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Chinese Foreign Minister in Pyongyang ahead of Trump-Kim meet

Chinese Foreign Minister in Pyongyang ahead of Trump-Kim meet

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is expected to discuss the proposed "quadrilateral" peace talks.

Macron, Putin agree on preserving Iran nuclear deal

Macron, Putin agree on preserving Iran nuclear deal

The US has indicated it may want some parts of the deal renegotiated or entirely scrapped.

“Sailing in the same boat”: Xi and Modi talk up bilateral ties

“Sailing in the same boat”: Xi and Modi talk up bilateral ties

The two leaders made statements that seem to suggest they are looking to reset the sometimes touchy relationship between Asia’s most powerful countries.

Kim, Moon pledge denuclearization, ending Korean War

Kim, Moon pledge denuclearization, ending Korean War

"It took us 11 years to get here," Kim said in brief remarks to the press.

Xi hosts Indian Prime Minister Modi in Wuhan

Xi hosts Indian Prime Minister Modi in Wuhan

China is India's largest trading partner.

Analysis: North Korea has no choice but to back down

Analysis: North Korea has no choice but to back down

A mix of diplomacy and economic incentives will get North Korea to back away from its belligerent footing.

Iran, Russia, Turkey to meet on Syria

Iran, Russia, Turkey to meet on Syria

In 2017, the three countries established the Astana peace talks following the liberation of the city of Aleppo.

Iran moves closer to join Russia-led economic bloc

Iran moves closer to join Russia-led economic bloc

Iran's inclusion into the EEU will help it access markets that may have been previously blocked due to US sanctions.

Brazil GDP growth in 2018 to reach 2.3% – IMF

Brazil GDP growth in 2018 to reach 2.3% – IMF

"Financial conditions since August have generally remained supportive of a pickup in Brazil's economic activity."

IMF urges China, US to negotiate over trade

IMF urges China, US to negotiate over trade

Lagarde said that China and the US should work within the framework of rules-based multilateral institutions.