Xi Jinping sees himself as architect of China’s third revolution after Mao

File photo of Chinese president Xi Jinping | Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg Text Size: A- A+ The high point of the 70th anniversary celebrations of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China was clearly the military parade at Tiananmen Square. The message was spelt out by the Chinese leader Xi Jinping, “No force can shake the status of this great nation.” During the three-hour long parade, a number of new weapon systems were displayed accompanied by 15,000 goose-stepping soldiers. The key difference was that the weapons were no…

‘If Xi Says China is Watching Kashmir, Why Does PM Modi Not Say We Are Watching Hong Kong’

He also dared India to ask China about Aksai Chin which has been ‘illegally ceded’ by Pakistan to the country, when it keeps raising the issue of PoK and talks about taking it back. PTI Updated:October 10, 2019, 3:21 PM IST Senior Congress leader Manish Tewari during a session at News18 Agenda India. (Image: News18) New Delhi: Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit, the Congress on Thursday asked why does Prime Minister Narendra Modi not say that India is watching muzzling of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong when…

World War 3: China’s Xi in warning to US as nuke capable of 30-minute strike revealed | World | News

Dressed in a slate grey ‘Mao’ suit, Xi lauded China’s military and asserted that nobody will stop Beijing from achieving its global and political goals. In what could be seen as a statement of intent to potential rivals, he said: “The military should resolutely safeguard China’s sovereignty, security, and development interests, and firmly uphold world peace. “No force can ever shake the status of China, or stop the Chinese people and nation from marching forward.” The defiant speech was received by a handpicked crowd at Tiananmen Square as the President…

China’s Xi renews commitment to Hong Kong amid protests

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese Communist Party leader and President Xi Jinping on Monday renewed his government’s commitment to allowing Hong Kong to manage its own affairs amid continuing anti-government protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Xi made his remarks at a reception on the eve of a massive celebration of the People’s Republic’s 70th anniversary that threatens to be marred by clashes between police and anti-government demonstrators in Hong Kong. Demonstrators and police clashed for a second straight day on Sunday in Hong Kong, sparking further chaos in the city’s…

China news: Xi Jinping accused of exploiting British universities to develop military weap | World | News

In 2019 BBC documentary ‘China: A New World Order’, it is unveiled that Huang Xianjun, a soldier in the Chinese military, moved to Manchester to study graphene, a substance used in the enhancement and development of military weapons. According to Alex Joske, China researcher at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, around 500 people have been sent to Britain by China to learn about military-enhancing sciences. Xianjun was one of these students, and Mr Joske believes this revelation poses a concerning problem facing the West. He told the BBC: “Huang Xianjun…

Israel Shouldn’t Worry About Ilhan Omar. It Should Worry About Xi Jinping. – Foreign Policy

Far be it from me to dismiss the hullaballoo surrounding Israel’s decision last month to bar two U.S. congresswomen from entering the country. After nearly 35 years of working on national-security issues in Washington, I’ve come to put a high premium on the strong bipartisan support that undergirds the U.S.-Israel alliance. Leaders in both countries bear a heavy responsibility to preserve and protect it. But once emotions have cooled, I find it hard to imagine that Israel’s sovereign decision to keep out two first-term legislators with such deep-seated animus toward…