THE TIMES OF INDIA 16 January 2019 by  RAJAT PANDIT Highlights The US Pentagon says Beijing also “completed” over $20 billion of military...

BUSINESS STANDARD 16 January 2019 China is expanding its access to foreign ports, like Gwadar in Pakistan, to pre-position the logistic framework necessary to support the growing presence of its military in the Indian Ocean and beyond, the Pentagon said in a report. The Chinese Army’s efforts to obtain access to commercial ports in Africa, the Middle-East, and South...

THE EPOCH TIMES 12 December 2018 by DANIEL HOLL Chinese People’s Liberation Army troops practice marching as they arrive at Tiananmen Gate for a...

THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE 30 November 2018 by DAVID BREWSTER Last week’s attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi by Baluchi separatists underlines China’s...

NEWSHUNTER 22 November 2018 IMF faces China debt dilemma as low income nations seek help The IMF has warned for more than a year of rising debt levels in low income countries. Now, bailout talks with Pakistan and requests for help from Angola, Zambia and others are forcing the fund to confront a pressing question: how far is debt distress in the developing world...

THE DAILY MAVERICK 6 November 2018 by  GEOFF HILL Members of the Turkish Human Rights Association hold pictures of missing Saudi Arabian journalist...

MILLENNIUM POST 25 October 2018 by SUBRATA MAJUMDER China’s debt trap diplomacy is escalating trade colonialism as indebted nations cede control over...

THE STAR ONLINE 24 October 2018 by  DR CHANDRA MUZAFFAR Is China a new imperial power threatening some of the developing economies in Asia and Africa? This is a perception that is being promoted by certain China watchers in universities and think tanks mainly in the West, various politicians and by a segment of the global NGO community. The peddlers of this perception...

THE ASEAN POST 16 October 2018 This photograph shows a sign, including Chinese characters, erected on the land where the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed rail...

THE STATESMAN 15 October 2018 by GOVIND BHATTACHARJEE It began as a faint murmur of protest, but the murmurs are now rising to a tumult. Jeff Smith of...