Tag: China

US criticizes China for arrest of Ai Weiwei: A camel cannot see the crookedness of its neck

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US criticizes China for arrest of Ai Weiwei: A camel cannot see the crookedness of its neck

The unrest in the Arab world is making China paranoid. Lately, China is cracking down on its dissidents including the recent arrest of Ai Weiwei, a famous and respected artist known for his criticism of the Chinese government.   As usual, the US government was one of the first to criticize China. The Chinese government […]

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West turns on their new friend Ghaddafi: Pretend you are dead and you will see who really loves you

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on March 11, 2011 0 Comments
West turns on their new friend Ghaddafi: Pretend you are dead and you will see who really loves you

France has recognized the rebel group in Libya. This move shows the eyes of French  imperialism in Africa. France is known for its addiction to oil and its involvement with dictators in oil-rich African countries such as Gabon, Republic of Congo, and Angola. And behind the French government is hidden the French oil mafia that often supports […]

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Opposition leaders being arrested in Iran: Once the snake’s head is cut off, the rest is a rope

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 2, 2011 0 Comments
Opposition leaders being arrested in Iran: Once the snake’s head is cut off, the rest is a rope

China and Iran are very nervous right now. Demands for more freedom in North Africa and the Middle East are a threat to the most repressive regime in the world. In Iran, opposition leaders were arrested as a measure to prevent protests. For sure, what is going on in the Middle East and North Africa […]

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Food aid may ease tension in North Korea: If you put a bone in the dog’s mouth, it doesn’t bark

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on November 24, 2010 0 Comments
Food aid may ease tension in North Korea: If you put a bone in the dog’s mouth, it doesn’t bark

The world is holding its breath over the North Korean attack on South Korea. The worst fear is a reality today. Is it pure coincidence that, last week, the world was shocked to know that North Korea has an advanced nuclear facility, and today, only days later, it attacked its neighbor? A fearless regime is […]

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Devaluation of the dollar and the yuan a bad move: Every head has its own kind of headache

Filed in Business, Current affairs, Economy, foreign affairs by on November 12, 2010 0 Comments
Devaluation of the dollar and the yuan a bad move: Every head has its own kind of headache

The climate at the G20 meeting in South Korea is one of division and finger pointing. It is seen as a war of currencies. China has been accused by the US and Europe as a manipulator of its currency, boosting its exports. Pressure on Beijing did not work. Finally, last week, the Feds decided to pump $600 […]

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China, be proud of Liu Xiaobo: The eyes are of little use if the mind be blind

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Politics by on October 10, 2010 2 Comments
China, be proud of Liu Xiaobo: The eyes are of little use if the mind be blind

The Nobel prize committee has selected the Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize. It is a shock in Beijing. Mr. Xiaobo’s fight for basic human rights and freedom of expression is very known for those who follow politics in China and the transformations happening there. It is a well deserved prize. As expected, the […]

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Precious Minerals Found in Afghanistan: A wealthy man will always have followers.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on June 15, 2010 0 Comments
Precious Minerals Found in Afghanistan: A wealthy man will always have followers.

The discovery of valuable mineral resources by US geologists in Afghanistan has been received like a bomb. Afghanistan, seen for many years as a source of opium, a country of wars, and place of poverty is seen now as a country of interest. It is not a secret that under the cover of war, there […]

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Earthquake in Dalai Lama’s Birthplace in China: A fly that dances carelessly in front of a spider’s web, risks the wrath of the spider’s teeth.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Tragedy by on April 19, 2010 0 Comments
Earthquake in Dalai Lama’s Birthplace in China: A fly that dances carelessly in front of a spider’s web, risks the wrath of the spider’s teeth.

The earthquake in China has killed hundreds of people. The Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader, appealed to the Chinese government to allow him to visit the devastated region where he was born. Sometimes, in times of sorrow and tragedy, people overcome their differences and get together. But, the Dalai Lama should know that he is […]

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Obama vs. China: If you borrow from an eagle, you will always be looking up in the sky.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on February 5, 2010 0 Comments
Obama vs. China: If you borrow from an eagle, you will always be looking up in the sky.

The Chinese government warned President Obama not to meet the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader. Last week’s news about the US selling weapons to Taiwan has mounted tension between both countries.  China is a growing economy while the US “empire” is declining, which gives China more ability to challenge the US. Plus, the US has […]

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Weapons to Taiwan: To get rid of anger, first weed out the bitter roots.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on January 31, 2010 0 Comments
Weapons to Taiwan: To get rid of anger, first weed out the bitter roots.

China has reacted angrily to the news that the US may sell weapons to Taiwan. For those who follow international news, if you want to get the anger of the Chinese government, deal with Taiwan or Tibet. The roots of this animosity between “brothers” make Taiwan paranoid about the idea of China invading their country. The […]

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