still at full speed and heading towards ever greater goals.
6:02 [Xinhua] (E)
China`s additional tariff plan against U.S. products "rational and restrained": MOC
China`s new countermeasures to impose additional tariffs on about 60 billion U.S. dollars worth of products from the United States are "rational and restrained," a spokesperson with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Friday.
23:44 [NZ Herald] (E)
Kiwi activist tells of alleged beating and tasering by Israeli military
New Zealand Unite Union leader Mike Treen has returned to New Zealand, after he was reportedly tasered and beaten by Israeli military during a violent attack aboard an international campaigning ship.
9:09 [Xinhua] (E)
China signals greater focus on economic stability
A key meeting has signaled that China will put more focus on maintaining the stability of the economy in the second half of this year amid external uncertainties.
23:48 [Mirast news] (F)
‘Une Invasion’: Pékin met en garde les Etats-Unis d’Amérique contre le détachement de marines à l’ambassade de Taiwan
Si les Marines des Etats-Unis d’Amérique sont envoyés pour garder l’ambassade de facto à Taiwan, l’American Institute à Taiwan (AIT), ils pourraient être traités par Pékin comme une « subversion sévère » et même « une invasion de l’armée des Etats-Unis d’Amérique sur le sol chinois », a mis en garde un éditorial du dimanche dans les médias d’État chinois.
7:56 [Xinhua] (E)
Premier Li stresses sustainable development, prosperity in Tibet
Premier Li Keqiang has stressed sustainable development and the improvement of people`s livelihood while visiting southwest China`s Tibet Autonomous Region.
2:49 [Antiwar] (E)
US Resisting Pushes by North, South Korea to End War
65 years after the 1953 armistice that stopped the open fighting of the Korean War, the nations involved still haven’t replaced it with a permanent peace treaty. This means that the Korean War is still technically ongoing, 68 years later. That’s apparently where the US intends for it to stay.
2:01 [Xinhua] (E)
Political advisors pool wisdom for developing Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area
Chinese national political advisors convened a bi-weekly seminar on Friday to advise on the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
23:53 [Hankyoreh] (E)
[Reportage, Part 4-1] The lowest rungs of labor in 21st century South Korea
A close and disturbing look at the life of night shift factory workers
10:54 [Xinhua] (E)
Premier Li calls for healthy, stable China-Japan ties
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday met with Tadamori Oshima, speaker of the House of Representatives of the Japanese parliament, calling for a healthy and stable bilateral relationship.
23:35 [Pars today] (F)
Des leçons de la Corée du Nord pour Trump
La méfiance de Pyongyang serait due aux fausses promesses de Trump. Ce dernier pense, à tort ou à raison, que des jeux « gagnant-gagnant » ou « perdant-perdant » peuvent garantir les intérêts des États-Unis. Après le sommet de Singapour, le secrétaire d’État américain Mike Pompeo avait estimé que la Corée du Nord était toujours une menace et que les sanctions contre cette dernière devaient être renouvelées encore un an. Pyongyang s’en était bien douté et avait transmis un message à Trump disant qu’« il ne ferait pas de concession sans en obtenir ».
14:43 [RT] (D)
Wissenschaftler: Taiwan sollte sich auf Rückzug der USA von der "First Island Chain" vorbereiten
Berichte besagen, dass die gegenwärtige US-Regierung mehr Unterstützung für Taiwans Regierung signalisiert hat. Ein taiwanesischer Wissenschaftler meinte am Sonntag hingegen, dass die Republik China in ihrer Verteidigung nicht mehr auf Washington zählen könne.
23:45 [Xinhua] (E)
China strengthens military-civilian relations ahead of Army Day
The Ministry of Veteran Affairs and the Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission have issued a joint circular to promote military-civilian relations across the country.
18:06 [Oriental Review] (E)
The US-North Korea Conundrum. Where Does The Truth Lie?
On July 7, The New York Times reported that North Korea accused the US of a “gangster-like demand for denuclearization”, even as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called talks productive. One should not be at all surprised at this statement. The hand writing, and now the hand wringing, were clearly on the wall. When two leaders meet with wildly opposing agendas, the outcome can only be, as Rudyard Kipling famously said, “East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet”
8:04 [Xinhua] (E)
China slams senior US official`s remarks on trade dispute
China Thursday refuted the remarks made by a senior U.S. official who blamed China for the bilateral trade dispute, saying his words distorted the facts.
