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Catering to US interests will hurt EU

The EU can compete with the US in economy and technology, but some want to maintain the EU's secondary status by excluding China. Either the EU forges ahead or will fall behind. Suppressing China won't bring the EU a promising future.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/25 22:08:41

BRI will inject positive impetus in Europe

Some Europeans are concerned that China's rise will hurt Europe. But such concerns won't benefit Europe. Competition always exists, and as a continent that started the industrial revolution, Europe should have confidence. Europe still leads China in technology. Instead of expecting China to stop its development, Europe should move faster.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/24 21:08:39

Safety measures key to quality development

A chemical explosion in Xiangshui county, East China's Jiangsu Province has claimed 47 lives with dozens critically wounded as of Friday noon. The major accident occurred not long after the blast in Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province on November 28, 2018.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/22 20:58:40

Western pressure has no effect on China's governance in Xinjiang

China's governance in Xinjiang is practical and realistic. The country is sincere in helping people influenced by extremism. By contrast, some Western forces, driven by geopolitical factors, attacked China's governance in Xinjiang. But good prevails over evil. These forces can do nothing about Xinjiang even if they play all their cards.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/21 23:08:40

Rationality continues to guide China-US trade talks

An old Chinese saying goes, “No discord, no concord.” Another says, “A good gain takes long pain.” After all the twists and turns of the past year, the two countries have achieved new understandings not only of each other's will and strength, but also a recognition for mutual benefit and fairness. Whatever the result, it should be accepted calmly.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/20 21:18:41

Cindy Yang a gimmick of US partisan struggle

Nonetheless, we are sympathetic to Chinese-Americans living in the US. Yang's case displayed a deteriorating political situation for them in the US. Discrimination and prejudice against them will show up more frequently and they are bound to undergo more injustices. We hope they will be more cautious and take good care of themselves.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/19 21:19:05

Massacre livestream tests internet governance

The internet has promoted economic and social development. Such a function must be ensured, its openness maintained. Meanwhile, chances should be reduced for the internet to stir up troubles for society or severely mislead social ideologies. Which country does a better job will be tested by its internet economy's achievements and comprehensive fulfillment of the nation's economic and social development.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/18 21:38:42

Mass shooting exposes Western flaws

The Western established advantages are indeed tremendous, but its self-adjustment ability is weakening, and some so-called adjustments often surrender to populism. The West is entering a problematic period that strikes at its very foundation.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/17 20:43:40

How can the US monitor the world if we all use Huawei?

Why does the US government always crack down on Huawei? To achieve this, it even uses some disgraceful measures, including slandering the company by exerting its national power. The US moves have sparked questions as to why the US fears the Chinese company so much. Why does the company annoy the US?
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2019/3/16 20:52:34

Two sessions inspire, motivate China's economy

A Chinese economy forging ahead under pressure will help boost the global economy and, more importantly, help people to have a deeper understanding of economic patterns.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/16 2:19:21

West should reflect on white supremacy

An outrageous terrorist attack happened in New Zealand's Christchurch Friday. A gunman, who was believed to have accomplices, broke into two separate mosques and shot randomly at people inside.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2019/3/15 21:50:12

US hypocritical to criticize China human rights

In the past, we felt that the West, especially the US, was superior to us. But as China develops, we have seen the other side of the US – selfish, paranoid and unpredictable. We can just let much of the US criticism go. The annual human rights report is nothing but a fault-finding mess.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/14 21:45:57

Boeing must face crisis with responsibility

Given all the ups and downs of the business world, nobody and no product is absolutely safe. Boeing needs to be as modest and cautious as any startup company.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/13 21:13:41

Europe's autonomy tested in Huawei case

Europe must have the courage to distance itself from the US while at the same time develop ties with China and Russia. The world is changing, and so should Europe's strategies. The continent should seek to maximize its interests instead of serving as an adherent of the America First doctrine.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/12 20:33:40

Boeing should act responsible and ground the 737 Max 8

China's Civil Aviation Administration announced it would suspend operations for all Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. This is perhaps the first grounding decision made at the national level following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight over the weekend. The suspension will result in huge losses, but it's people's lives that matter more.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/12 6:56:07

US, NK best avoid rush to misjudgment

The US side must avoid the current delicate attitude toward North Korea being dictated by radical public opinion.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/11 22:01:06

China-US trade deal must be fair, equal

The outlook is optimistic for Beijing and Washington reaching a comprehensive trade deal. The trade war in the past year has proved that the US is not capable of forcing China to accept all its conditions and that the two countries will thrive if they get along.
Source: Global Times | 2019/3/10 20:13:39

FM shows China's clear-cut, confident diplomacy

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met the press on Friday on the sidelines of the second session of the 13th National People's Congress in Beijing. His answers to 21 questions discussed the outlook and complexity of Chinese diplomacy. As the world's second largest economy and a rising power, China is apparently facing a growing challenge as to how to steer the ship of diplomacy.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2019/3/8 21:46:16