Sources said Kishida has confirmed his participation, marking the first time a Japanese prime minister will attend since Shinzo Abe’s appearance in 2014.
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The rapid pace of North Korea’s military modernization has raised concerns that Pyongyang could employ tactical nuclear weapons.
The incoming leader is expected to take a more confrontational approach toward North Korea and shift to a tougher line with China.
Tom Andrews, the U.N. special rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar, offers an assessment of the situation on the ground.
It was a meeting that was supposed to emphasize the need for cooperation on global challenges. Instead, an EU-China summit earlier this month highlighted their growing divide.
China’s supply of advanced military equipment to Pakistan is part of an intensifying military and intelligence cooperation that reflects the growing level of trust between the two sides.
With staunch Ukrainian resistance keeping Russian forces at bay in Europe, what lessons can China learn when weighing possible military options against Taiwan?
Beijing has declared its partnership with Moscow to be "rock solid," but it will be forced to walk a fine line.
Millions are jobless and facing starvation, a problem compounded by the difficulty of supplying humanitarian aid due to sanctions.
China is the global leader in rare earths mining, refining and component manufacturing, controlling about 37% of world reserves and 58% of mine production in 2020, sources show.