1:34 [Xinhua] (E)
China vows to further improve business environment
China will work to tackle the weak areas in its business environment to further improve overall competitiveness and sustain the sound momentum of steady economic performance, the State Council`s executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Wednesday.
20:40 [Stratediplo] (F)
la guerre de Corée n`aura pas lieu
La peur des États-Unis a rapproché les deux Corée.
0:30 [Voltairenet] (E)
China over-saturated with evangelical missionaries
The People’s Republic of China, which for a long time now has had to tackle the sect of Falun Gong], is horrified to discover the resurgence of the “Return to Jerusalem Movement”.
1:15 [Investmentwatchblog] (E)
Trump Received Shocking Personal Note From Kim Jong Un – This Changes Everything!
.. . it appears that President Trump just received a very heartfelt note from Kim Jong Un, promising a very, very bright future. Here’s the letter’s text in full:
17:24 [Asialyst] (F)
Birmanie : la crise humanitaire oubliée dans l`État Kachin
Entre l’Armée Indépendante Kachin (KIA) et l’armée birmane, le cessez-le-feu avaient duré dix-sept ans dans l’État Kachin, au nord-est de la Birmanie. Il fut rompu le 9 juin 2011. Depuis, la situation est de plus en plus préoccupante. Quant aux espoirs placés dans le gouvernement d’Aung San Suu Kyi pour rétablir la paix, ils se sont évanouis.
17:24 [Voltaire Netzwerk] (D)
China durch seine evangelischen Missionare überfordert
Die Volksrepublik China, die lange mit der Falun Gong-Sekte konfrontiert war, entdeckt mit Entsetzen das Wiederaufleben der „Zurück zu Jerusalem“ Bewegung. Diese evangelischen Sekte war in den 1920er Jahren in der Provinz Shandong (im Nordosten Chinas) mächtig, eine Region mit einer synkretistischen religiösen Tradition. Sie verschwand mit der nationalistischen Revolution und taucht heute wieder auf, vor allem in der chinesischen Diaspora in Afrika.
13:38 [Xinhua] (E)
Xi`s remarks chart course for cross-Strait relations: Taiwan affairs official
The remarks made by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Friday have charted the course for relations across the Taiwan Strait, Taiwan affairs official Liu Jieyi said Saturday.
4:34 [Xinhua] (E)
Xi asks central, state organs to uphold central leadership
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, told the central and state organs to take the lead in safeguarding the authority and centralized, unified leadership of the CPC Central Committee.
2:19 [Asia Times] (E)
New charter could extend Duterte’s rule until 2030
Proposed Philippine constitution would replace central with federal rule, but would also potentially allow Duterte to dodge current legal term limits
2:16 [Mirast news] (F)
L’Asie répond à la guerre commerciale de Trump en formant le plus grand bloc économique du monde
Le Partenariat économique régional global (PERG, RCEP) est en train de devenir le plus grand bloc économique du monde en termes de population. Les politiques protectionnistes de l’administration Trump ont incité les pays d’Asie-Pacifique à s’associer et à former un front uni.
1:59 [Xinhua] (E)
Shanghai rolls out 100 measures to further expand opening-up
The Shanghai municipal government Tuesday introduced a total of 100 new measures covering five areas in a bid to further expand the city`s opening-up.
1:26 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Beijing Orders State Media "Not To Use Aggressive Language" For Trump
With a China-US trade war now under way, China`s natural impulse was to lash out against Trump, not only in the state-controlled media, but also in statements by top ranking officials, such as an angry diatribe by the Sinochem chairman, who quoted Michelle Obama, saying "when they go low, we go high."
2:12 [Strategika 51] (F)
Pékin de plus en plus conscient du danger
La Chine a bien mené sa propre et véritable révolution militaire asymétrique et alternative.La Chine poursuit une politique pacifique basée sur le développement économique mais sa montée en puissance mondiale la désigne de facto comme une cible à détruire.
