China is “rolling out the red carpet for the rest of the world” by lowering tariffs with other countries — even as its trade war with the US continues to drag on, according to Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to travel to North Korea this week for a two-day visit, ahead of a possible meeting between Xi and President Donald Trump of the United States at next week’s G-20 summit in Japan.
Scores of Ecuadorians have staged a protest rally outside the main government building in the nation’s capital of Quito to oppose a decision to let American military forces use an airstrip on the Galapagos Islands.
Russia has slammed as “unfounded” repeated US claims accusing Moscow of conducting nuclear tests beyond the the "zero yield" limit agreed in a nuclear test ban treaty, insisting that the move serves as a “cover up” for Washington’s own plans to withdraw from the agreement.
Iran’s top security official on Tuesday blasted the US for targeting the national identity and sovereignty of the world countries, calling for global resistance against Washington’s “illegal bullying.”
Iran’s ambassador to the UK urged the US to stop using “economic terrorism” to force Tehran into negotiations, saying Washington needs to act “normal” and avoid interfering in the Islamic Republic’s ties with other states.
The Kremlin has described as quite worrying a New York Times report alleging that the United States has escalated its cyber attacks against Russia through incorporating malicious software into Russian power systems.