Recent Chinese military action shows that Xi Jinping has taken a much more aggressive stance on Taiwan than his immediate predecessors.
The tension between the two countries stems from the result of the Chinese Civil War in 1949.
War with Ta
One city in China has built bollards that spray jaywalkers with water, and tell pedestrians that "Crossing is dangerous."
The system also uses facial recognition technology to capture and shame wayward walkers.
Facial recognition technology is being used
As trade war fears and geopolitical tensions swirl, Macquarie says investors are overlooking a major market headwind.
The firm breaks down the market's true "bogeyman" and offers some trading recommendations for navigating increasingly choppy waters.
TechCrunch is poised to break through the huge noise surrounding blockchain with a new event. Zug, the Swiss Canton just outside of Zurich, has come to be known as “Crypto Valley” because it’s become a regulatory haven where startups are increas
The explosion of homeless encampments alongside California railroad tracks has led to chronic delays for the state's rocketing ridership, an outbreak of accidental fires and deadly collisions, frustrating executives who call the vagrants' presence "unacc
COPS are growing “increasingly concerned” for the welfare of a 15-year-old girl who has been reported missing. Mia Burrows was last night reported missing from the Consett area of Country Durham. Appealing for information, Durham Constabulary
It's the Queen's birthday, which means it's time to celebrate on "The Royals." However, even a moment filled with joy though won't be without its moments of increasingly awkward drama on Season 4, Episode 6, "My News Shall Be The Fruit To That Great F
Cancer doctors are increasingly turning to genetics test to help them treat their patients with advanced forms of cancer.
But as we learn more about the genetics, we're learning that a lot of it is connected to the genes we inherit, as opposed to th
Having previously fostered a reputation for giving shows time to find an audience, Netflix appears to have recently discovered a ruthless streak. Indeed, just two months after premiering on the streaming service, the nostalgic 90s coming of age drama Ever
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Floggings carried out under Islamic law will no longer be held in public or be allowed to be recorded in an Indonesian province where Christians, homosexuals and unmarried couples have increasingly been whipped in front of jeering crowds.
• £35m deadline-day signing has started five league games• Identity of new Chelsea coach may affect midfielder’s thinkingDanny Drinkwater is growing frustrated at his bit-part role at Chelsea and will consider his future at the end of the season af
A Myanmar court refused to dismiss a case against two Reuters journalists who have been held in prison since December for their reporting on the Rohingya crisis, highlighting the country’s increasingly troubled shift to democracy.
Across Western democracies in recent years, the politics of ideology, fear, hope and feeling have dominated the debate. Parties have retreated from the centre-ground and in increasingly polarised times, conciliation and realism are missing from much of th