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China’s Trouble with the Neighbors (Project Syndicate)

by Zhu Feng BEIJING – China’s “good neighbor” policy is under unprecedented pressure; indeed, it is at its nadir since the Cold War’s end. One after another, frictions with neighboring countries have arisen recently. From the territorial disputes with Vietnam and the Philippines in the South China Sea to tensions with Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand, … Continue reading

China’s African Mischief (Project Syndicate)

by Yuriko Koike OKYO – As Libya’s National Transitional Council attempts to establish a functioning government for a newly liberated country, the truth about what went on under Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s regime is starting to come to light. Various treasures have been unearthed from Tripoli mansions that were hastily vacated by their owners, and what … Continue reading

NATO’s War on Libya is Directed against China: AFRICOM and the Threat to China’s National Energy Security (GlobalResearch)

  by F. William Engdahl The Washington-led decision by NATO to bomb Gaddafi’s Libya into submission over recent months, at an estimated cost to US taxpayers of at least $1 billion, has little if anything to do with what the Obama Administration claims was a mission to “protect innocent civilians.” In reality it is part … Continue reading

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei’s Regular Press Conference on September 19, 2011

On the afternoon of September 19, 2011, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei held a regular press conference. Hong Lei started the press conference with the following announcements: At the invitation of the governments of France and the UK, State Councillor Dai Bingguo will have consultations in France and chair China-UK Strategic Dialogue in the UK … Continue reading

Rebels set deadline for city to surrender (Kansas)

BY ROY GUTMAN McClatchy Newspapers BENGHAZI, Libya — Libya’s rebel government issued an ultimatum Tuesday to backers of ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi: Give up the city of Sirte by Saturday or face a military assault, with the almost certain backing of NATO airpower. A week after Tripoli fell and a day after Gadhafi’s wife and … Continue reading

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