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  1. Junta over-tilting to China in balancing act

    The Nation - Thailand's English newsMay 31 11:15 AM

    The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has misjudged changing geo-political realities in its tilting of Thai foreign policy towards China and Russia in a bid to counter political pressure from the United States and other Western countries over rights violations and democracy suppression.

  2. China, Thailand set to hold joint military exercises

    Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 13 03:28 AM

    China and Thailand will hold joint exercises beginning this month, China's Ministry of Defence said on Friday, in another sign of improving relations since the Thai military seized power in 2014. Thailand's military has sought to counterbalance traditionally close ties with the United States by engaging more with China since the May 2014 coup that the United States and other Western countries ...

  3. By Neil Jerome Morales DAVAO CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippines President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signaling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China and the disputed South China Sea. The Philippines has traditionally been one of Washington's staunchest supporters in its standoff with ...

  4. China raises £300m in first ever London bond

    Daily TelegraphMay 26 12:23 PM

    China’s government has raised 3bn renminbi (£300m) with a bond issued in London, the first ever time it has tapped the financial markets outside China or Hong Kong.

  5. DAVAO CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippines President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signalling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China and the disputed South China Sea.

  6. Philippines President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signalling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China and the disputed South China Sea.

  7. President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signalling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China and the disputed South China Sea.

  8. Everywhere you look on Thailand's Amata industrial estate in Rayong you see signs in Chinese. As China's economy slows, its investors are looking abroad for growth and Thailand, home to one of the world's largest ethnic Chinese minorities and a gateway to Southeast Asia's 600 million consumers, is a hot investment destination in everything from industry to condominiums.

  9. Tucked away in southwestern China's Sichuan province, a private collector stands virtually alone in exhibiting relics from the 1966-1976 Cultural Revolution. Official records whitewash the details of both periods, but admit that Mao made major mistakes. The 1958-1961 Great Leap Forward, when millions starved to death in late chairman Mao Zedong's botched industrialization campaign, and the ...

  10. Noy: US military must act if China claims Scarborough

    Philippine Star via Yahoo! Philippines NewsMay 20 05:00 PM

    The United States would be obligated to take military action in the South China Sea if China moved to reclaim a hotly contested reef directly off Philippine shores, President Aquino said Thursday. Aquino said he had no indication that China had imminent plans to develop the reef, known as Panatag or Scarborough Shoal, which sits 185 nautical miles from Manila. But he suggested that there would ...

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