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Beijing sends application hours after US, UK, and Australia outlined defence deal
Discussions could lead to new round of punitive tariffs
US and Chinese presidents speak for first time since February after unproductive talks between lower-level officials
Washington blamed for worsening ties as Kerry visits Tianjin to push emissions cuts
Hanoi has been tempted to shift away from neutrality as tensions rise with Beijing
At first glance, the economic headlines make for some mixed messages
Access to vital market for equipment and software makers stands in way of blanket bans
Moves to protect technology and secure food and raw material supplies hit markets
Three books examine Beijing’s increasingly strident diplomacy, the strategy behind it and what can be done to counter its tactics
Report says Chinese-funded projects threaten a food crisis in the Mekong river delta
Embattled Chinese giant able to secure Qualcomm 4G chips for low-key launch
Research looks at how the world’s largest sovereign creditor lends.
US threats, combined with Beijing’s drive for control, raise the very real risk of tensions escalating
Geopolitical tensions are juxtaposed with record levels of Chinese exports to US
Beijing’s vice foreign minister urges Washington to change ‘extremely dangerous’ policy
Talks in Tianjin aim to stop an increasingly belligerent relationship spilling into conflict
Sell-off in Didi shares is a clear warning of the dichotomy faced by investors
Beijing may lack the ambition needed to develop a global military presence that rivals the US
Beijing refuses to allow Biden’s deputy secretary of state to meet counterpart in planned visit
Nine Chinese nationals killed in blast that Islamabad says was an accident
Beijing reins back its infrastructure ambitions but Washington and Brussels fail to plug the gap
Contrasting fortunes of Singapore and China highlight how efficacy of jabs is key to reopening
Beijing is ready to co-operate with Taliban to prevent chaos across its border, diplomats say
Ending the fuel’s use would help meet climate commitments and foster co-operation with western nations
Draft statement seeks a “geostrategic approach” to investments abroad