Map. History of China conflict

20 September 2018
Eight people badly injured in a knife attack broke out on Fri afternoon on a bus in Xi'an, NW China's Shaanxi province; Suspect that slashed and injured multiple people on and off the bus has been arrested by local police
China stocks lose US$514bn in a week
The political "thought" of President Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader in decades, is encapsulated in two weighty tomes and dozens of published "important speeches".
Chinese media says U.S. has 'delusions' as impact of trade war spreads
"For those who say, as some have from the White House, that we will just embed people in ZTE's board of directors our threat isn't from their business side. Our three is from their technical side" says @marcorubio
Rubio pushing legislation that would prohit ZTE Huawei from doing business in US - "These are instruments that China uses not just to steal intellectual property but have access to both military and commercial secrets"
"China is going to be a rich, a powerful and a very important country. It will be the other great power of the 21st century and beyond" says @marcorubio
"This is not about being anti-China per se," says @marcorubio "This is about having a proper balance between 2 great powers"
"We are in a defining moment for our country" says Sen. Marco Rubio "How we handle our relationship with China's increasingly aggressive government and communist party will define what is written about he 21st century"
"China's use of sharp power around the globe, including in our own hemisphere among young and emerging democracies, could potentially play a direct threat" says @marcorubio
At Capitol Hill National Security Forum, @marcorubio taking aim at China: "What we have seen is a government that at home is more repressive, more authoritarian, more enriched, more entrenched, and increasingly assertive on the world stage"
North Korea, China leaders agree to boost 'strategic, tactical' cooperation: KCNA
US pork "now faces cumulative import duties of 71 percent, not including value added tax, according to a formula published on the website of China's finance ministry last week. Cumulative duties on fruit amount to 50 percent."
China warns Washington's 'capricious' trade actions will hurt U.S. workers
China to allow North Korea airline to fly between Xi'an and Pyongyang, according to the state-run Xi'an Evening News
EU Trade Commissioner Malmstrom: We need to start working together to see how China can become more responsible in global trade system
EU Trade Commissioner Malmstrom: There are no WTO rules to address China's subsidies, dumping in markets
China set to loosen sanctions on North Korea after Kim's visit
3 month ago
Sen. Lamar Alexander to @POTUS: "You may be able to do for immigration what Nixon did for China and Reagan did for the Soviet Union."
Xi says China and NK will learn from each other and stay united for China to achieve "great rejuvenation"
Kim Jong Un: Norht Korea-China relations is as intimate and friendly as a family; Xi "gives us close and touching care, love and support"
Xi: Kim's 3 visits to China within 100 days "open a new history for China-NK leadership exchange"
China expressed regret regarding the US decision to quit the United Nations Human Rights Council, foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Wed, vowing to continue to work with other countries to healthy development of the international human rights cause
China President Xi tells North Korea's Kim with the joint efforts of two countries, Korean Peninsula will definitely be peaceful and stable
Hong Kong and China could be in danger of a financial crisis within three years
Chinese paper says Trump administration has 'blood lust' over trade
ZTE's Hong Kong shares rise after clarification of U.S. bill impact
Asian stocks pick up steam as hopes of policy support lift China
A sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defense contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia, security researchers at Symantec Corp said
U.S. shale producers warn Chinese tariffs would hit energy exports
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