Kinling Lo is a China reporter covering diplomacy and society news for the Post. She joined the team in 2016 as a cadet reporter.
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Chinese leader also highlighted the country’s role in keeping the global supply chain running during the Covid-19 pandemic in speech to UN transport conference.
There may be signs of a thaw but tensions won’t significantly ease in the foreseeable future, according to international relations expert Shi Yinhong.
Call would come after European Union leadership talks last week on how the bloc should engage with China going forward.
Beijing’s envoy urges US to agree to a monitoring mechanism, continuing the finger-pointing after the nations traded barbs over the coronavirus’ origins.
The meeting between foreign policy chief Yang Jiechi and National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan struck a different tone to March’s testy encounter in Alaska
Chinese envoy Zhang Jun blames UN cash crunch on ‘major contributor’ with long-term unpaid dues, in apparent reference to the US.
Chinese and European Council presidents expected to hold talks as early as this month, according to EU official, amid rising tension over human rights and economic practices.
Instead of empty slogans, US should restart UN resolutions and ‘revise sanctions related to humanitarian aspects’, Beijing says.
Foreign ministry says rules are to protect people and apply to everyone after ambassador last week hit out at tough visa rules that have stranded thousands of Indians.
Think tank says its survey shows hawkish framing by Brussels could repel more voters than it attracts among EU member states.
Differences with members of the trade pact, notably Australia and Japan, may prevent China winning the backing needed, but there could be diplomatic benefits.
France ‘notes and regrets’ end of its submarine deal with Australia and will convene EU summit on European defence.
Chinese president sends letter acknowledging strenuous mission and heavy responsibilities of frontline troops.
Vietnam is likely to continue its pragmatic balancing act between the two powers, and remain a reliable partner to all, say analysts.
Nicolas Chapuis warned his ‘biases’ could hurt ties, after comments on China’s ‘changing’ diplomacy, EU sanctions and row over Taipei’s office in Lithuania.
Qin Gang urges an end to ‘cold war mentality’ and more communication to help the two sides handle differences constructively.
Counterterrorism and stability measures will continue in the remote region which shares a border with the war-torn country.
Amid the turmoil of the American departure and the Taliban takeover, shops have shut and the ‘rules of the game have been broken’.
Yue Xiaoyong tells a Chinese news portal that the militant group ‘like to exchange ideas and listen to what people say and explain things’.
Embassy in Washington denounces ‘unscientific’ report for ‘scapegoating’ China and warns it will prompt violence and discrimination.
As the Taliban take Afghanistan, a narrow strip of shared border has China worried about spillover in Xinjiang, given the militant group’s ties with Uygur separatists.
Analyst says situation is now ‘clearly worse’ for workers on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor projects.
Beijing fears instability in Afghanistan could pose a threat via other neighbouring countries such as Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
Following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul, Beijing has identified stopping conflict spilling into its far western region of Xinjiang as a top priority.
As the world criticises chaotic US withdrawal, Beijing has strengthened its border with the country and met Taliban leaders.
Ambassador Javid Ahmad Qaem proposes ways in which China’s relations in the region can be used to influence the situation in its troubled neighbouring country.
Tehran’s security chief says its membership application is now down to formalities.
A report has identified rights allegations involving Chinese companies in the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America and Africa.
Science ministry releases draft update on safety, body disposal and environmental controls in experimental facilities.
Against a backdrop of increasing pressure on international news outlets, an adviser to the Hainan free port advocates more interaction.