Zhu Feng

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative is rooted in the desire to extend the benefits of its great development story

China is one of the world’s greatest development stories and its ambitious infrastructure investment plan is an attempt to extend the benefits of the country’s economic growth globally, especially to least-developed nations.

10 Oct 2018 - 6:43AM

China is one of the world’s greatest development stories and its ambitious infrastructure investment plan is an attempt to extend the benefits of the country’s economic growth globally, especially to least-developed nations.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative is rooted in the desire to extend the benefits of its great development story
Why the Trump-Kim meeting hinges on China

The US president stole international headlines when he accepted an invitation to meet the North Korean leader, but Beijing’s role as guarantor will be the difference as to whether history is truly made.

17 Mar 2018 - 1:04PM

The US president stole international headlines when he accepted an invitation to meet the North Korean leader, but Beijing’s role as guarantor will be the difference as to whether history is truly made.

Why the Trump-Kim meeting hinges on China
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China's caution to Kim is no empty threat

After nearly a month of belligerent bluster from North Korea, China appears to have had enough, ending its silence about North Korea's brinkmanship and suddenly roaring its disapproval of its ally's reckless threats. China's exceptional tough talk does not necessarily mean that it intends to abandon Kim Jong-un's regime; but, at the very least, it does suggest that a radical shift in China's policy towards North Korea might no longer be unthinkable.

12 Apr 2013 - 3:12AM

After nearly a month of belligerent bluster from North Korea, China appears to have had enough, ending its silence about North Korea's brinkmanship and suddenly roaring its disapproval of its ally's reckless threats. China's exceptional tough talk does not necessarily mean that it intends to abandon Kim Jong-un's regime; but, at the very least, it does suggest that a radical shift in China's policy towards North Korea might no longer be unthinkable.

China's caution to Kim is no empty threat