US foreign aid cut would worsen global woes

At this critical juncture when the global order is experiencing a fundamental transformation and adjustment, inward-looking and utilitarian tendencies of a leader are obviously not a good thing. China can play its part, but certainly cannot replace or fulfill the role of the US.

South China Sea issue drags Sino-Australian ties into rough waters

Australians lay so much emphasis on the South China Sea issue because they are uncertain about China’s strategic intentions, especially over the past two years when China’s comprehensive power has been escalating so fast, and its military presence in the region has been increasing so much.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/20 11:08:39

Brexit talks will bring more troubles for UK if divisions remain

The British government would do well to heed the calls for cross-party consensus to work on avoiding a hard Brexit, or the country will surely be heading for difficult bargaining and a drawn-out struggle.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 23:48:39

Sino-US dialogue must address mutual concern

Noticeably, such a US-centered perspective, which is built on the belief that the US could absolutely dominate China-US relations and wantonly manipulate issues concerning China’s core interests, is arrogant and distorted.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 23:38:39

Popularity popped

Cronyism scandal hits support for Abe
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 23:03:39

English names spark middle-class anxiety

Indeed, anxiety isn’t all negative. But don’t go to extremes, like rushing to get an English name for your children simply to impress others.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 21:38:39

More grads choosing Chinese over foreign firms

Although experience in international firms turns out to be a valuable draw for some, it has ceased to be a first choice for many graduates taking the long view of future prospects and the potential for promotion.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 21:38:39

Nepal’s new leader expected to delicately balance Chinese and Indian influence

China, Nepal and India should strengthen cooperation, abandon zero-sum thinking, and seek win-win situations. It is believed that the Deuba administration has the ability to deal with China and India, and work toward the well-being of the Nepalese people. It is expected that Nepal, under the leadership of Deuba, will realize a democratic transition to lay a good foundation for long-term and stable development.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 21:28:39

Abe seeks diplomatic points via trilateral summit

Since the Abe administration has been showing a positive attitude toward the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Belt and Road initiative since May, it should take actions as early as possible to show sincerity to improve ties with China. Otherwise, does it make any sense to hurriedly invite Chinese leaders to a meeting in Tokyo?
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 21:13:39

Sino-US think tank dialogue helps chart a smooth path for bilateral relations

The initial achievements of the 100-Day Plan have bolstered Sino-US business ties. American beef will return to the Chinese market after 14 years. Chinese entrepreneurs now hope to import more US high technologies. So far as we know, the US is also conducting relevant research in this regard and a trade war between China and the US is not likely to happen.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/19 21:08:39

Destroyer crash offers lesson on sea rules

It is believed the commander of the Fitzgerald and people found liable will be punished. We hope all US warships in the West Pacific should draw a lesson from the incident, not only for their own safety, but also for the peace of the sea passages in the region.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/18 23:33:39

'Text suicide' case shows China, US share online regulation interests

Online speech has extraordinary consequences – sometimes death, and those who post it must be held liable. Some Americans always denounce China over its regulations on online speech, and it seems spreading rumors irresponsibly is allowed in the US. However, the US is now seeing trouble in this regard. If the country continues to turn a blind eye to malicious online speech and similar “texting” suicide cases, more people could be taken advantage of by terrorists, radical religious groups and other anti-social extremists. Regulating online speech benefits social stability, and China and the US have common interests in this regard.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/18 23:33:39

Theresa’s DisMay

All things have not been good for Theresa May
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/18 21:23:39

Russian communist party set for generational change

In the first half of 2017, media reports on Russian politics in the West and elsewhere focused heavily on rallies all over the country on March 26 and June 12 that were called by the anti-corruption activist and barred presidential candidate Alexei Navalny.
Source: Global Times | 2017/6/18 21:18:39