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China's President Hu Jintao has warned that a plan by the Taiwanese government to promote a referendum on the island’s entry into the United Nations is ‘intolerable by law’.
Fears grow for violence in Myanmar as protests continue and the military deploys riot police.
Violent interventions in the sovereign space of other states are rapidly becoming a familiar feature of contemporary global politics.
Photos of China's latest nuclear submarines have appeared online in a continuing effort by Beijing's to manage international perceptions of its military.
The most important event in China's political calendar is fast approaching. What developments can be expected at the seventeenth party congress?
The Ambassador and General gave a frank but guarded summary of the situation in Iraq and then fielded questions.
Foreign Policy Implications of Fukuda's Candidacy
For British leaders Iran may seem like a basket case at present, but it has to be handled politically not militarily.
Putin has appointed a prime-minister with no power-base, perhaps in order to maintain his own power when he leaves office.
The 'disappearance' of nuclear weapons, however brief, sat in the realm of fiction, until August 30 that is....