Regions / China
For $700 million, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is making China to be the exception to his new edict.
Imagine disarmament and nonproliferation talks in which states with more nuclear weapons make other states pay a price for having fewer.
Many on the left favor the Libya intervention.
It may be a symptom of a perceived need on the part of the U.S. to keep control of energy from China.
The corporate media is only too happy to perpetuate myths about U.S.-China relations.
The rest of the world should learn from China's approach to managing its wheat supplies.
The United States and China should not let their generals dictate the terms of the relationship.
U.S. support for dictators is nothing new, of course.
Chinese premier Hu Jintao may not be as powerful as the world thinks.
Is China smartening up its environmental and social act in Africa? It certainly wants to be seen as doing just that.