Bragging China cannot impose conditions on others, lambasts Australian Foreign Secretary

Bragging China cannot impose conditions on others, lambasts Australian Foreign Secretary

Canberra/Beijing: Australian Foreign Secretary, Frances Adamson, lambasted China in stern words, ‘The Chinese might has increased on the international level over the last few years. Therefore, China has started feeling that it can impose conditions and rules on other countries. This clearly indicates that China has misconstrued its might. China has still a fair distance […]

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UK should form Indo-Pacific centric policy to counter Chinese influence, appeals renowned British thinktank

UK should form Indo-Pacific centric policy to counter Chinese influence, appeals renowned British thinktank

London: The United Kingdom should make its foreign policy, Indo-Pacific centric, against the background of the changing global scenario. A renowned British thinktank appealed that the United Kingdom should create a democratic opponent on the military, economic and diplomatic level, to challenge the Chinese influence. Whereas, the China-linked group, disturbed with the changes in the […]

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Military Intelligence chief of US Indo-Pacific Command in Taiwan; Advanced US destroyers sail South China Sea

Military Intelligence chief of US Indo-Pacific Command in Taiwan; Advanced US destroyers sail South China Sea

Taipei/Washington: – As per reports Rear Admiral Michael Studeman, Chief of military intelligence in the US Indo-Pacific Command, visited Taiwan. The Taiwanese sources have confirmed the reports. But the US defence department has not reacted to the report. The visit of the senior US naval officer, against the background of Chinese threats of attack on […]

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15 countries sign the ‘RCEP’ agreement started with Chinese initiative: Claimed to be the biggest trade agreement in the world

15 countries sign the ‘RCEP’ agreement started with Chinese initiative: Claimed to be the biggest trade agreement in the world

Beijing: 15 countries, along with China, signed the ‘Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership’ (RCEP) agreement, in a virtual meeting held on Sunday. China had presented the concept eight years ago. But after that, two leading countries, India and the United States had decided to withdraw from the agreement. The signing of this agreement, becomes significant, while […]

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China outraged as US delists ETIM as a terrorist outfit

China outraged as US delists ETIM as a terrorist outfit

Washington/Beijing: The United States has removed the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) from the list of terrorist organisations. It informed that it was decided, as there are no credible proofs of the existence of the organisation. China expressed annoyance about the US decision and criticised that the United States has double standards, as regards to […]

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France becomes first country to appoint envoy for Indo-Pacific region

France becomes first country to appoint envoy for Indo-Pacific region

Paris: – France announced an independent policy for the Indo-Pacific two years ago and now has given indications of becoming more active in the region. French President Emmanuel Macron announced an independent Ambassador for the Indo-Pacific sector. Christophe Penot, a senior official in the French foreign department, has been given an independent charge for the […]

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Quad Nations — India, US, Australia, Japan warn China

Quad Nations — India, US, Australia, Japan warn China

Tokyo: – The QUAD meeting, awaited by the whole world, of India-United States-Australia-Japan, started in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo showered severe criticism on China during an interview with an Asian magazine. US Secretary of State underlined the importance of QUAD, saying that the United States and its allies […]

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