In the recently published 2018 Nuclear Posture Review (NPR), the United States lays bare its intention to further enhance what is already the world's most powerful nuclear deterrent.
Greater cooperation between universities and businesses is essential to nurture future generations of artificial intelligence talent in China, according to an expert.
In a matter of weeks, China has seen its image upgraded from the “revisionist state” portrayed in the United States National Security Strategy to what U.S. State Secretary Rex Tillerson calls a “new imperialist power” “reminiscent of European colonialism”.
As China's national supervision commission is expected to be established at the first session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in March, graft-busters have been polishing new "weapons" to enhance supervision.
China's push toward further opening-up promises to be a game-changer that could help usher in a new era in global trade, international cooperation and globalization, experts said.
In January, the follower of a micro blog dedicated to fighting the sexual abuse of children in China, posted a report claiming a man was suspected of molesting children under the guise of childrenswear models. An in-depth media investigation subsequently found a criminal chain producing and selling child pornography.
Environmental impact assessment reports are necessary for almost all infrastructure and construction projects, and they have undoubtedly become a hotbed of corruption, with some local environmental protection department officials or their superiors treating the reports as an excuse for seeking bribes from the contractors.
Ahead of his visit to Latin America, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Thursday that Washington's Monroe Doctrine "clearly has been a success" and "is as relevant today as it was the day it was written" in 1823.
After decades of speedy advances, China is shifting its economic focus to high-quality development, with "developing a modernized economy" high on the agenda.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's visit to China, the first since she took office in 2016, will bring new shine to the "Golden Era" for both countries.