OPINION

Redistribution of power key to UN reform


China will improve efficiency and effectiveness through the integration of functions and a clear distribution of labor. China will be committed to preventive diplomacy to help avoid escalation of conflicts and to achieve sustainable peace. It will also promote the balanced and inclusive development of the economy, society and environment. In this way, China will provide better service to UN member states and people in the world. A people-oriented way is the very way for UN reform.

Both sides at fault in fake story spat

What is happening is unfortunate and ugly. I do believe they both have to take some responsibility for it. None of them have mentioned what was the argument that triggered this incident. More importantly, this debate is just about Garschagen and Zhang, nothing more than that.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/11 20:58:39

Is Suu Kyi to blame for Rakhine violence?

Suu Kyi has to take pragmatic measures or even make compromises in face of development conundrums and ethnic issues, rather than make it a priority to protect her image.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 23:23:39

Chinese fugitive's asylum application tests US judicial system

Guo Wengui hopes to find long-term refuge abroad, but he will always live in fear this way.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 23:13:39

Twin disasters

The US is hit by twin huricans.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 23:08:40

Modi visit echoes Myanmar’s opening-up

China should have strategic awareness of the development of India-Myanmar relations and also needs to craft elaborate countermeasures.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 22:12:01

Moscow-Seoul cooperation scrambles to resolve NK nuclear crisis

Ultimately, China should work with Russia to strengthen their cooperation with North Korea in order to ease the tension on the Korean Peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 22:08:39

Sanctions exacerbate US-Russia divide

Given that US sanctions against Russia involve many complicated factors, US-Russian relations are likely to remain at a low point for a long period of time, which is sure to deeply influence the international political landscape in the future.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 21:38:39

Critics should treat Dunkirk just as a movie

The latest Hollywood blockbuster Dunkirk has generated controversy and attracted criticism for a variety of reasons. Some of the criticism is reasonable – it’s disappointing as a war movie, and General Harold Alexander shouldn’t be depicted as a hero. And, then there is a harsh criticism of Chinese moviegoers: “they love war films full of blood and fighting scenes.”
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/10 21:23:39

India should get rid of obsolete mentality

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with his Pakistani counterpart Khawaja Asif in Beijing on Friday, and they spoke highly of the bilateral relations at the press conference that followed. Wang said Pakistan has been a good brother and ironclad friend of China, and that Pakistan has spared no effort in fighting terrorism.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/9 0:08:40

Hukou ambition drives bad behavior

For many people who want to work in Beijing, a Beijing hukou, or household registration, is an important factor when they decide to join a company or not.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/8 5:03:40

Five-star hotel hygiene scandal set to take its toll

The hygiene scandal at upmarket hotels will undoubtedly have undesirable repercussions.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/8 5:03:40

Malala has a lot to learn before hitting out at Suu Kyi

Malala has a lot to learn, rather than posing as a “Peace Master” to lecture others who she thinks don’t understand the true essence of peace.
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/7 22:28:39

Broken dreamers

Trump moves to end DACA
Source: Global Times | 2017/9/7 21:23:39