Tag: Xi Jinping

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Australia: A Place In Geopolitics (III)

Part II Canberra is potentially able to act as a mediator in the settlement of the territorial issue between China and Taiwan. A month before the meeting with General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee, Xi Jinping, a delegation led by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese went to Taipei for […]

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The Power Of The Chinese Yuan

Developing the narrative of the Middle East, it is impossible not to note the “soft power” of China, which is provided by the yuan. China provides financing for the construction of infrastructure by offering the following option: it issues loans to the state, and construction is carried out by Chinese […]

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Blinken’s Hypocrisy In China

Recently, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has payed a three-day visit to China and held talks with PRC President Xi Jinping and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The visit of the head of American diplomacy was accompanied by reports that US-China relations are entering a new era, in which […]

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Aukusing For War: The Real Target Is China

The occasional burst of candour from US diplomats provides a striking, air clearing difference to their Australian and British counterparts.  Official statements about the AUKUS security pact between Washington, London and Canberra, rarely mention the target in so many words, except on the gossiping fringes.  Commentators and think tankers are […]