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As the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Beijing, we discuss whether China's regional and global policy presents an opportunity for economic cooperation or a threat to its neighbours and global partners. Adopting a phrase from the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, we discuss whether China is proving to be a a "civilised lion" or a dangerous predator - and whether Washington should focus on containment or cooperation in its policy towards Beijing.
Burundian general announces coup; Mosul's governor in exile; Prince Charles' letters
Battle for control of Bujumbura; stranded Myanmar migrant boat; Johnny Depp's dogs
Army general says Burundi president “overthrown”; bus murder in Karachi; 10 years since Andijan killings
Dozens killed in second Nepal earthquake; Yemen ceasefire begins; What’s the point of presidential libraries?
Second major earthquake hits Nepal; Bangladesh blogger killed; Manchester's FC United.