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Russia’s military operation in Ukraine has sent shockwaves across the globe.

Cover Story: The Beginning of the End of the Post-Cold War World Order

Russia’s attack on Ukraine grows out of growing unease over NATO’s eastward expansion in the decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union

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02 01, 2023 19:35 PM

Gallery: More Western Arms Head to Ukraine

Western countries have pledged to deliver more weapons to Ukraine to help the war-torn country defend its territory from Russia. Kyiv’s ambassador to France said Ukraine’s allies have committed to sending more than 300 tanks to aid in the fight, with more than 30 countries having provided military assistance since the war began. Among them, the U.S. and the U.K. are the top suppliers, contributing more than $30 billion worth of military aid since February 2022. Countries such as Germany and France also announced plans to deliver armored vehicles and carriers, including Leopard tanks and Caesar howitzers in the first quarter

01 31, 2023 20:18 PM

Editorial: The Urgent Need for Global Cooperation

In an increasingly divided world where countries are moving away from global supply chains, there’s a pressing need to continue strengthening international cooperation to address challenges such as recession risks and climate change

01 30, 2023 07:16 AM

Cover Story: The Vision of Singapore’s Next Prime Minister

Lawrence Wong sees himself as a ‘servant leader,’ he says. ‘My role is not just to lead, but to serve my country and my fellow citizens’

01 27, 2023 21:18 PM

In Depth: What’s in Store for Yuan Internationalization in 2023?

A program to encourage yuan-denominated share issuance in Hong Kong and the launch of a Swap Connect scheme for offshore institutional investors should help boost the currency’s popularity

01 18, 2023 20:23 PM

China Central SOEs’ Profit Growth Outpaces GDP

Total profits of the 98 companies directly under State Council control rose 5% last year, exceeding the country’s 3% economic expansion, a feat their administrator hopes to repeat this year

01 17, 2023 13:55 PM

China Posts Record Fossil Fuel Output as Security Trumps Climate

The country mined nearly 4.5 billion tons of coal last year, an increase of 9% on 2021, while gas production rose 6.4% to 218 billion cubic meters, official data show

01 14, 2023 17:38 PM

China Runs Record Trade Deficit With Russia as Energy Costs Jump

The world’s second-largest economy purchased $114.1 billion worth of goods from Russia in 2022, up 44% from a year earlier

01 12, 2023 20:23 PM

Russia’s Central Bank to Resume Yuan Trading

The Chinese currency has gained popularity among Russian companies as they trim dependence on the U.S. dollar amid Western sanctions due to the Ukraine war

01 09, 2023 20:09 PM

Samsung Maintains Pace of Chip Investment Despite Plunging Profit

The South Korean tech giant is racing to build capacity, while peers Micron and SK Hynix slow down

01 04, 2023 10:13 AM

CX Daily: China’s Road to Economic Recovery Faces Post-Covid Speed Bumps

Beijing appoints former Foreign Minister Wang Yi as head of the Communist Party’s foreign policy body

01 03, 2023 20:08 PM

Editorial: Face Up to the Changed World

A more sober mind is needed for a greater initiative

01 02, 2023 09:12 AM

Cover Story: China’s Road to Economic Recovery Faces Post-Covid Speed Bumps

Policymakers are now squarely focused on reviving the economy. But some analysts warned against ‘excessive optimism’ about when pre-pandemic growth rates will return

12 31, 2022 18:20 PM

Year in Review: China Recalibrates Diplomacy After Leadership Reshuffle

A new lineup of diplomatic team in the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee, who specialized in dealing with Europe and Asia instead of the U.S., indicates a potential shift in diplomatic focus away from Washington

12 29, 2022 15:10 PM

Smart Talks: Four Suggestions to Bridge the Policy Gap on Climate Change

On top of current pledges, we need more extensive measures to repair the damage caused by human beings and to mitigate future harm to the planet

12 27, 2022 14:41 PM

Oil Rises as China Loosens Travel Rules, U.S. Battles Winter Freeze

Benchmark U.S. crude traded near $80 a barrel after Beijing scrapped quarantine for inbound travelers from early January

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