OPINION

Africa values China governing experience


In the next three years, China will invite an additional 1,000 young African leaders to come to China for training; they will become the new force to boost exchanges of governing philosophies between China and African countries.

India’s expulsion of reporters is petty act

The China-India bilateral relationship now is on a sound track, with a by and large tranquil border and steadily booming trade.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 23:23:00

Can Ramos repair battered Sino-Philippine relationship?

Provoking a neighboring country while turning itself into cannon fodder for games among major powers will bring no benefit to the Philippines. China welcomes Manila to jointly develop natural resources in the South China Sea, but only if the latter does not step on Beijing’s bottom line. This is key to the prediction of whether Ramos will bring Sino-Philippine ties to a new start.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 21:43:00

Africa values China governing experience

In the next three years, China will invite an additional 1,000 young African leaders to come to China for training; they will become the new force to boost exchanges of governing philosophies between China and African countries.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 17:38:00

Maverick Johnson unable to restore Britain’s influence as Brexit unfolds

Under this context, it is simply unrealistic to expect Britain to exert any considerable influence in global or even regional affairs.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 15:48:00

Russian suspicions of China hold back ties

Sino-Russian relations are important, but should not be exaggerated. China should keep in mind that some supporters won’t make much difference in face of outside pressure. China’s national security and sovereign integrity do not depend on diplomacy, but on good governance and its people’s support.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 19:18:00

For better, for worse

Trump was officially announced as presidential candidate for Republican
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 21:53:00

Indian-backed Nepali political power-sharing deal stirs worries in Beijing

With a deep concern and watchful eyes of both the neighboring countries, how the impending new government takes both relations forward will decide the success or downfall of the new government.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 19:18:01

Washington adds to Sino-US security dilemma

China and the US indeed have large space to avoid confrontation and expand cooperation, but this depends on high-quality strategic communication. Now it is a critical juncture where Beijing and Washington must show strategic restraint to each other.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 19:23:00

Xingtai offers another lesson in information transparency

Heavy rains this week touched off severe floods in northern China, inflicting great loss to life and property in Daxian village, Xingtai, Hebei Province. According to local authorities, 25 were killed and 13 were still missing by Saturday.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-23 21:07:51

ASEAN needs clear mind in sea disputes

The 2016 ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and the ASEAN Regional Forum will be held soon in Laos. A summit over the 25th anniversary of ASEAN-China dialogue relations will also kick start in September. Smooth communication over the South China Sea between China and ASEAN will without question bring good news for the implementation of a dual-track approach, but all that is based on whether ASEAN can get a clear understanding of its role in the waters.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-21 19:43:00

Young ambassadors program builds Sino-US trust for new generation

At last month's 2016 US-China Consultation on People-to-People Exchange (CPE), the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy and other organizations were recognized for their pioneering efforts to cultivate the next generation of global leaders. Officially launched at the CPE, Carnegie-Tsinghua's Young Ambassadors Program engages young leaders from China, the US and around the world to develop tomorrow's innovative leaders in policymaking, international business, academia and diplomacy. The center shares the CPE's mission of strengthening people-to-people ties, and so we are honored that Carnegie-Tsinghua was chosen to join other like-minded organizations at this important forum for expanding cultural engagement between everyday Chinese and US citizens.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-24 11:18:01

National boycotts backfire in globalized age

International politics doesn’t usually infringe on daily life. But soon after an international tribunal ruled against China and in favor of the Philippines on the South China Sea disputes, some Chinese netizens called for a boycott of fruits imported from this Southeast Asian country.
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-23 1:23:01

Whup, whup, that’s the sound of the police

What would parents or grandparents do if they felt powerless to stop their children from running out of control? The popular solution in recent years has been “threatening to call the police.”
Source: Global Times | 2016-7-23 1:23:00