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Huawei must never cede to US pressures

As the most powerful country in the world, the US is adept at seeking geopolitical interests under legal pretext. There is no power in the world that can effectively restrict it. Ever since Washington began to recklessly pursue "America First," its international relations have entered a difficult time.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/29 16:33:24

5G competition a new arms race?

It's hard to accurately understand the potential of 5G technology and its significance nowadays. More imagination should be encouraged. However, referring to 5G competition as an arms race and attaching so much importance to the dominance of the technology is typical American thinking.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/28 21:50:42

Resignation reveals political interference

Ottawa is now as sensitive as a frightened bird. A few words by the ambassador should not have posed any impact on court decisions. Nonetheless, judging from the reactions of many politicians and journalists in Canada, McCallum's remarks are like a dreadful monster.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/27 21:07:13

Canadian envoy's apology shows 'political correctness' subverts rule of law

Canadian Ambassador to China John McCallum admitted on Thursday that he misspoke on the case of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou by suggesting that she had a strong case to fight extradition to the US.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/25 23:30:55

US warships' futile geopolitical provocation in Taiwan Straits

The US Pacific fleet's guided missile destroyer USS McCampbell and the USNS Walter S.Diehl transited through the Taiwan Straits on Thursday. This is the first time that US warships passed through the Taiwan Straits this year, and the third action of such kind since October. Such high frequency has been rare in recent years.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/25 19:48:40

No interference in Venezuelan issues

The international community should encourage forces of Venezuela to peacefully solve the issue within the framework of dialogue. Picking sides will not be conducive to the solution, but intensify the rivalry, worsen the situation and possibly push the nation into long-term turmoil.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/24 22:50:03

West should report detention professionally

According to Western media outlets, the Australian government said Wednesday that it has received notification from the Chinese side that the Chinese-Australian Yang Hengjun has been detained in China. A few days before that, Western media reported Yang "missing" in China.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/24 16:33:54

Prepare for protracted game over Meng

Any countries and forces that persecute Chinese citizens and infringe on China's interests will pay a heavy price.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/23 22:08:41

Canada must not extradite Meng Wanzhou

Canada, being a henchman for the US and abiding by the so-called extradition treaty between the US and Canada, persecutes senior executives of Chinese companies regardless of international law and friendly ties with China. How can Canada be detached from the case if Meng is extradited?
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/22 20:58:41

How to correctly read China's GDP figure

The lowest growth rate does not indicate that China's economy is facing a crisis. Instead it's a process of resolving tough problems, controlling serious risks and finally realizing a soft landing.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/21 21:28:39

US signals optimism on trade talks

As positive signals about China-US negotiations have helped stabilize the US market, it has become clear that an agreement is not only desired by China, but also accords with US interests.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/20 20:53:39

US missile defense plan reveals illusion disguised as safety net

This latest missile defense system will neither discourage Russia or China, nor benefit the US in negotiations with North Korea and Iran. It seems the real purpose of any US missile defense system is nothing more than a tool used by White House leaders to help fool the American public.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/18 7:41:46

Huawei victim of high-tech McCarthyism

It is hoped the Chinese government will figure out more solutions to protect Chinese enterprises from political discrimination. The countries and companies which rebuff Chinese firms for unjustifiable reasons will pay the price.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/17 21:50:24

US mind-set can never comprehend PLA

The US on the other hand uses military force willfully. If Washington judges Beijing by the experiences of the US itself, the conclusion is highly likely to be wrong.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/16 21:28:10

Canada's protests test China's reform

From conflicts to conflicts, through cooperation to cooperation, China's gate remains open to the US and Canada. The more flexible we switch between the two, the more it shows how open China really is.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/15 20:48:40

Schellenberg trial shows Canada's arbitrary view of rule of law

Canadian drug smuggler Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was sentenced to death on Monday by the Intermediate People's Court in Dalian, Liaoning Province. This is the latest ruling after the Liaoning Provincial High People's Court sent back the case and the Intermediate People's Court in Dalian opened a public retrial. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused China of "arbitrarily" applying death penalty to Canadian on Monday evening, Beijing Time.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/14 23:56:45

US admiral visit a chance for dialogue

Richardson's visit to China is an important opportunity for China and the US to improve mutual understanding and reduce misjudgments. It is hoped the two sides can better understand each other and reach a consensus on how to avoid conflicts which neither side wishes.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/14 21:08:40

Poland becoming a US accomplice

China must not be soft at this point. Beijing will not bully Warsaw – and it is unworthy to do so – but the latter must pay for the offense.
Source: Global Times | 2019/1/13 20:33:39