More than 60 percent of Greek voters on Sunday rejected the terms of an international bailout in a referendum, signaling the country’s official rebellion against the EU. The EU is facing a painful choice.
Presidential candidates are unlikely to have any bearing on policy in China, but they can affect US public opinion on China.
Chinese stocks tumbled again on Friday, with the Shanghai Composite Index falling 5.77 percent to below 3,700 points. A-share stocks have plummeted nearly 30 percent in the past three weeks. Huge losses have been inflicted on many individual investors who had recently entered the market.
Not falling for conspiracy theories can help us analyze objectively why there was a stock market slump.
Major divergences remain with regard to the definition of the Constitution and to dangerous violations of it.
With robust economic and trade cooperation, the two sides have largely stayed on good terms geopolitically.
US allies that have joined the AIIB do not mean to flatter China, but they see the benefits will outweigh their relations with Washington.
Most of Tokyo’s abnormal feeling derives from its strong sense of crisis facing a rising China.
There are grounds for both those who are for and against legalizing same-sex marriage in the US.
Three terrorist attacks occurred on Friday in France, Tunisia and Kuwait, leaving at least 40 dead. One person was even decapitated, with his head hanging from a factory gate in France. At least two of the attacks are related to the Islamic State (IS), reports said.
While China and the US wrapped up their annual strategic dialogue and reached 310 agreements, the two countries again clashed over human rights.
Projecting a positive image matters to both China and the US, as they are influential major powers.
While it is hard to establish mutual strategic trust, it is more difficult for the two countries to break up.
The military parade will sustain the world’s attention on the history of the Asia-Pacific theater.
Chinese society has a strong feeling that Washington is slipping into containing China.
Hong Kong is at a crossroads. Its next step requires the wisdom and determination of Hongkongers, insights from the city’s administration, and constructive engagement between its society and the government.
We are concerned that a Pandora’s box is being opened in Hong Kong.
The fact is that if the opposition camp vetoes the reform plan, political reform will come to a standstill.