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China sets sights on IPR leadership
China came rather late to the field of intellectual property rights, but it is making up for lost time in creating a strong legal foundation and promoting public understanding of the importance of IPR in business innovation.
Sino-Nepalese ties to see new momentum in 2019
China's new ambassador to Nepal sees 2019 as a crucial year in enhancing bilateral relations, and there are strong grounds for optimism in this regard.
More turmoil in British politics as 7 Labour MPs quit their party
The British politics witnessed a new twist with the decision of seven Labour MPs to quit their party over unhappiness with the policies of Jeremy Corbyn. However, their move makes no sense.
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Sino-Nepalese ties to see new momentum in 2019

By Ritu Raj Subedi

China's new ambassador to Nepal sees 2019 as a crucial year in enhancing bilateral relations, and there are strong grounds for optimism in this regard.

China sets sights on IPR leadership

By Daniel Hyatt

China came rather late to the field of intellectual property rights, but it is making up for lost time in creating a strong legal foundation and promoting public understanding of the importance of IPR in business innovation.

Lantern Festival fills people with hope, love and peace

By Manisha Chakraborty

The close coincidence of China's Lantern Festival and India's Diwali (Festival of Lights) offer an opportunity to light, love and togetherness binding the two countries ever closer in peace.

Trump to declare national emergency

By Wang Peng

U.S. President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency to find the extra funds needed to build his "Mexico Border Wall," which is expected to create the prospect of a new court battle.

African Union works towards peace and security

By Hisham AbuBakr Metwally

The newly elected AU Chairperson Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will focus on peace and security on the African continent. However, more funding and support is needed to carry out this task.

9 surprising facts that moved us to action

By Bill and Melinda Gates

In this year's annual letter, we're highlighting nine more things that have surprised us along this journey. Some worry us. Others inspire us. All of them are prodding us to action. Melinda and I hope they do the same for you, because that's how the world gets better.

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More turmoil in British politics as 7 Labour MPs quit their party

By Heiko Khoo

The British politics witnessed a new twist with the decision of seven Labour MPs to quit their party over unhappiness with the policies of Jeremy Corbyn. However, their move makes no sense.

US-Europe divide more evident in Munich

By Sajjad Malik

The postwar alliance between Western Europe and the U.S. is rapidly unraveling, increasing global political uncertainty and providing fuel for many conflicts around the globe.

China at the MSC: Building global responsibility

By George N. Tzogopoulos

Speaking at the Munich Security Conference of 2019, Chinese Politbureau member Yang Jiechi underscored Beijing’s collaborative role in a foreign policy based on mutual respect, multilateralism and a shared future.

 
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