Diplomacy

 

China accused Britain on Saturday of making false accusations, engaging in "wanton stigmatisation," and conducting arbitrary arrests following the unexplained death of a man charged with

China's Consulate General in Marseille has registered a complaint with France after a bus carrying a Chinese tour group in the southern city was targeted, resulting in minor injuries to some

 

Belgium's Foreign Affairs Minister, Hadja Lahbib, revealed on Friday that Belgian citizens might soon be relieved from the requirement of obtaining a visa for short trips to China.

China has issued a warning to Europe, urging them not to engage in any official exchanges or support "independence forces" in Taiwan. The warning comes ahead of Taiwanese Foreign

 

A recent survey conducted by consultants Roland Berger for the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU reveals that most Chinese companies operating in the European Union still perceive

When an alleged Chinese spy balloon flew over the United States in February, some US officials believed that the incursion would spur the US government into taking actions against China.

 

In a recent development, a Hong Kong court has cleared the charges against an American politician who voluntarily reported bringing a firearm into the city's airport, labeling it as "an honest

 

El crudo estadounidense cayó este lunes casi un 20%, por debajo de los 15 dólares el barril en Asia, un nuevo mínimo en más de dos décadas, debido al desplome de la

  

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. denied on Wednesday any agreement with China concerning the removal of a grounded warship functioning as a military outpost in the South China

As Europe looks to declare its tech independence by becoming a leader in next-generation batteries, it will have to start by making its own graphite. The problem is, nearly all of it now comes

 

According to Kyodo news agency, China's top diplomat Wang Yi recently suggested the idea of holding high-level official talks with Japan and South Korea during a meeting with the Japanese

Amid fears of a Big Brother-style society ruled by machines, the EU will urge authorities and companies to think hard before rolling out facial recognition technology.

 

Yesterday, Pope Francis gave his approval for the installation of Bishop Joseph Shen Bin as the new bishop of Shanghai, despite the Vatican's criticism of China for transferring him without

Google and the EU have a big day in court Wednesday as the search engine giant enters a new phase of a legal saga that began a decade ago.