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The Biggest Lie About China’s Xinjiang “Internment Camps”

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For years now Western media and governments have maintained an almost ceaseless barrage against China over what they claim are networks of “internment camps” built and used in China’s western Xinjiang region to persecute the Uyghur ethnic minority. These claims are a mix of half-truths, truths taken out of context, and outright fabrications and lies. Yet…

Tensions around Taiwan are Intensifying

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In yet another report about the Taiwan issue, the author, unfortunately, has nothing positive to say once again. Taiwan continues to dutifully contribute its share to one of the most painful problems plaguing the relationship between the two world powers. In August of this year, the negativity stemming from this issue and impacting the relations between Beijing and Washington…

Will America Change its Approach to China?

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It is not difficult to imagine as to why China is at the heart of the US presidential elections debate. The current US president has been nourishing an anti-China narrative ever since he became the president in 2016, moving from starting a ‘trade war’ with China to making deals and then re-starting the war in the wake of the pandemic, coming finally to the brink…

China‘s Growing Agriculture Crisis

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For the past months the Peoples’ Republic of China has been subject to one after the other devastating shocks to its agriculture sector. A deadly outbreak of African Swine Fever that halved China’s huge pig herds in 2019, was followed by infestation from a plague of fall armyworms (FAW) which reached China in December, 2018 and now threaten China’s corn belt…

No Sunny Weather on the Horizon for US-China Relations

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NEO is constantly monitoring the timeline of events in deteriorating relations between the world’s two largest economic powers, yet one always hopes that there will be at least a little good news to tell readers about this time. Thus far, the bilateral trade agreement signed on January 15 this year remains almost the only glimmer of light that has trickled through…

US Smears Those Questioning Latest Claims vs. China

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The Coda Story – a media front funded and created by and for the US government, its “Atlanticist” partners, and the corporate interests driving the vast majority of Western foreign policy – recently ran a smear against alternative media figures questioning the US-led “Uyghur-Xinjiang” narrative. The smear is part of a wider campaign aimed at anyone questioning…

Recent Events in Hong Kong and Taiwan

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The current state of affairs in Hong Kong and Taiwan remains one of the key sources of tensions plaguing the relationship between the two world powers, i.e. the United States and the PRC. There was yet another rise in anti-Chinese sentiment in Washington in response to the passing of the Hong Kong national security law by the Standing Committee…

Is USA “Decoupling” from China?

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The term “decoupling” has started to appear more and more often in reports dedicated to the current state of US-China relations after, on April 17, The Wall Street Journal published results of a survey of 25 large US companies operating in the PRC, conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in China and AmCham in Shanghai. The firms surveyed…

Our Planet Missed Opportunity to Fight side-by-side against the Pandemic!

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It is time to stop irresponsible finger-pointing. All over the world, as this essay is being written, well over 17 million COVID-19 cases have been reported, and 676,000 people died. And instead of concentrating on serious research, trying to save human lives and attempting to stop the global calamity, ‘residents’ of the White House…

Is the Deterioration of US-China Relations Temporary or Permanent?

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The policy that the United States has recently been pursuing towards China would give you the impression that America’s political elite are suffering from a form of political schizophrenia. Moreover, not only can the signs of political division be seen in the deepening divide in American politics, but even the behavior of individual…

China’s Vision in a Post-COVID World

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On 13 July an international newscast reported that the European Commission will discuss as a priority on how the EU should react to China’s national security law for Hong Kong, a sovereign decision taken by Beijing to protect the citizens of the Chinese territory, Hong Kong, from western instigated riots and acts of terror. This is apparently an issue…

Hong Kong Security Law is Common Sense, Not Controversial

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China’s special administration region of Hong Kong saw the passing of a security law outlawing acts universally recognized as criminal and threats to any nation’s security and sovereignty. Despite what would appear to be common sense legislation, the Western media has cried “controversy.” While the West claims…


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