OPINION

Beijing-Delhi ties need better planning and restructuring


On the whole, China and India should construct a new forward-looking bilateral strategic framework for their encounters in a broader strategic space. The following three critical elements should be included.

Certain people in Hong Kong should avoid politicizing national security law: Global Times editorial

In fact, almost all doubts about the national security law for Hong Kong result from the politicization of Hong Kong laws, and are driven by values. Regrettably, the so-called politics and values are shaped by the US and other Western countries, and do not correspond to Hong Kong's return to China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/7 0:43:40

China can deal with the US: scholars

The research group on China-US people-to-people exchanges at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China recently conducted a telephone questionnaire that surveyed 100 Chinese scholars.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/7 0:13:41

Gaokao provides Chinese society with high hopes: Global Times editorial

Ensuring fairness in gaokao has been highlighted this year. It is not only a realistic demand to consolidate the fairness of the exam system, but also a response to public psychology.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/6 22:18:40

US threatens world's epidemic control with 'low human rights advantage'

The US has not only failed to reflect on its poor performance in defending the right to life but also continued to make use of its low human rights advantage, while simultaneously using human rights as a stick to beat others.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/6 19:48:41

Tonya Harding Syndrome in China-US relations

The harsh reality is that no one should indulge in a fantasy that Washington can hold Beijing down onto the ground with impunity, either short of war or even in a war. No matter how many Chinese kneecaps Washington dares to whack, China will continue to grow.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/6 16:18:40

Satoshi Suzuki's LAC statement serves multiple purposes

China should keep upholding its independent foreign policy of peace. China promotes peaceful negotiations with India, Japan and other countries to resolve their border and maritime disputes. It remains to be seen whether the US, Japan and Australia could rope in India for their strategic calculations to contain China. After all, India may carefully consider the alliances against China and may not easily agree to the US-Japan-Australia alliance's request.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/6 11:27:34

US chaos sows discord on dark Independence Day: Global Times editorial

Most importantly, facing all these problems, the US sees no way out. It is muddling along. Very few US political elites are sincerely committed to solving these problems. Most are trying to gain more personal benefits from chaos.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/5 21:13:40

India joining Five Eyes only wishful thinking

It won't be in the interest of India if it really joins the Five Eye intelligence alliance.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/5 21:08:40

Europe sees new post-American world order

In the context of the US' strategic retreat and relative decline in global influence, it is inevitable that Europe will make greater efforts to address the asymmetric dependence between the US and Europe.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/5 19:28:40

Is UK trying to launch another opium war against China?

The UK is about to leave the EU. It should make itself stronger and more independent instead of being a US' henchman like Australia. Will the UK have a future by turning itself into another Australia?
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/5 16:18:40

Deteriorating Japan-S.Korea ties reveal declining US influence

As of the press time, deaths have exceeded 129,000. As the protests caused by the death of George Floyd continue in the US, it can be said that the Trump administration has no time to take care of the conflicts between Tokyo and Seoul, leaving them adrift and angry with each other.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/5 15:28:40

Wrong for India to think provoking China is countering a 'Wolf Warrior'

Verbal support from the West won't give India any real advantage, nor will it change the nature of the Galwan Valley clash. If India, deluded by Western public opinion, is stubbornly determined to act as a “wolf” that provokes China, China will firmly respond and won't yield an inch in safeguarding its sovereign integrity.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/4 18:43:40

Is there a way forward for China-Australia relations?

The so-called “hawks” take a narrow view of China. They are more driven by fear of China than by confidence in our ability to realize the opportunities that China and Australia could achieve.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/3 23:53:46