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2021: A year of US warmongering against China

The Biden administration continues to heat up the new Cold War with bellicose threat, unfounded accusations, and fulfilled promises of a more multilateral approach against China

China and African countries take steps to enhance ties

Mikaela Erskog, a researcher with Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and a member of the Pan Africanism Today Secretariat, talks about the recent Eighth Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation

South Korean president Moon Jae-in South Korea declares multilateral agreement to end Korean War

South Korean president Moon Jae-in announced that the four parties in the Korean War, which ended in a stalemate in 1953, have agreed “in-principle” to formally declare its end, indicating a major step towards peace

There’s a nonsensical propaganda campaign to make China look bad in Uganda

Despite strident denials by both Ugandan and Chinese officials, an misinformation campaign is being carried out which alleges that Chinese authorities are going to take control of the Entebbe International Airport due to a loan default

Post Xi-Biden meet, what lies ahead?

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News analyzes the US establishment’s understanding of and perception of China in the aftermath of the Biden-Xi meeting. He talks about the similarities between the major political forces on the issue and the long-term US plan to encircle China.

Europe should avoid being drawn into the US’ cold war on China

The US attempts to broaden its international front to participate in a cold war with China. The dispute for Europe and the military offensive.

Women hold up half the sky: how China eradicated extreme poverty

Artist and researcher Tings Chak writes for Capire on grassroots organizing and policies to fight poverty in China.

After 3 years of house arrest in Canada, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returns to China

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, was held under house arrest in Canada over allegations of the tech giant flouting US-imposed sanctions on Iran. China continues to insist that her arrest and prosecution was political

The first coins were minted in China, suggests new research

Researchers claimed that they have discovered miniature shovel-shaped coins made up of bronze which were mass-produced in China around 2,600 years ago

“China’s successful battle against poverty is a part of its process of socialist construction”

A recent study published by the Tricontinental: Institute of Social Research provides a detailed understanding of methods and motivations behind the Chinese initiative, which has lifted more than 850 million people out of absolute poverty since 1949

As the US withdraws from Afghanistan, China forges ties with the Taliban

With no end in sight to the internal conflict in Afghanistan, China has been meeting with regional players to build a strategy which seeks to guarantee peace and stability for all

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