18:07 [Eurasia Future] (E)
The US Claims to Have Made Progress During Latest DPRK Meeting – Pyongyang Says Atmosphere Was “Regrettable”
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has just concluded another round of high level talks with DPRK officials in Pyongyang.
17:01 [Xinhua] (E)
DPRK regrets U.S. "gangster-like" attitude at high-level talks
The Democratic People`s Republic of Korea (DPRK) lashed out at the U.S. "gangster-like" attitude when demanding denuclearization at the high-level talks between the two countries on Friday and Saturday, saying it was "no doubt regrettable."
15:44 [Sputnik Deutschland] (D)
Trump verspricht Nordkorea „lichtvolle Zukunft“
Laut dem US-Außenminister Mike Pompeo hat Präsident Donald Trump Nordkorea „eine lichtvolle Zukunft“ versprochen und eine dafür notwendige Bedingung genannt.
15:36 [Asia Times] (E)
Why Duterte can’t quit China
Entering his third year in office, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte faces a rising uproar over his increasingly contested foreign policy, with different political factions pulling the country in opposed geopolitical directions. Duterte has gradually abandoned the country’s policy of equilateral balancing vis-à-vis great powers, namely by refusing to overtly side with America or China, in favor of a strategic leaning towards Beijing.
15:35 [Land Destroyer] (E)
Militants Threaten China`s OBOR Initiative in Myanmar
The BBC has mounted a recent propaganda campaign aimed at once again placing pressure on Myanmar`s military, within a wider effort to drive a wedge between Myanmar and China.
1:38 [Fort Russ] (E)
Chinese Navy ready to match US fleet
There is “a considerable chance” that the Chinese Navy will have seven aircraft carriers instead of four by 2025 because of defense program being developed,” according to an article in The Diplomat magazine.
23:24 [German Foreign Policy] (D)
Einflusskämpfe im Westpazifik (II) - Kolonien bis in die Gegenwart
Die Bundesregierung bemüht sich um den Ausbau der Beziehungen zu der strategisch rasch an Bedeutung gewinnenden Inselregion des Südwestpazifik. Hintergrund ist die zunehmende Rivalität zwischen den Vereinigten Staaten und China, in der Washington die Region als "Tor in den Indo-Pazifik" begreift. Aktuell beteiligt sich die Bundeswehr an einem US-geführten Manöver im Pazifik.
2:20 [Association d`amitiè franco-coréenne] (F)
Non, la Corée du Nord n’a pas rompu ses engagements pris lors du sommet de Singapour
Dès l’annonce du sommet de Singapour, nous observions qu’une partie des médias occidentaux, relayant des positions anti-Donald Trump et anti-Corée du Nord, ferait tout pour torpiller le fragile processus de discussion venant de s’établir entre Washington et Pyongyang.
14:55 [Activist Post] (E)
US Military Officially Ends 70-Year Presence in South Korea’s Capital City
The US military has formally ended a 70-year presence in the South Korean capital of Seoul on Friday, with the opening of a new military headquarters further south in the city of Pyeongtaek. The US has had forces in Seoul since shortly after World War 2. The new base is farther south, and therefore out of the range of North Korean artillery.
1:05 [Strategika 51] (F)
Corée du Nord: hausse de la production militaire et création de nouvelles unités
La collecte de renseignement humain (Humint) en provenance de la Corée du Nord est quasiment impossible. Pour des raisons assez faciles à deviner, les « révélations » de dissidents ou autres déserteurs n’ont jamais été fiables. Reste le renseignement électronique (Elint) et selon les dernières données collectées, il semblerait que la Corée du Nord est en train d’accélerer ce que l’on pourrait assimiler à une révolution des affaires militaires suivant ses propres moyens.
17:35 [German Foreign Policy] (E)
Struggle for Influence in the Western Pacific (I) - A more Independent Foreign Policy
The US-led RIMPAC 2018, the world`s largest naval maneuver, began yesterday with German soldiers participating. According to the US Navy, the naval exercise will also include operations in the Western Pacific. The region of the Southwest Pacific islands will thus come into focus, which - even though largely ignored by the European public - has been gaining significant global influence. On the one hand, the influence of Western countries has shrunk recently, while that of their strategic rivals, such as Russia and China, has significantly grown.
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