OP-ED >> Editorial

Nuclear button no solution to North Korea nuke crisis

Resolving the nuclear crisis peacefully is probably the most difficult international political goal in the world today. But vying for who has a bigger, more powerful nuclear button is definitely not a solution.
Source: Global Times | 2018/1/3 23:08:39

Washington casts aside Pakistan as purpose served

A major reason for the fact that Washington dares to humiliate Islamabad now is that it does not depend on the country the way it used to. The scale of today's US troops in Afghanistan is much smaller than before. Washington is casting Pakistan aside now Islamabad has served its purpose.
Source: Global Times | 2018/1/2 23:23:40

Iran chaos reflects US' declining authority

How Iran solves the crisis should be determined on its own.
Source: Global Times | 2018/1/2 23:23:39

Iran turmoil offers lesson for non-Western nations

But the government systems of this world are not up to the West to decide. Each country's history, culture, economy and social development differs from another. The one-size-fits-all Western political standard will only create blood and pain and is not in the interests of the general public in developing countries.
Source: Global Times | 2018/1/1 23:13:39

Trump's accusation based on shaky evidence

Some Westerners and South Koreans launched an offensive against China. On the one hand, they refused to implement dialogue as required by the resolutions. On the other, they imposed unilateral sanctions beyond the UN Security Council resolutions.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/29 17:40:01

China stable as US shakes world in 2017

The US abruptly changed some of the rules of the game in the international community, yet the tools in Washington's hands are limited. The crisis on the Korean Peninsula revealed that Washington's capabilities don't match its volition.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/28 23:13:39

India haunted by containment delusion

India should stop treating those small countries around it as its mistresses and showing no tolerance when they interact with other major powers.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/27 23:18:39

West's accusations of Chinese interference laughable

Western countries tend to influence the values of non-Western countries. They are habitually trying to interfere in China's values, but their ability to do so has fallen short of their wishes with China's rise.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/27 16:38:39

Japan's fake "hotline" story reveals deeper motives

The entire world is aware of the powder keg that has come to represent the Korean Peninsula situation. Seizing upon opportunities that help bring peace and calm to the region is at the very least humanitarian.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/27 7:13:30

Mao's legacies gain more respect over time

We are now still enjoying many of Mao's political legacies. Drawing lessons from his mistakes also helps us remain vigilant against following the same old unfortunate road of false logic. Paying tribute to Mao is the common feeling of Chinese people and the sentiment will strengthen to transcend time and space.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/26 22:43:39

China's diplomatic efforts pay off with peripheral nations

The biggest driving force for solving China's problems on its periphery is development. As long as Beijing keeps its strong development momentum, China will be able to implement ever greater strategic initiatives.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/25 23:18:40

West hypes false Tiananmen death toll

After the incident, the Chinese government has adopted an attitude of not debating, no matter how the West commented on it. The attitude of China helped the country soon walk away from the crisis and realize rapid development.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/24 23:15:31

Tougher resolution aims to prevent war on Korean Peninsula

The new resolution is extremely harsh. It may be the last hope for a desperate situation on the peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/23 9:45:00

The world pays witness to crass display of US arrogance

An emergency UN General Assembly meeting passed a resolution calling for the US to drop its recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital as well as its decision to move the US embassy there. A total of 128 countries backed the resolution, nine voted against and 35 abstained. Twenty-one countries did not cast a vote.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/22 11:43:06

Washington will lose the gamble in confronting UN General Assembly

Washington has miscalculated several things.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/21 14:48:39

China's economic rise sets pace for new era

Xi Jinping Thought on Socialist Economy with Chinese Characteristics in the New Era is an unprecedented guarantee for the nation's growth and development. It will lead to an even more specific development strategy and stability, ensuring that a concrete and unmovable blueprint remains forever secure.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/21 6:39:40

Western report on Skynet bigoted, fatuous

When building systems like the Skynet Project, China should pay high attention to the confidentiality of relevant information and ensure they won't infringe on the privacy of our citizens. This is the foundation on which the country can garner the long-term public support for its information collection and credit systems.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/20 23:18:39

US security strategy blinded by arrogance, false beliefs

If Trump wants to dampen China-US trade and intensify military confrontation, then let him just try it.
Source: Global Times | 2017/12/19 14:33:39