Published: Sam, Août 05, 2017
Globale | By Boniface Saint-Yves

Chinese Media to Trump: Stop the 'Emotional Venting' on Twitter


Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer encouraged the Republican president to skip the investigation and go straight to action against China. Let's hope there is much more of that to come.

"Despite the economic benefits China derives from trade and investment relations with South Korea, they do not trump China's priority of having a buffer state in North Korea", Pacific Forum CSIS adjunct fellow Tara O said. In a statement regarding the Act, EU chief executive Jean-Claude Junker expressed concerns that the "U.S. bill could have unintended unilateral effects that impact the EU's energy security interests".

In brief, the Act codifies existing sanctions against Russia, tightens restrictions on the extension of credit to Russian entities, and prevents foreign companies from engaging in transactions with Russian businesses in the Russian defense and intelligence sectors.

"But emotional venting cannot become a guiding policy for solving the nuclear issue on the peninsula", it said, referring to the divided Korean peninsula, in the editorial widely displayed on Chinese news websites.

"We will no longer allow this to continue".

China has made it abundantly clear it is not about to cave in to pressure from the US and Trump's scolding tweets will only harden Beijing's resolve.

At the same time, additional Naval Day exercises were taking place at the huge Russian air and naval base at Tartus in Syria on the eastern Mediterranean, which Russian media reported included six warships.

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After the latest expulsions and sanctions engineered by Washington and Moscow, it's hardly likely that Trump will be able to use any goodwill from Putin to influence Chinese rhetoric or activities over North Korea.

I don't think he was kidding.

A flurry of data in coming weeks should show steady growth in China in July, though the potential for increased trade friction with the United States poses a risk to the world's second-largest economy as it navigates a tighter policy environment. "I urge President Trump to swiftly sign this bill into law".

What hasn't worked yet: haranguing China, Pyongyang's major trading partner and ally, to do more to rein in the outlaw Kim regime.

In fact, China has even sought to weaken and water down the international sanctions regime to counter the threat posed by North Korea through the UN Security Council, he alleged. John Park at Harvard University interviewed former North Korean business managers who bought components for the regime's nuclear and missile programs. North Korea now possesses missiles capable of penetrating as far into our country as Chicago. Beijing says the system undermines its own security interests in the region.

He announced the inquiry surrounded by U.S. steel executives from Nucor Corp, United States Steel Corp and TimkenSteel Corp. The unbreakable atom of the argument is Russia: Russia did us wrong, and Russia must be punished.

Peters reacted to the news that China launched a series of 20 missiles at mock targets designed to look like American THAAD missile batteries. Russia is 4.25 billion acres of history and two syllables, but in Washington, it has been reduced to a shadow, a packhorse.

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