BEIJING, May 28 (Xinhuanet) — Chinese workers will have a shorter workday if the temperature hits 37 C, thanks to a draft regulation. The draft, made by China's top work safety watchdog, the health ministry, human resources and social security ministry and the top labor union organization, will replace an outdated version that became effective [...]
The newly elected chairman of Taiwan's largest opposition party, the Democratic Progressive Party, Su Tseng-chang, will be "pragmatic" but less likely to alter the party's stance on cross-Straits relations, experts said after Su's victory on Sunday. Although he was a frontrunner in pre-election polls, Su, 64, the former head of Taiwan's "executive yuan" and a [...]
BEIJING police will soon launch a new policy to allow 72-hour non-visa entry for foreigners in an effort to ease their travel, the Beijing Youth Daily reported yesterday. Beijing Police Chief Fu Zhenghua said the move is among new efforts planned to improve the city's service quality. Details of the new policy were not announced. [...]
In his book on offensive realism, The Tragedy of Great Power Politics (2001), John Mearsheimer (Mearsheimer), professor of political science at the University of Chicago, set out to prove the inevitability of security competition among great powers. Is he right in believing that China will pose a threat to the US? What actions can both [...]
Gennady Zyuganov, chairman of the Russian Communist Party Central Committee, once sharply noted that the collapse of Soviet Union and the fall of the Soviet Communist Party were rooted in a monopoly of ideology, through which rule via only one man's voice was vigorously implemented; a monopoly of power, by which pursuit of political violence [...]
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