Rich nations have the opportunity, through conservation and investment in next generation technology, to position themselves such that no matter who comes asking for aid, they will be able to assist. Continue reading World superpowers must invest in the technology to safeguard our climate now – there’s never been a better time
Internal pressure is mounting on the British government to sanction Chinese officials over reported human rights abuses. Continue reading British MPs call on UK government to sanction Chinese officials over human rights abuses
The internet has seen a 900% spike in the global use of hashtags encouraging violence against China and the Chinese. Despite this, there is still a strong cultural perception of East Asians in the West as a privileged group. Continue reading British Asians battle ‘privilege’ stigma amid three fold increase in racist abuse
Nottingham East MP Nadia Whittome called on activists to oppose nationalism and racism in both the United States and China in a speech of solidarity with the Uyghur people of Xinjiang. Continue reading Labour MP calls for solidarity with Uyghur Muslims and opposition to ‘nationalism, racism and imperialism’ across the globe
Socialist activists in Hong Kong have rebuked the UK’s planned expansion of visa rights, saying the move is driven by geopolitical concerns rather than a real commitment to human rights or democracy. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson’s Hong Kong visa plans ‘driven by geopolitics, not strong morals’
The China-versus-the West narrative of the US strategy undermines solidarity between the people of mainland China and Hong Kong. Continue reading China and the West: Washington’s polarising Hong Kong policy
Is China’s involvement in the Middle East evidence of a new global military power? Following the death of Mao Zedong … Continue reading China’s involvement with ISIS: Evidence of a global military threat?