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Foreign workers in Beijing can now own a property

Foreign Workers Can Own a Property in Beijing

Foreign workers in Beijing, who hold permits, are now allowed to buy one residential apartment - with the cancellation of the requirement of having at least one year employment in the city, according to authorities.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) is greeted by U.S. House leaders at the Capitol Hill, March 3, 2015.

Republicans Find Rallying Point As They Hit Obama's Foreign Policy

Republicans on Capitol Hill have zeroed in on challenging the foreign policy of President Barack, particularly in the way he handles the nuclear arms negotiations with Iran, and the crisis in Eastern Ukraine perpertuated by Russian-backed separatists.

Jeb Bush

Republican Frontrunner Jeb Bush on Foreign Policy: 'I Am My Own Man'

Early Republican frontrunner Jeb Bush on Wednesday sought to allay worries over his views on foreign policy that might follow the legacies of his father George H.W. Bush and brother George W. Bush, stressing, "I am my own man."

Senator Marco Rubio

Senator Marco Rubio Claims Foreign Policy Of Obama Over Cuba Is Supported By Senator Rand Paul

United States President Barack Obama has recently lifted the bans over Cuba and has restored its ties with the country resulting to disagreements between elected officials such as Republican Florida Senator Marco Rubio and fellow Republican Senator Rand Paul.

Russia's President Vladimir Putin and China's President Xi Jinping in Shanghai, May 20, 2014.

China, Russia Vow Military Cooperation Against U.S. Pivot To Asia Pacific

China and Russia on Tuesday pledged to bolster military cooperation and hold joint naval exercises in a move intended to counter the United States' growing influence in the Asia Pacific.

Bobby Jindal

Potential Presidential Candidate Jindal Slams Obama’s ‘Harmful’ Foreign Policy

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, a potential Republican candidate in the 2016 presidential election, slammed President Barack Obama's "harmful" foreign policy, pushing the U.S. to increase its defense spending.

China, India Enhance Trade, Paves Way For Border Resolution

China and India will sign a US$65 billion trade and infrastructure deal during a summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi this week, a move that could improve bilateral ties rife with mutual mistrust and acrimony.

U.S. President Barack Obama met with Speaker of the House John Boehner, shown, and other Congressional leaders in the Oval Office of the White House on Tuesday to discuss ISIS.

Boehner, Congressional Leaders, Back Obama on ISIS Strategy

Responding Thursday to President Barack Obama's announced strategy to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, House Speaker John Boehner conveyed an unusual message of unity as he supported the effort.

Islamic State (IS)

Steven Sotloff’s Execution Proves ISIS Will Not Negotiate

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's (ISIS) execution of Steven Stoloff only proved they never intended to negotiate with the U.S. or its allies.

U.S. President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Obama, Clinton 'Hug It Out' In Martha's Vineyard After Foreign Policy Criticism

United States President Barack Obama was seen rubbing shoulders with former State Secretary Hillary Clinton at a party in Martha's Vineyard on Wednesday.

Obama's Foreign Policy in Libya Gets Republican Criticism

As the fighting in Libya approached its capital in Tripoli, Washington scrambled to withdraw its personnel from the embassy, earning Republican criticism for its weak foreign policy in the region.

U.S. Embassy In Libya Evacuated As Fighting Draws Near Capital

Washington announced on Saturday that it has evacuated its personnel from its embassy in Tripoli as hostilities steadily reached the Libyan capital.

Rick Perry Lambasts Rand Paul's foreign policy in Post op-ed piece

Texas Gov. Rick Perry assailed Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) for his stance against deploying troops in the Middle East, a sign of things to come for potential presidential candidates of the Republican party in 2016.

Erectile Dysfunction

Chinese General Calls US Foreign Policy A Case Of Erectile Dysfunction

A Chinese general said in a regional conference during the weekend that U.S. foreign policy suffers from a case of erectile dysfunction.

Shinzo Abe

Japanese Prime Minister Sets Stronger Foreign Policy To Counter China's Intimidation

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rearranges the power balance in the East and Southeast Asian regions after laying out an assertive foreign policy that would increase maritime aid to Vietnam.

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