The Chinese public is more confident in Beijing’s economic power and global leadership.
India’s “accidental” firing of a missile into Pakistan has serious implications for relations between the nuclear powers.
Record high gas prices under Biden are taking a toll on the pocketbooks of Americans.
Russia has eclipsed Iran, becoming the most sanctioned country after the invasion of Ukraine last month.
Uganda’s airport expansion deal with China is yet another cautionary tale about Chinese lending.
In a tweet posted on Thursday evening Eastern Standard Time, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba claimed that a fire has broken out at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant — the largest in Ukraine and Europe as a whole. Kuleba warned that if an explosion takes place at the site, it would be “10 times larger” than the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. He blamed the fire on Russian army attacks and called for the immediate establishment of a security zone to allow firefighters to access the facility. https://twitter.com/DmytroKuleba/status/1499543775240196099? The ZNPP is home to six of Ukraine’s 15 active nuclear reactors, according to the…
Turkish drones are making their mark in yet another conflict zone, striking Russian forces in Ukraine.
The C919’s struggles show that China’s path toward technological independence is filled with obstacles.
The Russia-Ukraine war could trigger food shortages and drive up food inflation in import-dependent countries.
Studies reveal that the true amount of sovereign debt owed by recipients of Chinese lending is vastly underreported.