OPINION

Nepal can be a bridge between China and India


Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli (Oli) is visiting China from June 19 to 24, his first to China after re-election in February. What's his take on the cooperation between China and Nepal? What does he think of Nepal's relations with China and India? Global Times (GT) correspondent Chen Jianyang talked with Prime Minister Oli on these issues in an interview.

China cannot be left out on peace treaty

China might still need to be vigilant about possible subterfuge of South Korea and the US. The two countries may try to confuse abolishing the 1953 armistice with the so-called declaration.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/10 17:48:40

China-Russia relations scale new heights

Since Putin took office as Russian president in 2000, China-Russia relations have been on the upswing.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/10 16:38:39

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

To benefit all mankind, cooperation is needed

Today, by joining hands with the Belt and Road Initiative, the SCO can provide the strongest impetus for world economic growth and the largest market for Western technological products and services. Its development potential cannot be overlooked.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/8 17:14:52

Spanish politics a real 'Game of Thrones'

Prime minister Pedro Sánchez is not only a phoenix that rises from its ashes but also a political byproduct of the European convulsion. The global financial crisis in 2008 brought to Europe a new scenario. A growing social mobilization through the continent against the management of the crisis by governments and its effects on citizens.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/8 11:27:38

Con-artists train to steal hearts!

Women must be careful not to get caught up in the web of “spurious romance.”
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/8 0:03:40

Stars should stop 'acting smart,' start paying tax

China has planned to develop the cultural industry into a pillar of the national economy by 2020. It's imperative to regulate the distorted and scandal-ridden business. Strong action is needed to pull it back onto the right track.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/8 0:03:39

Sticks and stones

EU hits back at US tariffs.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/7 23:33:43

Blaming China won't heal G7 internal woes

Western democracies should figure out their own problems first, instead of talking about competing with China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/7 23:18:41

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

Why Trump can get away with anything

Many politicians before Trump often disappointed supporters for taking the high moral ground. Trump gets a free ride for going in the opposite direction. For the rest, who are in the middle, Barr has shown what they may get by following in the president's footsteps.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/7 20:23:40

SCO to promote India-Pakistan amity

It is high time for South Asia to rise as a region and that is possible only when Islamabad and New Delhi start negotiating peace and join hands. It is desirable that in their first meeting as SCO member states, Pakistan and India will take steps toward amity; otherwise political issues between the two will keep delaying their progress and growth.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/7 20:13:40