Tensions between the two countries will remain, but managed by prioritizing diplomacy. Competition in trade, technology and security; collaboration on climate, Covid-19 and nuclear proliferation. The Taiwan problem. Critical observers: Biden will re-propose Obama's "warmongering" policies.
In his new book, out on 1 December, the pontiff mentions the suffering of Xinjiang’s Muslim minority. For China, the Pope’s remarks have "no factual basis at all". The internment camps are a tragedy. For analysts, the Pope is cautious on the subject so as not to wreck the agreement on episcopal appointments.
More than 30 people have been arrested under the law. The delivery man, who is the third person formally charged, is currently in custody. As police dragged him away, he shouted: “Spread the news, democracy is cultivated with blood and sweat.” Another indicted man, Tony Chung, was allegedly beaten in detention.
China will be the third country, after the United States and Russia, to obtain lunar material which is needed to study the origin and history of the solar system. Chang'e 5 is expected to take samples from the volcanic area of Mons Rümker (in the Oceanus Procellarum).
The choice of Antony Blinken as Secretary of State is read in this direction. The Chinese are hoping for a change of approach after the Trump era, marked by unpredictability. The US Congress wants to maintain a hard line towards the Asian giant. The incumbent president initiates the transition process.
Growth should reach an estimated of 1.8 per cent by the end of 2020. This positive figure was achieved thanks to rising exports in the first nine months of the year (+ 4.2 per cent). Taiwan’s democratic model is an alternative to China's authoritarian system. South Korea and Japan are in trouble.
Officially he would be the first bishop ordained according to the provisional agreement between China and the Vatican. The new bishop is considered very obedient to the government's religious policy. He is a member of the Standing Committee of the National Patriotic Association.
Barcodes have been used in China since the outbreak of the pandemic: the green color allows you to move around the country. Humanitarian Organizations: Dangers to Privacy. The Chinese president wants a "shared cyber community" globally, but the US is pushing to boycott Beijing's internet technology.
The three, former leaders of "Occupy Central", admit that they organized and incited a demonstration against the police on June 21, 2019, in the midst of opposition to the extradition law, which was then withdrawn by the government. Wong: "Generations of youth go from protests to prisons to safeguard liberty for the place that we were born." Chow: " I will try to handle this bravely." For Lam, the siege of the police district was "a necessary behaviour to fight for democracy".
The journalist's secretary was also arrested. "Giggs" (Wan Yiu-sing) has a program in which he often discusses pro-democracy demonstrations and he had opened a fundraiser to help Hong Kong youth who went to Taiwan to study. Police suspect these young people are involved in secession activities.
The new ships will replace four subs, some dating back to World War Two, to face the mainland’s fleet of 76. Washington is supplying missiles and attack drones, but not submarines so far. "Outside" forces are thought to be helping Taiwan build its submarines.
Coils fitted in the uterus during botched operations have led to poor health, bleeding, incontinence, fatigue, and chronic pain that lasted decades. Complaints by women are almost always rejected.
The CPPTP takes over from the Trans-Pacific Partnership signed by the former US president and rejected by Donald Trump. China might join the pact, but any US and Taiwanese participation will likely hinder it.
Sinopharm's president says there has not been a single case of infection after inoculating officials, students and workers headed abroad. Experts have warned that taking shortcuts on internationally accepted testing standards and regulations could fuel wider public distrust of vaccines.
Deng Yuwen sees it as a warning to critics of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) who, like him, are sheltered in the United States. He was deputy editor of an official regime newspaper: he had criticized Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao for failing to implement political reforms. Like Cai Xia, a former Professor in the Party School, he called on the US to support liberals in China.