OPINION

Blaming China for terror obscures the truth


Terrorism is a worldwide non-traditional security threat, which poses increasingly severe challenges to mankind

7% target reflects China’s ‘new normal’

The Chinese have gone through the psychological gap caused by the slowdown of economic growth, and they will find the real benefits are produced at a slower speed.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-6 0:13:02

Lei Feng’s legacy twisted through biased commentaries

Chinese people have long admired traditional merits such as altruism and love for others
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-6 0:13:02

Lethal weapons

Pakistan's elite female force fighting the Taliban
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-6 0:13:01

Voice on anti-corruption

It’s hard to say, because the top leadership makes the call
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-6 0:08:21

Voice hitting back against Israeli Prime Minister

It is the creator of the greatest danger for the region
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-6 0:08:20

Ambitious Indian budget hopes to get national economy soaring

In the international financial community, few had questioned the veracity of India’s economic numbers until now
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:48:03

Modi’s olive branch to Pakistan welcome

Modi may have realized that he needs to consolidate on improving his image and thus take a fresh start in terms of policymaking.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:43:02

Merkel’s visit can guide Japan toward politics of heartfelt repentance

There is a misconception that there have been virtually no attempts whatsoever by the Japanese to improve their relations with China.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:38:01

Blaming China for terror obscures the truth

Terrorism is a worldwide non-traditional security threat, which poses increasingly severe challenges to mankind
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:33:01

Koreans balance responsibility and desire after adultery law lifted

The tradition of treating adultery as a crime might have gone but infidelity still remains immoral and unethical universally
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:33:01

Self-obsession of US rich parodies poor

it turns out the greatest satire ever produced on the upper classes may be their own obsession with their health.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 23:28:01

Defense budget rise echoes nation’s growth

Although ranking the second for a few years in a row, China’s military spending is not in proportion to its real security situation.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 0:18:02

Maternity tourism an indication of welfare demand gap

China is endeavoring to deepen reforms in an array of sectors and great efforts are being made to improve people’s wellbeing to enable them to access better education, environment and social security.
Source: Global Times | 2015-3-5 0:18:02