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.
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.
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.
The structure through which Washington imposes its influence on the Middle East is falling apart.
The extensive Beijing-Tokyo economic cooperation is a determining force to prevent the two countries from slipping into a cold war.
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.
We believe the new regulation will not affect the legitimate business of most law firms.
Espionage is not an obstacle for China and Russia to deepen their comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination.
Once Duterte comes to China before going to Japan, a new, positive interaction between China and the Philippines, starkly different from the Aquino III era, may be unveiled.
Chinese institutes should probably launch a similar website and name it as “US Swallows up China.”
Now the refugee issue has been raised at the UN level. The whole world is about to help the West out.
The Taiwan authorities have dismissed the report. It is unknown whether the report is based on hearsay or evidence.
Despite enormous efforts made by China, the situation has spiraled out of China’s control.
The relations between the West and Moscow are dominated by geopolitics.
Japanese Minister of Defense Tomomi Inada revealed on September 15 during a visit to the US that Japanese Self-Defense Forces will patrol the South China Sea with the US navy, saying Japan will increase presence in the region through participation in military drills and aid to relevant countries.
In the days that follow, she may lose a certain number of voters whenever she coughs.
As long as a third country has no ulterior motives, it has no reason to worry about the Sino-Russian drills.
The US has never thought of solving North Korea’s nuclear issue, as it would be too complicated for it.