Free trade? sounds fair Stock Journal (blog) The transformation of China from a closed economy, suspicious of the outside world, to a semi-market economy keen to engage with the world has sharply reduced the risk of conflict.
International analysis – China's regional disputes with Japan and what they mean Andean Airmail & PERUVIAN TIMES Both sides have fueled the conflict through maritime posturing, and China recently sent in a drone.
AsiaOne China sends troops to border with conflict-torn Myanmar: media Reuters The intensification of the conflict has cast doubt on the intentions of Myanmar's government, which is led by former generals who have been praised for reforms in other...
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