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As Russian military troop Wagner Group sets in and supports the local junta, China faces a complex position - their economic projects may steadily reap with Russia’s security control or become diluted in competition.
Seven years after entering China, the US-based LinkedIn shut down its China-focused job application, marking the exit of the last Western social media network to cease running in China.
North Korea poses a significant cyber threat to the United States with its espionage cyber programs and attack systems, while it also remains a potential catalyst for conflict in the world, aided by China’s powerful arms support.
Critics say that Taro Aso's three-day visit to Taiwan might displease China, particularly with the “woof-warrior” styled Wang Yi now serving as the Foreign Minister.
Beijing relies on state intervention to ensure that foreign competition does not erode the competitiveness of state-owned enterprises, which is in conflict with U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's proposal of “healthy competition.”
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, introduced in July 2013, aims at giving landlocked China the access to international markets through the Gwadar port, but some critics say it has contributed to Pakistan's economic troubles domestically.
Morrison Lee, the Taiwanese businessman accused by China for being “a spy”, revealed that he had been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), during the long years of detention in China.