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China issues white paper on its democracy

Over the past hundred years, the Party has led the people in realizing people’s democracy in China. The Chinese people now truly hold in their hands their own future and that of society and the country, said the white paper.

Xinhua

Turkish Lira tumble hits hard Turkey's key construction sector

Opinion| Erdogan’s policies and the collapse of Turkish lira

In fact, the ruling party in Ankara stands against the independence of the central bank’s decisions, and always seeks to reduce the interest rates on loans. On the one hand, the ruling party believes that lowering the interest rate on loans will attract more investment. On the other hand, in contrast, the central bank keeps its interest high to ensure the permanence of its profits and the profits of the banking sector. This difference of views turned into a clear hostility between the two sides.

Marwa El- Shinawy

Profile: Xi Jinping, the man who leads CPC on new journey

Since being elected general secretary of the CPC Central Committee in November 2012, Xi has been seen as a man of determination, a man of profound thoughts and feelings, a man who inherited a legacy but dares to innovate, and a man who is committed to working tirelessly.

Xinhua

(CIIE) GLOBALink | Dance battle is ON! Go go sharing, GO!

CIIE Dance battle is ON! Go go sharing, GO!

The dance battle is ON! Go go sharing, go! Enjoy the fun and join the show. CEOs, vloggers, experts and students… around the globe have participated in the #CIIE dance. Join us and show your moves. Pls send your works to socialmedia2019@163.com See U in our next #CIIE dance video!

Xinhua

Kremlin says it was right to sever ties with NATO

“The aggressive position of NATO has never been a secret. This is a bloc that was created against our country. No peace-loving statements, no camouflage of this aggressive orientation can hide its true purpose,” Peskov told a Russian TV program.

Xinhua

Opinion| Can the United States ban Facebook?

A few days ago, the US Senate Consumer Protection and Data Security Committee announced that there are bipartisan concerns about Facebook and its involvement in political divisions and strikes. The committee also confirmed that the site is also not safe for children and that the company insisted on publishing ads that harm this age group. …

Marwa El- Shinawy

Dr Hatem Sadiq

Opinion| American-sponsored Peace in the Middle East

A year has passed since the signing of the Abrahamic Agreement between the UAE, Bahrain, and Israel. On 15 September 2020, the UAE signed an agreement to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, at the White House, under the auspices and presence of former US President Donald Trump. At the same time, Bahrain signed a similar …

Dr. Hatem Sadek

France to sell three warships to Greece

France on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with Greece for the sale of three French-made “frigates of defense and intervention” as part of the two countries’ “strategic partnership”. This accord came ten days after France saw its contract to sell 12 diesel-electric submarines to Australia dislodged by a newly created security partnership between Australia, …

Xinhua

Iran dismisses US call for IAEA’s access to Karaj nuke site

The head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami on Tuesday rejected a U.S. statement which calls for giving access to the inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to visit Iran’s Karaj nuclear site, official IRNA news agency reported. Eslami said upon his arrival in the Russian capital Moscow that the …

Xinhua

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov

Washington should be “more active” in restoring Iran nuclear deal: Russian FM

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Saturday called on Washington to play a “more active role” in helping resume the stalled talks aimed at reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. “The current [US] administration was, in fact, the author behind the JCPOA (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action). So, it seems evident that they should …

Xinhua