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"China Today" arts week held in South Australia

Xinhua 28 Jan 2023
28 (Xinhua) -- The "China Today" arts week was launched in Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, on Saturday in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Australia ... "China Today" arts week held in South Australia.
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Global Times mostly wrong on Japan’s chip industry

Asiatimes 17 Jan 2023
Japan, once a semiconductor giant half a century ago but then brutally beaten down by the US suppressed by the US in various ways, including export restrictions similar to today’s, which allowed chipmakers in South Korea and China’s Taiwan to make deeper inroads into the industry.” ... Their success provided a model for South Korea and China.
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Can India emerge as a rival to China?

Live Mint 17 Jan 2023
According to World Bank figures in chained dollars, in 1980 India’s gross domestic product was 64% of China’s ... Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Vietnam and of course China all outperformed India in the race to industrialize.Today, however, a confluence of international and domestic factors is giving India a chance to catch up.
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Explaining Multipolarity, Decline of US Hegemony, by Michael Hudson

The Unz Review 14 Jan 2023
And today it’s the United States that is isolating other ... And what Radhika is saying is that the Global South and China and Russia are doing today is finally a recognition, a replay, of this same debate between finance capitalism and industrial socialism that you had a century ago.
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File - A mother sits with her malnourished baby at a hospital run by Medicines Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) in Old Fangak in Jonglei state, South Sudan Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021. Aid groups say more people than ever in the country will face hunger this year, because of the worst floods in 60 years as well as conflict and the sluggish implementation of the peace agreement that has denied much of the country basic services.
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Under siege

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 14 Jan 2023
Among some of the places where civilians regularly face mass rape, torture, and death, along with the destruction of their nations' cities and villages are South Sudan, Afghanistan, North Korea, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Myanmar, Iran, China, and parts of Nigeria and Ethiopia.
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WEF Global Risks Report Flags Crypto Asset Bubble as 'Polycrisis' Looms

Decrypt 12 Jan 2023
... stocks, energy, and housing, was identified in the top five risks in 12 out of the 121 countries surveyed—most notably in China, South Korea, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
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C Raja Mohan writes: India’s G20 — Focus must be on emerging as a bridge ...

Indian Express 11 Jan 2023
Consider, for example, that China, which continues to call itself a developing country, is today the world’s second-largest economy ... If China’s Belt and Road Initiative has been the culmination of this strategy, the growing backlash against it in the Global South today underlines the limits of Beijing’s approach.
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Philippine SC declares tripartite energy deal with China, Vietnam unconstitutional

Urdu Point 11 Jan 2023
, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 11th Jan, 2023 ) .The Philippine Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday declared the country's tripartite agreement with China and Vietnam for energy exploration in the disputed South China Sea void and unconstitutional ... in the disputed South China Sea.
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Philippine Supreme Court declares tripartite energy deal with China, Vietnam unconstitutional

Anadolu Agency 11 Jan 2023
The Philippine Supreme Court on Tuesday declared the country’s tripartite agreement with China and Vietnam for energy exploration in the disputed South China Sea void and unconstitutional.  ... Last week, China and the Philippines hinted that the two maritime neighbors may resume joint energy exploration in the disputed South China Sea.
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Tue. 8:41 a.m.: China suspends visas for South Koreans in virus retaliation

The Vindicator 10 Jan 2023
Passengers arriving from China pass by a COVID-19 testing center today at the Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea. China suspended visas today for South Koreans to come to the country for tourism or business in apparent retaliation for COVID-19 testing requirements on Chinese travelers.
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Militarized Japan and the Biden-Kishida Summit Signal Moment in the New Cold War

Common Dreams 10 Jan 2023
Much as the 1924 naval agreement between the U.S., Japan, and Britain ensured more than a decade of relative peace across the Pacific, today's Asia-Pacific powers could agree to collaborate in securing South China/West Philippine sea lanes, encourage ASEAN-Chinese negotiations for a regional code of conduct, and share the Sea's vast resources.
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In The News for Jan. 10: RCMP too short-staffed to follow up on tips from Fintrac?

Moosejaw Today 10 Jan 2023
China suspended visas today for South Koreans to come to the country for tourism or business in apparent retaliation for COVID-19 testing requirements on Chinese travellers. A brief notice posted online by the Chinese Embassy in Seoul said the ban would apply until South Korea lifted its "discriminatory measures on entrance by China" to the country.
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Why the revival of Pipavav Shipyard matters for India’s shipbuilding capabilities

Financial Express 09 Jan 2023
Today, China, along with Japan and South Korea, accounts for almost 90 per cent of the world’s shipbuilding capacity, while Indian shipyards only contribute a minuscule 0.045 per cent.

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