Xi Jinping

The new cold war

The warm climate that Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin made a point of cultivating during the Russian president's official visit to China confirms that we are at the beginning of a new cold war. "Together we are defending the principles of justice and a democratic world order reflecting multipolar realities and based on international law," Putin told Xi.

China's Peace Proposal for Ukraine Gains Putin's Support

Russian President Vladimir Putin has voiced his support for China's proposed peace initiative aimed at resolving the ongoing war in Ukraine, as reported by Reuters. In an interview with Xinhua news agency preceding his visit to Beijing, Putin emphasized Russia's openness to dialogue and negotiations in seeking resolution to the conflict, which has endured for over two years.

Putin to visit Beijing, meet Xi this week

Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit China this week and meet with leader Xi Jinping, the two countries announced Tuesday.

Putin will be in Beijing from Thursday to Friday, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement, the Russian leader's first trip abroad since his March re-election and his second in just over six months to China.

China's Xi in Hungary celebrates 'history's best' relations with Orban

President Xi Jinping vowed to deepen already flourishing economic ties with Hungary during a visit to Budapest on Thursday, advocating that its closest European Union ally "play a bigger role" in fostering relations between Beijing and the bloc.

The state visit to Hungary is the final leg of Xi's first European tour since 2019 that led him to France and Serbia earlier this week.

China's Xi in Hungary to celebrate 'new era' with Orban

Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Hungary Thursday seeking a "new journey" with Beijing's closest European Union ally amid Beijing's divisions with the West over the Ukraine war and global trade.

The state visit to Hungary is the last leg of Xi's European tour, his first to the continent since 2019.