Facebook’s Ukraine “fact-checking” directly funded by Washington regime

Most of the fact-checking organizations Facebook has partnered with to monitor and regulate information about Ukraine are directly funded by the U.S. government, either through the U.S. Embassy or via the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED). In light of … Continue reading Facebook’s Ukraine “fact-checking” directly funded by Washington regime

Latin America welcomes BRI cooperation, not ideological confrontation

The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has made steady progress in Latin America during the past three years, which has brought concrete benefits to partner economies with its people centered approach. The growing influence of BRI in Latin America, … Continue reading Latin America welcomes BRI cooperation, not ideological confrontation

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Ecological civilization “Global environmental crisis is the product of centuries of Western exploitation of the land, natural resources and labour of the Global South, including the colonized Indigenous Peoples. Seriously tackling the global ecological crisis must involve a global redistribution of power and … Continue reading Our Editorial Perspective 

BRI: China to build 1000 schools, 2 solar power plants in war-torn Iraq

Iraq has become the third-biggest Belt and Road Initiative partner in energy engagement, after Russia and Pakistan. Fudan University’s Center for Green Finance and Development in Shanghai reported that in 2021, Iraq received $10.5 billion in investment under the Belt … Continue reading BRI: China to build 1000 schools, 2 solar power plants in war-torn Iraq

China helps put digital television on the air in Timor-Leste

A demonstration project of China-aided terrestrial digital TV transmission system in East Timor (referred to as the “Demonstration Project”), was launched in February 2021. The project is a joint construction under the Belt and Road Initiative between China and Timor-Leste. … Continue reading China helps put digital television on the air in Timor-Leste

The new BRICS alliance: mortal threat to West

A new global reserve currency will undermine US dollar supremacy. China Environment Net comments: The author of the following article correctly describes the changes that are taking place in the global economy as “the biggest that have been seen since … Continue reading The new BRICS alliance: mortal threat to West

US pushes dangerously close to war against China

Late in the evening of 28 July 2022, Chinese President Xi Jinping held a frank phone conversation with US President Joe Biden, during which he once again warned the US about the seriousness and significance of the Taiwan question. The public opinion of the 1.4 billion Chinese people cannot be defied. Those who play with fire will perish by it. It is hoped that the US will be clear-eyed about this.  Chinese President, Xi Jinping President Xi said, “The position of the Chinese government and people on the Taiwan question is consistent, and resolutely safeguarding China’s national sovereignty and territorial … Continue reading US pushes dangerously close to war against China

USA: world’s largest producer of oil AND its largest oil consumer

The Largest Oil Producers in 2021 According to an analysis by Elements Newsletter based on the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2022, roughly 43% of the world’s oil production came from just three countries in 2021 — the US, Saudi Arabia, and the Russian Federation. Together, these three countries produced more oil than the rest of the top 10 combined. The US surpassed Saudi Arabia as the largest oil producer in the world in 2015, according to US government data. However, as of 2021 the US continued to be a net importer of crude oil while exporting refined petroleum products. Saudi … Continue reading USA: world’s largest producer of oil AND its largest oil consumer