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Modi takes a gamble with money reform

Demonetization is a gamble for Modi. He bet on both the execution ability of the government and the tolerance level of the Indian society, hoping that the benefits of this reform can outrun the negative social impacts and low morale.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/26 1:23:39

Why does Russian propaganda vex the EU?

Now European countries are keeping high alert toward Moscow’s so-called propaganda war.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/24 23:33:39

China’s role needed for truce in Myanmar

It has seriously affected the security and development of China’s border areas.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/24 0:03:39

Trump quitting TPP sends unclear signals

Trump should know that China can be one of the best partners in the process of reviving the US economy.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/22 23:38:39

Western media’s crusade against Facebook

Things changed really quickly, as the anxiety over Internet management has been transferred to the US.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/21 23:53:40

Can China overtake US to lead the world?

For a long time to come, the leadership of the US will be irreplaceable, meanwhile, China’s further rise is inevitable.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/21 0:43:39

Trump meets Abe, but fails Japan

This time, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is No.1 in the world. He met with US President-elect Donald Trump in New York on Thursday for 90 minutes, and became the first foreign leader to meet with Trump after the US election.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/19 0:08:39

China-LatAm ties product of globalization

China-Latin America relations do not target the US as many US pundits who believe in the Monroe Doctrine have depicted.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/17 23:38:39

PACOM chief shouldn’t misguide Trump

Harris set the tone in advance that Trump should follow Hillary Clinton’s rebalancing strategy.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/17 0:33:39

Nail-gun murderer execution a triumph for rule of law

The case shows that activists should be prudent when getting involved in such cases as what they know may not support their judgment. They may be trapped in their own sense of moral superiority over the judges. Judges and activists should both hold the law in awe.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/15 19:58:39

Xi-Trump call sends positive signal

Trump is probably the very American leader who will make strides in reshaping major-power relations in a pragmatic manner.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/14 20:28:39

Will Trump start a trade war against China?

Making things difficult for China politically will do him no good.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/13 23:23:39

India will not become a pawn of Japan

India will not become a pawn for Japan to contain China, as it wants to become a power on par with China and Japan and benefit from both sides.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/12 0:18:39

Can Trump be a powerful president?

Generally speaking, Trump is unable to show real toughness.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/10 23:18:39

China strong enough to cope with Trump victory

Though Trump has long been a global figure, neither the US nor the world is ready for his presidency. For a long time, most people believed Clinton was likely to win and Trump’s crazy election campaign would end at any time.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/9 18:58:39

US perverse in opposing China’s cyber law

They attributed their failure to “unfair treatment.” But China’s rules are for all enterprises.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/8 22:33:40

NPC interpretation a blow to HK extremists

The NPC interpretation doesn’t set up any additional principles for Hong Kong.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/7 22:58:40

Hong Kong must cleanse opposition rhetoric chaos

On the issues concerning Hong Kong governance and national security, the central government is obliged to make full use of the power stipulated by the Basic Law. A few people of radical opposition are creating chaos among public opinion and affected the understanding of some Hong Kong people. The fallacies they created must be cleaned up.
Source: Global Times | 2016/11/7 0:38:39