The alliance, a Cold-War product, shouldn’t have lasted till today, but it has survived regardless.
China should brace itself for the possible fluctuations of the Sino-US relationship after Trump is sworn in.
China should become skillful and tactful in dealing with the Trump government.
The Chinese mainland is capable of punishing Tsai’s administration for any moves that crosses the red line, and it should use its power without hesitation.
South Korea has taken the lead in violating the UNSC resolution. Its move to add unilateral punitive measures is a sign of contempt for and intrusion into the scope of the resolution.
Western suppression and economic hardships didn’t break Russia’s solidarity.
The US and South Korea need to take the initiative to improve North Korea’s security environment.
Park seems to have never got rid of her role as the daughter of an assassinated former president.
China remaining a second-rate nuclear power will prompt US radicals to get tough on it.
Revolutionary Cuban leader Fidel Castro passed away Friday at the age of 90. Since he had already handed over leadership of the island in 2011, his death did not have any political ramifications globally; nevertheless, the news was a big event in the public opinion sphere.
Although Cuba and China were estranged for a time because of the Soviet Union, Castro had always been respectful to China’s achievements in socialist 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.
Now European countries are keeping high alert toward Moscow’s so-called propaganda war.
It has seriously affected the security and development of China’s border areas.
Trump should know that China can be one of the best partners in the process of reviving the US economy.
Things changed really quickly, as the anxiety over Internet management has been transferred to the US.
For a long time to come, the leadership of the US will be irreplaceable, meanwhile, China’s further rise is inevitable.
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.