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Huawei ban will sour Indian business climate


It is possible that Huawei may strive for an appropriate way to participate in India's 5G construction. It is hoped that the Indian government will create a more friendly and positive environment for economic cooperation between the two countries.


South Korea visit plan shows Kim ready to admit development gap

In the past decades, the central question on the Korean Peninsula issue has been whether North Korea is inclined to reforms. But now the focus would be more on how the US and President Trump could grasp this historic opportunity to make change happen earlier and smoother by skillfully navigating US domestic politics.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/20 19:43:40

Pyongyang joint declaration a landmark in inter-Korean ties

If the US is not satisfied with the progress of North Korea's denuclearization, it is likely to obstruct South Korea's plans and measures.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/20 19:38:40

Why Thailand is seeking Sino-Japanese cooperation in infrastructure

A new model of cooperation that is market-oriented and mutually beneficial and allows enterprises to play the leading role should be set up and be promoted to regions including Southeast Asia and Africa.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/19 19:38:41

Huawei ban will sour Indian business climate

It is possible that Huawei may strive for an appropriate way to participate in India's 5G construction. It is hoped that the Indian government will create a more friendly and positive environment for economic cooperation between the two countries.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/19 19:33:44

Okinawa US military base issue festers in post-governor Takeshi Onaga era

Whatever the election result, both the Japanese government and the majority of Japanese people are responsible for discrimination against Okinawa. And with the death of Onaga this issue cannot be morally evaded. When the election ends, I together with other Japanese people should listen to the voice of people in Okinawa and respect their choice.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/18 19:38:40

How far can Moon's North Korea visit go?

Moon's Pyongyang tour will create a peaceful atmosphere on the peninsula and inject new momentum into the denuclearization process and peace mechanism.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/18 19:33:40

WWII peace treaty between Russia, Japan unlikely in near future

Signing the peace treaty is a contest of patience and both Russia and Japan have pinned their hopes on concessions from the other side.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/17 19:08:40

How Seoul can break peninsula logjam

South Korea needs to work out a better way of communication. Since the beginning of 2018, exchange of opinion over the peninsula issue has been driven by interactions between heads of states. The top-down approach has played an extremely significant role in breaking the stalemate and formed a thinking pattern in addressing the issue.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/17 19:03:39

Decriminalizing homosexuality a landmark for India after long-drawn legal fight

There is a long way to go. But the sexual minority group will press forward with indomitable will. Just as Indian Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra quoted German writer Goethe, “I am what I am. So take me as I am... Denial of self-expression is like death.”
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/16 19:33:39

Chinese FM's Pakistan trip cements relations

Wang Yi's visit to Pakistan was highly successful, as it has set the tone for taking collaboration between the two countries to new heights.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/16 19:13:40

North Korea's reconciliatory signals need US response

Now is the time for the US to grab the opportunity of transforming symbolic goodwill gestures into concrete attempts to bring about peace.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/13 17:43:40

Foreign corporate interests foment anti-China mood in Australia

It is rather embarrassing to point a finger at China for foreign interference when Australia's allies' financial interests are trumping the country's national interest.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/12 19:13:41

How to read N.Korea's signals in military parade

Some in the US fundamentally believe that North Korea is not a “normal country” qualified to negotiate with the US – that is the crux of strained bilateral relations.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/12 19:13:40

Personal ties won't help Japan avoid US tariffs

The Japan-US alliance might not be shaky at this time, but it will prompt more Japanese to reflect on their relationships with the US and China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/11 18:48:39

India playing wily game with US, Russia and China

India is playing games to gain benefits from all sides – China, Russia and the US.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/11 14:08:39

US-Pak ties strained by anti-terror accusations hard to thaw

The construction of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will not only promote Pakistan's economic and social development, but also benefit Afghanistan. If the US supports and participates in the construction of CPEC, it will be conducive to achieving stability in the Pakistan-Afghanistan region as well.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/10 19:38:39

US tilts toward India in shifting South Asia policy

The current situation risks polarizing the regional order in which Washington looms as a condescending and partisan actor which Pakistan hates to engage even in times of crisis.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/9 22:11:56

Is Duterte launching a diplomacy revolution?

To a large extent, the Philippines' China policy shows a hedging feature – it not only seeks to maximize short-term interests, but also prepares itself for long-term risks.
Source: Global Times | 2018/9/9 17:58:40