Five months before being elected as South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela said human rights would be the cornerstone of the country’s post-apartheid foreign policy.
David Cameron brushed off criticism of his trade mission to China, calling it a success and saying British voters understand its importance.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he’s raising concerns about human rights with Chinese leaders at the same time as pushing for increased trade and growing Chinese investment in Britain.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron called for the European Union to open talks with China on a full-scale trade deal, as the bloc seeks to curb Chinese goods that EU officials say are being dumped and subsidized.
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Two auxiliary police officers and nine assailants died after an attack on a police station in northwestern China’s province of Xinjiang.
China’s Communist Party leaders set up a state committee to better coordinate security issues as it expands its military reach and faces growing dissent at home.
Judith Neilson weaves through the lunchtime crowd at the White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney and pauses before what appears to be a large pile of building rubble spread across the floor.
A U.K. admission that it mishandled the issue of Tibet paved the way for economic and financial agreements this week, a People’s Daily commentary said.
China opened a highway in Tibet connecting the nation’s last county without roads to a neighboring area, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.