Beijing’s 12-point proposal is a broad-brush plan for an end to hostilities which positions China as a key power broker.
Comparisons have been made to the 1989 demonstrations that led to the Tiananmen Square massacre. An expert on Chinese protests explains why that is half right.
Charles Michel, president of the European Council, will meet the Chinese leader at a time of tension over European and US relations with Beijing.
The upcoming trial of publisher Jimmy Lai is seen as a symbol of the erosion of freedom of speech in Hong Kong.
Canberra and Beijing’s assessments of their interests remain far from aligned. But as Albanese himself said, simply ‘having the meeting is a successful outcome’.
China’s need for private security services in Africa has grown significantly as Beijing increases its investment in the continent.
Beijing 2022 is on track to be the most politically-charged games ever.
China’s statist logic or market organisation is shared by the likes of South Africa, Brazil, India, Russia and even South Korea.
It was tiny dust that turned the sky orange.
A primer on Sinovac, Sinopharm and CanSino, and their prospects for achieving a world first for coronavirus.
Melbourne isn’t the only place suffering under a second lockdown. It’s happening across the world as the virus surges in countries that were initially successful in flattening the curve.
A rapid launch of tracing and testing combined with localised lockdowns aims to keep the virus under control until a vaccine is found.
The strong crisis management in Wuhan will probe the capacity of the Chinese government to prepare adequately for pandemic and may test Xi’s rule.
A bill making its way through the US Congress seeks to tighten scrutiny of Hong Kong’s autonomy. But it will do little to resolve the situation.
Investigation of the brains of children and young adults who died suddenly in Mexico City revealed amyloid plaques similar to those found in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Why a spontaneous popular movement emerged in Hong Kong.
Rapidly growing metropolises like Beijing, Jakarta and Ho Chi Minh City are struggling to protect residents against tobacco. Life-saving policies in rich countries may be partially to blame.
The message to foreign firms is that you’ve got at least as good a chance of winning in a Chinese court as in your own country.
Why opportunities should be found to advance cooperation between Africa, China and the US as confidence building measures in US-China relations.
Mandela did not make the decision to jettison Taiwan and recognise China. He adhered to a decision by the governing ANC.