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End of 'war games' will be a big step forward for peninsula

Trump and Kim have an opportunity to create history. If Trump can realize complete denuclearization of the peninsula, and Kim can bring prosperity to North Korea, it will be great feat for both of them.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/12 21:48:41

Promote complete denuclearization of Korean Peninsula with further efforts

The US' earlier mindset – it would get back at North Korea after Pyongyang completes denuclearization – needs to be adjusted. The US may need to borrow some wisdom from Eastern philosophy. If it can have favorable interactions with North Korea and do away with its hostile attitude toward the country, the result will only be better.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/12 17:53:39

US more provocative on Taiwan question

A closer relationship with the US is not better for Taiwan. There are also risks for the US to play the Taiwan card. The US and Taiwan need to realize this.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/11 22:33:39

SCO explores global governance for new era

It's fair to say major countries such as China and Russia have exerted a constructive influence on the organization. The SCO serves common interests of member states instead of being a political tool of a few countries. It doesn't target any other power but is an open international cooperation group that should be supported by the global community. The outside world should encourage exploration carried out by this platform.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/10 22:48:40

SCO momentum defies pessimistic predictions

The 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit is being held in Qingdao, Shandong Province through Sunday. With a total of 18 countries including observers and dialogue partners in attendance, the summit is the largest ever since the founding of the organization. With India and Pakistan are participating for the first time as full members, the SCO is showing an atmosphere of upbeat development.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/9 18:18:19

Xi-Putin summit boosts China-Russia ties

There are favorable contemporary conditions for China and Russia to become close partners, but the two countries are also subject to other disturbances. The strategic determination from both leaders to resolutely develop China-Russia relations as well as their leadership played a primary and decisive role.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/8 20:58:40

China should prepare for cross-Straits crisis

Concessions won't win long-term peace and cooperation between China and the US. Only if both countries act in accordance with principles and do not cross each other's bottom line can bilateral relations be stabilized.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/7 23:18:39

China, US edge closer to middle ground in trade talks

China will maintain a constructive attitude. At the same time, it will prepare itself for both good and bad scenarios.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/6 22:13:43

US warships unwelcome in Taiwan Straits

The Taiwan Straits is an international waterway. But US warships going through that water has special geopolitical implications.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/5 23:13:39

Can treaty ensure peace on Korean Peninsula?

The Pyongyang-Washington summit will soon start and all parties should be committed to promoting the summit toward success. Selfish calculations are not needed now.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/4 23:38:39

Mutual benefit must be basis of trade talks

The US should know well what it truly wants. More tariffs or more exports: it cannot have both. The trade negotiations must produce a solution for mutual benefits instead of tilting in favor of the US.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/3 23:03:39

US generals should be prudent when talking about South China Sea

What does it mean to destroy a Chinese island? It is a declaration of war on China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/1 21:28:40

Time for EU to rise up against US tariff peril

The EU should abandon the idea of acquiring exemption status over US tariffs, and begin making preparations for an impending trade war.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/1 3:26:03

Indo-Pacific strategy a trap by Washington

The Indo-Pacific strategy is a trap set by Washington to bury the rise of China and India. But judging by New Delhi's response to this strategy so far, India has its own considerations. There is little possibility that India will fall into the trap.
Source: Global Times | 2018/5/31 23:08:42

US shows insular tendency with visa restrictions on Chinese students

The Associated Press on Tuesday quoted a US State Department official as saying that Chinese graduate students would be limited to one-year visas if they study robotics, aviation and high-tech manufacturing. Chinese citizens seeking a visa would also need special clearance if they work as researchers or managers for companies on a US Commerce Department list of entities requiring higher scrutiny. AP reported that those areas are priorities in China's “Made in China 2025” plan.
Source: Global Times | 2018/5/30 23:18:40

US shows insular tendency with visa restrictions on Chinese students

The Associated Press on Tuesday quoted a US State Department official as saying that Chinese graduate students would be limited to one-year visas if they study robotics, aviation and high-tech manufacturing. Chinese citizens seeking a visa would also need special clearance if they work as researchers or managers for companies on a US Commerce Department list of entities requiring higher scrutiny. AP reported that those areas are priorities in China's “Made in China 2025” plan.
Source: Global Times | 2018/5/30 22:58:40

US trade renege could leave Washington dancing with itself

Breaking a promise for the purposes of landing a better deal is a bad habit for Washington to develop, and it is something China won't allow.
Source: Global Times | 2018/5/30 6:42:17

Fantasy to link Ivanka trademark with ZTE

If China refused to grant approval to Ivanka's trademarks, the US would say Beijing is putting pressure on the White House. But now it has approved them, the US says China is trading for benefits. Whatever China does, it will be blamed.
Source: Global Times | 2018/5/29 22:48:40