China passes first counter-terrorism bill into law

China’s governing body has passed its first-ever counter-terrorism bill, which it says will help address rising terror threats at home and boost international security. An Weixing, an official with the public security ministry, told journalists on Sunday that terror attacks were a rising issue in China. “Terrorist attacks have caused heavy losses of people’s lives… Read More China passes first counter-terrorism bill into law

Japan’s neighbors reacts to its recently passed bill

China’s Ministry of Defense accused Japan of clinging to a “Cold War mentality,” while media outlets noted the measures were passed a day after the 84th anniversary of Japan’s invasion of China. On September 18, 1931, an explosion destroyed a section of railroad owned by a Japanese company in the Chinese city of Mukden. Japan… Read More Japan’s neighbors reacts to its recently passed bill