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Sick US trumpets attacks against China: Global Times editorial

The US regards Hong Kong as a pawn to confront the Chinese mainland. It has become obvious that once the US fails to take advantage of Hong Kong, it will treat Hong Kong people as enemies. The more sanctions the US imposes on Hong Kong, the more Hongkongers' interests will be tied to the whole country.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/28 20:43:31

Era of US intimidating China over: Global Times editorial

The China-US “battle” over Hong Kong is on. The US is free to play any cards in its hand. Hong Kong is under China's sovereignty, and whatever act Washington passes is just wastepaper.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/27 21:23:40

China should always be in crisis mode: Global Times editorial

China is not in a position to boast. It must always keep a sense of crisis and fight for the better.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/26 22:01:25

Japan is not Australia, urged to be neutral: Global Times editorial

Beijing-Tokyo relations are normalizing. Japan should try to stay neutral between China and the US, rather than picking a side publicly like Australia.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/26 21:53:54

US talk of Hong Kong a nothingburger: Global Times editorial

Fighting the national security law for Hong Kong is not a universal value and cannot withstand serious scrutiny. Isn't national security the top priority for each and every country?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 21:31:08

'Wolf warrior' diplomacy a US trait: Global Times editorial

In terms of “wolf warrior”, the US has peaked in its diplomacy. Just look at how many countries are being sanctioned by the US, in how many places is the US stationing its troops and how many countries' internal affairs are being interfered with by the US?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 21:38:41

National security law a 'death knell' for US intervention in HK: Global Times editorial

Will a national security law that is to be implemented in Hong Kong undermine the “one country, two systems” principle? Before answering this question, we'd like to ask: Which country does not have national security laws? Which country would allow its administrative regions to become a void of national security where some internal forces collude with foreign forces and jeopardize national security?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/23 16:17:37

US sanction card over HK won't intimidate China: Global Times editorial

Hong Kong belongs to China, not the US. The latter has only two choices when it comes to the city: be a friendly cooperator, or stay away. China will never offer the US a third option.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/22 21:03:38

China will not forget goal without GDP target: Global Times editorial

The Chinese economy is facing difficulties. Yet the Chinese people's trust in their government has reached a new peak.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/22 19:38:40

National security legislation offers overdue remedy for HK: Global Times editorial

Chinese mainlanders support Hong Kong in maintaining its political system and unique social style. It is unnecessary for Hong Kong to exercise what the Chinese mainland possesses. It is foreseeable that HKSAR national security legislation would serve the city's best interests and provide a better future for the “Pearl of the Orient.”
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/22 4:11:17

Washington's malicious attack a disgrace to democracy

The US presidential election has aggravated the difficulties of the global COVID-19 fight. There used to be shameless elections in Europe's history that destroyed order and peace. Hopefully, the US will not make humanity repeat the same mistakes.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/21 21:12:43

Tsai must be warned for her to stay sober: Global Times editorial

The most important thing for the DPP authorities is that they should focus on the internal affairs of the island. They don't have ability to alter the political and military pattern in the Taiwan Straits, nor will they be able to control the situation after they start trouble and trigger a chain reaction. The Tsai authorities should act prudently.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/20 21:57:11

US and Taiwan cannot afford starting new game over Taiwan question: Global Times editorial

China is becoming more powerful, and our ability to claim sovereignty over Taiwan is certainly growing. At this time, the US and Taiwan want to play petty tricks at a low cost, which is too naive. We will make them feel pain in some places that they can't think of.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/20 10:02:11

World Health Assembly slaps US hooliganism: Global Times editorial

To be reelected, will the Trump administration do more outrageous things, posing more serious threats to the world? We suspect there is nothing Washington dare not do right now. After all, what will it care if it doesn't care about tens of thousands, and even hundreds of thousands of lives?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/19 17:12:30

It's US that fears probe on virus origin: Global Times editorial

Regardless of the origin, the virus has been a threat to all humanity. China upholds an attitude that the virus is a common enemy and that the international community should join hands against it. This is a consensus shared by the vast majority of countries.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/18 21:28:11

Virus investigation must be fair, scientific: Global Times editorial

A scientific investigation should be carried out. But first of all, it should be led by WHO rather than any country or regional organization. Second, the investigation needs to be scientific and fair.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/17 21:24:13

China's countermeasures ready for prolonged 'war' with US: Global Times editorial

China's countermeasures are a showcase of attitudes, which serve as a reminder to the US that the US has to pay a heavy price for suppressing Huawei.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/15 20:15:24

Trump turns up election strategy nonsense with China 'cut-off' threat: Global Times editorial

The Trump administration is trying to convince American voters of the importance of fighting with China to win in November. China will not be distracted by their political shenanigans and will maintain its strategic focus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/15 5:26:01