US China Relations

War Is Coming: What the Politicians Can't and Won't Tell Us

Jason Holmes | Posted 18.11.2013 | UK Politics
Jason Holmes

A third world war - nuclear or conventional - is a good bet and not far off and, other than to make another cup of tea, nothing can be done to stop the next global convulsion...

An Armed Peaceful Rise

Giovanni Vimercati | Posted 29.05.2013 | UK Politics
Giovanni Vimercati

Coming after the U.S., China is not only the second biggest economy but also the second bigger military spender. It would appear that military spending parallels economic might.

Jessica Elgot

'The World Must Adapt To China'

HuffingtonPost.com | Jessica Elgot | Posted 10.11.2012 | UK

China is undergoing a once-in-a-decade leadership transition as the Communist Party selects its new president to lead what could soon be the most powe...

Jessica Elgot

Basketball And A Pop Star Wife: Meet China's Next Leader

HuffingtonPost.com | Jessica Elgot | Posted 08.11.2012 | UK

He loves basketball, he's married to a women almost as famous as him, and he is just about to become one of the most powerful people on the planet - b...

The Leadership Change That Matters Most To The World?

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 06.11.2012 | UK

The man many consider to be the most important leader in the world will take the reins of power this week - but he won't be sitting in the White House...

Obama Meets Chinese Leader on Valentine's Day: How About Some Love for Tibet?

Adele Wilde-Blavatsky | Posted 15.04.2012 | UK Politics
Adele Wilde-Blavatsky

Let's hope Obama remembers these wise words and upholds humanity's noble ideals to Xi, even if he finds it very 'hard' to do so. Otherwise Obama, will come across like a cheesy, expensive Valentine's card: all lovehearts and endearing words but no real passion or commitment.

An Even Match

Anshuman Rawat | Posted 07.03.2012 | UK Politics
Anshuman Rawat

A November 2011 report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a US congressional advisory panel, urged the White House and US Congress to scrutinize China's military expansion and pushed for a tougher stance against, what it dubbed as, anticompetitive Chinese trade policies.