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US becoming nothing more than troublemaker

The US military revealed to Reuters that its guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur on Friday conducted a so-called freedom of navigation mission in the South China Sea.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/22 1:58:39

Separatists, activists only help themselves

Recently, various "pro-independence" forces are increasingly colluding together.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/22 0:28:39

Time to let dust settle on South China Sea

The US should explore a constructive way to lead the world. Confrontation will ruin the 21st century. Washington should take the new type of major-country relationship into serious consideration.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/21 0:23:39

Why the US resents Beijing-Manila rapport

China has no intention to drive the US out of Asia. In many cases, it doesn't reject the US' willingness to be a global leader. But we hope it knows that its strength is limited, as well as its understanding of the world.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/20 0:38:39

US media churlish on Duterte’s China visit

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's ongoing trip to China has been seen as a gamble by the American media. Their astonished reaction clearly shows the selfish considerations of the US and its Western allies on the South China Sea issue. They take Philippine willingness to be a loyal part of the US alliance system as granted.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/18 23:38:39

China should reciprocate Duterte’s overture

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte embarked on his state visit to China today. This visit would have been unimaginable three months ago when the Philippines, as an initiator of the South China Sea arbitration and a key pivot of the US strategy of rebalance to the Asia-Pacific, was in sharp conflict with China over maritime disputes. Duterte has made a fresh start with Beijing-Manila ties and the nation's regional strategies after coming into office, and thus is widely regarded as a "subverter."
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/18 0:43:39

Election lays bare extent of US media bias

During this year's presidential campaign, the US mainstream media has overwhelmingly seen an outpouring of support for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton while disparaging her Republican rival Donald Trump. The gap is rare in the history of US elections.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/17 0:28:39

West’s bad-mouthing won’t harm BRICS

The eighth meeting of BRICS countries' leaders will be held over the weekend in Goa, India, which shows continued progress of cooperation.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/15 0:13:39

Joint efforts cement Sino-Cambodian ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping kicked off his official visit to Cambodia Thursday. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen revealed that the two sides would ink at least 28 cooperative agreements during Xi's visit.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/14 0:43:39

Can Obama’s manned Mars plan prevail?

Humans have landed on the moon, yet sending people to Mars is more risky and technically challenging, especially launching the lander in Martian gravity to return the astronauts to Earth.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/13 0:13:39

South Korea turns fishery dispute into political clash

South Korea alleges that a Chinese fishing boat rammed into and sank one of its coast guard speedboats on Friday. No casualties were reported, yet South Korean media has been hyping up the incident for days. Seoul said Tuesday that it would authorize South Korea's coast guard officers to use firearms, including handguns and onboard cannons, against illegal Chinese fishing vessels if they are deemed a threat.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/12 0:28:39

Washington-Seoul drill stirs new trouble on Peninsula

Seoul and Washington should also take the blame for the tensions in the Korean Peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/11 0:23:40

Is Trump’s presidential campaign over?

This year's election has exposed US entanglement between pro-establishment forces and real change. Even if Trump loses, he is a rare political specimen, and rebellion from the middle and lower classes against the elites will not die down.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/9 23:53:39

Moscow-Washington tension may endure

The US is too rapacious strategically. It is not easy for US society and its arrogant elites to reflect deeply. Washington's mistaken Russia policy will almost certainly continue, and the Russia-US relationship will be tense for a long time to come.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/9 0:08:39

US voting system’s merit starts to fade

One month from the US general elections, the pre-election drama has come to its climax with candidates sparing no effort to badmouth each other.
Source: Global Times | 2016/10/8 0:53:39

9/11 victims bill further divides US, Saudi

The structure through which Washington imposes its influence on the Middle East is falling apart.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/30 0:03:39

China, Japan must avoid slide into cold war

The extensive Beijing-Tokyo economic cooperation is a determining force to prevent the two countries from slipping into a cold war.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/29 0:08:39

Clinton-Trump debate falls into trite format

The first US presidential debate between the Democratic and Republican candidates concluded Monday night, drawing unprecedented attention from around the world. No previous two contenders have displayed more differences in personality, vision and background than Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, making this year's race to the White House all the more enthralling.
Source: Global Times | 2016/9/28 0:28:39