Beijing is taking issue with Israel’s self-defense efforts, while Washington expresses a different view.
A suspect is now in custody after the attack on an Israeli Embassy staffer in Beijing. But Chinese authorities are staying tight-lipped.
Taliban leaders are headed to China this week for a forum focused on Beijing’s top infrastructure project. Also attending are 130 nations from around the globe.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping are preparing for a face-to-face meeting. What will the two “no-limits” partners discuss?
Topics in this episode:
- China vs. U.S. Stance on Israel Self Defense
- Suspect Arrested in Attack on Israeli Embassy Staffer
- Beijing Asks Its Citizens in Israel to Buy Their Own Travel Tickets Home
- Xi, Putin to Reunite in Beijing This Week
- Taliban to Join China’s Belt and Road Forum
- ‘96.7% Off’: China-Made Airplanes on Sale in Nepal
- U.S. to Tackle Loopholes in China Chip Curbs
- ‘Bridgeman’ Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
- Rally Highlights Withdrawals from the CCP
- China Criticizes Israeli Self-Defense; Gives ‘A License for Iran to Join War’: Fleming
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