OPINION

Sanctions lift sends mixed signal to Myanmar


Given the newly-elected NLD lacks governing experience and the US has its own calculations, the US-Myanmese relationship will not go smoothly in the future.

Partner of expendiency

Obama's Vietnam tour
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-25 0:58:01

Diplomats should avoid public opinion spotlight

We should be confident that China has the ability to control its interactions with the US.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-25 0:53:02

Intervention in maritime dispute not in interest of G7

The G7 is already facing the dilemma of waning influence. Enhancing cooperation with China tallies with the interests of the group. It’s unwise for G7 to drag itself into the South China Sea spat.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-25 0:53:01

Washington uses past foe Vietnam to counter China

The US shouldn’t look for Vietnam and other ASEAN nations to pick sides between China and the US, nor should the US turn Vietnam into an ally. Both scenarios will jeopardize regional security.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-25 0:53:01

Multiple considerations drive New Delhi’s Chabahar port project

The China-India relationship has maintained a positive momentum in recent years and could be said to be at its best point in half a century. Neither the government nor media in each country should view the cooperation of the other side with a third party in a zero-sum context.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-25 0:48:01

Peaceful liberation created modern Tibet

Communications and exchanges between Tibetans and people from the rest of the country are also needed to foster the mutual understanding between the two sides and the well-being of the whole nation.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 23:58:01

Green candidate narrowly beats far-right in closely watched Austrian election

The new president will face the challenge of uniting a deeply divided country.
Source: Xinhua | 2016-5-24 23:48:01

Mutual recognition helps bridge civilizations

In a nutshell, a proper recognition of the others, rather than a condescending demeanor, is a shortcut to ending the current disputes between “we and the rest.” No matter how great or powerful any single state or civilization might become, the “rest” will be always bigger and more populous than it.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 23:38:01

Humanitarian challenges push NGOs into devising new methods of aid

Due to an increase of conflicts in the past two decades and various natural disasters taking place in the period, the need for humanitarian funding is unprecedented, with UN-led appeals growing six-fold from $3.4 billion in 2003 to nearly $21 billion at present.
Source: Xinhua | 2016-5-24 23:33:01

Obama's Hanoi trip bolsters US’ China containment

The three strategic emphases embody the three nets that the US is knitting around China.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 1:11:05

Regulating foreign NGOs important and imperative

These NGOs with ulterior motives and their patrons shouldn’t underestimate China’s determination to fend off threats to its national interest, nor should they beef about China’s actions. China won’t hesitate to wield its legitimate and legal power to do what is right.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 1:11:05

Sanctions lift sends mixed signal to Myanmar

Given the newly-elected NLD lacks governing experience and the US has its own calculations, the US-Myanmese relationship will not go smoothly in the future.
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 1:11:05

Courting New Delhi

Apple finds potential new factory hub in India
Source: Global Times | 2016-5-24 1:08:01