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.

BBC sees Wolf Warrior II through Western bias

The BBC's China prejudice is just the tip of the iceberg, and is very common among Western media. When reporting on China and Chinese civilization, they desperately need to do some homework.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 22:53:39

US needs to curb moral arrogance over North Korea

Washington should seriously consider the "dual suspension" and "dual track" approaches China has proposed. The US should aim for peace and co-existence rather than geopolitical dominance.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 22:48:12

Heavier burden

Students' high costs in summer vacation
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 22:08:39

Washington disarrayed over faction turmoil

Can the turmoil in Washington and the crisis in governance be overcome? Deep structural issues in the US polity suggest that this will not be easy or soon in coming.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 20:13:39

Are Russia and the US heading toward new Cold War?

Confrontation between Russia and the US does not have the global character it used to have in the 20th century. Russian policy is not driven by any ideology, unlike the US, which aims to expand and impose US values.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 20:03:39

THAAD deployment continues to haunt China-South Korea relations

Without a doubt, Moon's abrupt reversal of his THAAD policy will ameliorate South Korea's relations with Washington, but will not benefit Sino-South Korean relations.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 19:48:39

Tillerson may not bring ASEAN, US closer

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on a visit to the Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia from August 5 to 9. Tillerson's maiden trip to Southeast Asia comes after his first meeting with 10 ASEAN foreign ministers on May 4 in Washington.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/6 19:28:39

Overseas study tour frenzy shows parents’ anxiety

The summer holiday has already come. To help their children enjoy a long and fulfilling holiday, many Chinese parents are passionate about sending their kids on international study tours. An overseas study tour, by giving participants chances to travel abroad and visit prestigious universities, has become a bandwagon that parents and children are jumping on.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/3 23:32:11

Modi mustn’t pull India into reckless conflict

India is publicly challenging a country that is far superior in strength. India’s recklessness has shocked Chinese. Maybe its regional hegemonism in South Asia and the Western media comments have blinded New Delhi into believing that it can treat a giant to its north in the way it bullies other South Asian countries.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/4 22:18:39

Political infighting leaves US foreign policy aimless

US President Donald Trump unwillingly signed a bill approving new sanctions against Russia. The bill also targets Iran and North Korea. This means the door to improving US-Russia relations has been closed.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/3 23:48:39

Undervalued P2P bonds

Companionship is the best gift for most grandparents, but kids, addicted to online games, are now prioritizing their e-gains over bonds with family. This is regrettable.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/3 23:32:11

Why missing sailor arouses vigilance against aggression

A US sailor was reported missing from the USS Stethem destroyer, approximately 225 kilometers west of Subic Bay in the Philippines, in the South China Sea around 9 am Tuesday. American and Japanese ships and aircraft are jointly searching for the sailor.
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/3 23:08:39

Last-ditch effort

Abe seeks new start with cabinet revamp
Source: Global Times | 2017/8/3 22:48:40