China says key pipeline safe despite Myanmar fighting

Published on Mar 12 2012 // News Update
(Reuters) – A Chinese oil pipeline being built through Myanmar has not been affected by fighting between Myanmar forces and rebels, a Chinese security official said on Saturday, adding that China had been trying to help find a solution to the conflict. A 17-year-old ceasefire with the Kachin Independence...

Clashes not affecting pipeline project: Chinese official

Published on Mar 12 2012 // Related News, Slide Show
Clashes not affecting pipeline project: Chinese official
Sporadic fighting between the Burmese government and armed ethnic groups has not affected the construction of the China-Burma oil and gas pipelines, according to a top Chinese official. A Chinese truck loaded with pipes on its way to the Burma border from Jeigao in Yunnan Province. Photo: KNG Meng Sutie,...

China and the Collapse of Its Noninterventionist Foreign Policy

Published on Mar 12 2012 // Featured Analysis, Related News, Slide Show
China and the Collapse of Its Noninterventionist Foreign Policy
Past Diplomatic Practices Collide with Rising Economic and Political Realities                     SOURCE: AP/Damian Dovarganes Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, left, talks with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden at a luncheon on in February. China’s...