A new survey shows that international opinion of China has dropped as governments continue to apply diplomatic pressure. By Amy Mackinnon, Darcy Palder and Colum Lynch Public attitudes toward China have turned sharply sour over the past year, according to a new report published on Tuesday by the Pew Research Center, amid widespread
President Muhammadu Buhari has explained to China that the federal government has plans to lift over 100 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2030. This was made known in a statement on Monday by Special Adviser to the President, (Media and Publicity),Femi Adesina. Buhari stated this in his letter of congratulation to
The U.S. and China relationship remains tense. The global devastation of Covid-19 provided a flashpoint for recriminations as countries quarrel about who should have done more. Geopolitical risks rise further as Americans go to the polls in November and China’s President, Xi Jinping, aims to sustain nationalism as the economy
When the United Nations General Assembly met in 2007 to vote on North Korea’s human rights record, only 10 of the 56 African countries voted with the U.S.-led western coalition. The overwhelming majority followed China – either by voting against or abstaining from the resolution. This has not always been the case.
China will showcase new warships, including nuclear submarines and destroyers, at a parade next week, marking the 70th anniversary of its navy's founding, a senior army commander says. The naval parade by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) on April 22-25 will feature a total of 32 vessels and 39 aircraft, China's deputy naval commander
Xi Jinping's China seems destined to challenge US technological supremacy in key fields such as AI, supercomputing and quantum information science. By Adam Ni Chinese President Xi Jinping wants to transform China’s military into the world’s most powerful force by 2050. And he could be on track to do it. On the opening day
The top military leaders of the United States and China signed an agreement here today that they said will improve communication between their militaries and reduce the chances of miscalculations. Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Gen. Fang Fenghui of the Chinese army, chief