Tag: Xi Jinping

Duterte’s Canada “War” Remarks Are a Clever Signal That China-Philippine Relations Remain Positive

As part of his pro-environmental strategy for The Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte plans to send back piles of literal rubbish that Canadian sanitation companies have shipped to The Philippines for recycling. In spite of the fact that the rubbish was supposedly recyclable, investigators in The Philippines have found that much […]

Xi Visiting Italy is The 21st Century Version of Nixon’s Visit to China

Italy and China have healthy relations and clearly there is little cultural nor ideological animosity between two countries whose political predecessors once book-ended the ancient silk roads. By contrast, in the early 1970s, the US did not have formal diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China and both countries […]

Wang Yi Expresses China’s Desire For Increased Cooperation With Multiple Global Partners

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has spoken at a lengthy press conference during the Two Sessions. Speaking for around two hours, Wang outlined China’s goals to enhance cooperation with multiple partners in a spirit that combines issue-by-issue problem solving with the material benefits of Belt and Road […]

The Events in Venezuela Will Have no Impact on The Hanoi Summit Between Kim Jong-un And Donald Trump

In 1950, when war broke out in Korea, China played a decisive role in assuring that the government in Pyongyang would ultimately survive the war, even if DPRK’s (North Korea’s) capital itself was physically destroyed by US lead UN forces. In spite of China having barely recovered from its own […]