Weekend Reads Iran joins Russo-Chinese cooperation
COMMENTARY: Could the Conservatives deliver tougher polices on China?
The Conservatives see China as more of a threat than an opportunity. Yet Howard Anglin says talking tough is easier than taking tough action.The one that stood out to me was this: the Conservative Party platform uses the words “China” or “Chinese” 41 times; the Liberal Party platform mentions China just once. The NDP, for its part, mentions China five times, most in a single, short but robust paragraph that mentions human rights abuses, Hong Kong, and Chinese intimidation within Canada.
Iran-Securite: Iran joins a Russo-Chinese cooperation organization
(Reuters ) - Iran officially joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (OCS) on Friday, driven by Russia and China to discuss security and commercial issues in Central Asia and circumventing sanctions imposed by Western countries.
The organization was created in 2001 as a dialogue space between Moscow, Beijing and the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, before being expanded four years later to India and Pakistan.
sign of its growing importance to counterbalances Westerners, it is in Tajikistan where the Organization's summit is held that the Iranian President, the Ultraconservant Ebrahim Raisssi, has chosen to make his first trip abroad since his taking office last month.
Iran: The Iraqi Prime Minister in Tehran to speak Economy and Security
© AP Iraqi Prime Minister Moustafa Al-Kazimi, on the left, and the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, on the right, on 12 September 2021 in Tehran. Iraqi Prime Minister, Moustafa Al-Kazimi, met on Sunday, September 12 for the first time the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, to discuss bilateral economic relations between the two countries, but also security problems.
Ebrahim Raisssi welcomed the opportunity for his country to participate in the Chinese project of "Silk Roads", Iranian television invoicing access to the enormous markets of the Asian subcontinent than the OCS membership will guarantee Tehran.
In his speech, the Iranian president compared American sanctions to terrorism and invited the other members of the Organization to help them bypass them.
"Nothing can prevent Iran from developing nuclear activities in accordance with international law," said Ebrahim Raisi. "Diplomacy only works when all parties agree to comply. Threats and pressures bind the hands of diplomats and make them ineffective."
Russia and China are signatories from the Iranian nuclear agreement between the great powers and Tehran in 2015, including the former US President Donald Trump withdrew the United States to restore sanctions, and that the administration Joe Biden and its European allies have not reached the moment to put back on the rails.
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Huawei case: exchange of good hostages between China and Canada .
© Jennifer Gauthier After having lived the "darkest moments" of its existence in its luxury property of Vancouver, the high executive of Huawei is on the way back to China. For nearly three years, the Chinese communist regime has been defended from any "hostage diplomacy". However, after the announcement of Meng Wanzhou's return to China, it would have only a few hours for Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor to leave Chinese territory .