CHINA’S POLICY ON THE DPRK’S NUCLEAR ISSUE: COOPERATION AND DISAGREEMENTS WITH THE US AND RUSSIA
01.09.2017 \ 11:08 Reads: 4578
The 5 powers can offer the DPRK a new roadmap for a final solution to its nuclear issue. The main idea can apply to that if the 5 powers help the DPRK join the global economic order, as a result it will be much easier to urge the DPRK’s decision makers to dismantle their nuclear arsenal. In this hypothetical scenario, the DPRK would have something to lose.
CHINA’S GROWING ROLE IN PEACEKEEPING: THOUGHTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
14.07.2017 \ 17:33 Reads: 1486
Its rising economic strength and productive way of governance provide China with a historic opportunity to become one of the main players in modern international relations. As a permanent member of the UNSC and an important player in international relations, China has the capability and authority to address and solve internationally important problems. In turn, international society is also interested in Beijing continuing its active involvement in the improvements in world security.
ARMENIANS IN CHINA COMMEMORATE GENOCIDE CENTENNIAL, SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH CHINA’S NANJING MASSACRE
06.05.2015 \ 01:57 Reads: 1343
The Armenian Community of China organized a landmark series of cultural and artistic events in cities across China, to mark the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide. These events, held in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai during the weekend of April 24-25, shared the Armenian history, art and culture with the Chinese people on a historic occasion.
FIRST EVER PAN-ASIAN ARMENIAN COMMUNITY GATHERING TAKES PLACE IN BANGKOK
14.01.2015 \ 00:30 Reads: 1806
Armenian communities have been growing across Far East in recent years, with active communities in China, India, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. These communities have also been active in preserving the old Armenian Churches and heritage buildings in the region, particularly in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
THE ARMENIAN COMMUNITY IN CHINA ORGANISED UINQUE EVENT
17.12.2014 \ 17:45 Reads: 1467
After dinner, Mouradian presented his illustrated talk on the Armenian communities in Harbin and Shanghai from the late 19th to the mid-20th century. Mouradian is the coordinator of the Armenian Genocide Program at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University, where he also teaches in the history and sociology departments as adjunct professor. He is in China to continue his research on the country’s Armenian community.
AFTER THE EUROPEAN ELECTIONS: WHAT WILL BE NEXT?
15.06.2014 \ 17:57 Reads: 1050
While in Ukraine people struggle and die for or against the decision of the Western Ukrainian Government to be integrated into the European Union, people vote for eurosceptics in many EU member countries in the elections for EU parliament. The Euroscepticism is against the process of political European integration.
THE CLASH OF RELIGIONS OR NATIONAL SOLIDARITY?
19.02.2014 \ 13:21 Reads: 3292
21 years have passed since the American academic Samuel Huntington raised a question about possible clashes between civilizations. Till now this question is on the table of researchers and world politics.
FROM CLIMATE CHANGE TO GENOCIDE
13.12.2013 \ 01:41 Reads: 1824
Climate change represents the human conflict that have been identified in recent decades, including drought, desertification, land degradation, failing water supplies, deforestation fisheries depletion ozone depletion.
WHY DOES IRAN STRIVE TO HAVE NUCLEAR WEAPON, WHOM IT CAN HARM?
15.11.2013 \ 22:59 Reads: 1800
Iranians can buy modern types of weapons; solve the economic and social problems, which are the main cause of discontent of Iranians. Why dose Iran think about nuclear weapons?