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China on the back foot in showdown with the Philippines

The U.S. was not amused, however, with the unconventional action of the Chinese troops.
By The Singapore Post Jul. 17, 2024

My message to the new world

Russia is a valued strategic ally and neighbor to Iran and my administration will remain committed to expanding and enhancing our cooperation.
By Masoud Pezeshkian Jul. 16, 2024

China’s BRI reaches a dead end in Africa as USA and India step in

China has been facing domestic challenges increasingly in recent years
By Mount Kenya Times Jul. 9, 2024

Imperialism: The lesser evil

Eastern actors have been criticised for their aggressive pursuit of resources in Africa, leading to concerns about neo-colonialism and exploitation.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jul. 5, 2024

A record 15,000 millionaires to leave China in 2024, says latest report

“China is again on track to be the biggest millionaire loser globally, with an anticipated net exit of 15,200 HNWIs [high-net-worth individuals] this year, compared to 13,800 in 2023.
By The Hongkong Post Jun. 28, 2024

Understanding Chinese language, learning

Chinese is not mandatory in Zimbabwe. Enrolling at the Confucius Institute is voluntary - and people pay for the learning -
By Kelly Zvomuya and Tichaona Zindoga Jun. 28, 2024

Civil society should play more role in Zim-China relations

Relative to Chinese capacity, African governments' ability to negotiate effectively remains weak, often resulting in unfair deals favouring Chinese interests.
By Ronald Chipaike Jun. 28, 2024

China’s Tightening Grip on Rare Earth Elements Threatens the World

However, China currently holds a stranglehold over the global supply chain for these indispensable elements.
By Directus Jun. 27, 2024

Understanding Chinese language learning, assistance to Zim

China, which has a longstanding and acknowledged non-interference policy, sets up projects and assist only at the request of the countries and does not impose itself.
By Tichaona Zindoga Jun. 27, 2024