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Will Bannon’s exit affect the US’ China policy?


The role of Trump's advisors outside the White House such as Henry Kissinger and Stephen A. Schwarzman is also uncertain. In the following months, the China-US relationship may face economic friction as well as a potential crisis stemming from the Korean Peninsula.

West’s accusation of unfair trials in China outdated

The rule of law is developing in China. Challenging China's basic political system under the name of law is nothing but a joke.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/23 0:37:19

Trump’s Afghan strategy sticks to old script

No single power can deal with the Afghanistan issue. The Trump administration should promote effective cooperation between international forces. But Trump's new strategy neither emphasizes international cooperation nor provides new thinking in facilitating national conciliation. It is worrying that the new strategy ignores the reality that the Trump administration may in the end not exit the Afghanistan war.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/23 0:33:39

Jeopardizing trade ties

The US lanuches Section 301 investigation against China.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/22 21:18:40

Hospital case highlights right to criticize

A patient in Handan, Hebei Province, was detained for "fabricating facts" and "disturbing social order" after complaining online about the food quality and cost in a local hospital canteen. Although the police later apologized for the detention, the event has triggered a public uproar.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/22 20:23:39

Will Bannon’s exit affect the US’ China policy?

The role of Trump's advisors outside the White House such as Henry Kissinger and Stephen A. Schwarzman is also uncertain. In the following months, the China-US relationship may face economic friction as well as a potential crisis stemming from the Korean Peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/22 20:18:39

India should match conciliatory words about Doklam face-off with concrete actions

It is hoped that India could show self-esteem and withdraw its troops by abiding by international rules. The earlier it does that, the less risky the border situation will become.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/22 20:08:39

Stay cool-headed to break the NK nuke deadlock

While insisting on necessary sanctions on Pyongyang, all concerned parties in Northeast Asia should try to negotiate with North Korea, and transform the crisis into an opportunity to peacefully address the issue.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/22 20:03:39

Persistent online rumors call for harsh punishment

An unfounded rumor stops with the wise. In the Internet era, it's essential for individuals to be wiser and distance themselves from rumors.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 23:48:39

S.China Sea should not be Bermuda for US

The South China Sea should become a sea of peace. Its sea lanes should be the safest. All the countries should contribute to peace rather than being an agent of destabilization. It is hoped that the US Navy can play a constructive role. We would like to see all the US warships and their sailors remain safe.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 23:43:39

Last one aboard

Memebers of Trump's core team have left their posts in succession.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 22:33:40

European attitude on BRI turning more positive

The University of Oxford will hold its First Belt Road Initiative Summit on September 13-14. What's the reason for such a summit? How do Europeans view the China-proposed Belt and Road initiative (BRI)? How should Chinese enterprises seize opportunities and tackle challenges that the BRI brings in countries along the route?
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 20:18:39

Trump’s Charlottesville reaction driving European allies further away

What is even more discouraging for the future of transatlantic relations is that the US president does not seem to take international reactions into account, employing the same indifferent approach he is using domestically.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 20:13:39

Will Bannon’s exit cure White House woes?

US President Donald Trump finally decided to dismiss Stephen Bannon, the White House chief strategist and one of his inner circle members, the climax of recent personnel changes in West Wing.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/21 20:03:39