Purposes behind US treasury secretary visit

At the same time, China needs to stick to reform and opening-up and economic restructuring. It needs to work harder on investment in technological innovation, fostering enterprises that can move up the global industrial chain and avoid the potential economic and industrial pitfalls. China welcomes negotiation and is not afraid of fierce rivalry.

Trump's measures to affect Asian economies

In recent years, China has assumed more responsibilities of addressing climate change and advancing free trade and economic globalization. Beijing will further build its global leadership by holding the forum.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/9 20:43:39

China continues key role in Korean Peninsula denuclearization

The denuclearization on the peninsula can be achieved if relevant parties ramp up efforts to ensure smooth strategic communication, enhance strategic mutual trust and balance their reasonable interest concerns. At the same time, all sides should demonstrate sincerity and patience in addressing the North Korea nuclear issue.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/9 20:38:40

China should remain cautious over softened Trump trade tone

It is essential for the White House to adopt a fair attitude and understanding toward Sino-US trade. Furthermore, it is a transition that is expected from the business community and the public on both sides.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/9 2:09:40

Riding roughshod

Trump is undermining free trade worldwide.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 23:28:39

Beijing must make clear bottom line on Taiwan question

The US and Taiwan can employ various tactics against Beijing, but as the Chinese mainland is increasingly outmatching Taiwan in strength, it is the call of the mainland as to how the Taiwan question will be finally resolved.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 23:23:40

Asia needs to be wary of militarism revival in Japan

China's peaceful rise is an irreversible trend. Japan should adjust its mentality and view China's development as more of an opportunity than a threat so as to share in the development dividends of China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 23:23:40

Washington should be sincere in Kim-Trump summit

As the incoming US secretary of state is a hard-liner on North Korea, voices calling for a war against Pyongyang will be on the rise if the summit collapses. Frankly speaking, North Korea has limited leeway and the US has more say. Therefore, the Trump administration needs to demonstrate sincerity in negotiations with North Korea.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 21:28:39

Despite diplomatic challenges in Sisi's 2nd term, China-Egypt ties will remain stable

During his first term, China-Egypt cooperation expanded at an unprecedented rate in a variety of areas. China has been Egypt's largest trading partner and largest source of imports, with trade volume above $10 billion each year. Sisi's first term witnessed increasing Chinese investment in Egyptian infrastructure projects, which has acted as a driver of the president's Egypt revival project.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 21:18:39

Opening-up key for global economic growth

Given that China accounts for over half of Asia's total economic output and about 15 percent of global economic output, the nation's further opening-up will inevitably play a crucial role in promoting the development of Asia and the world.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 20:58:40

A common rise: future of Sino-Russian relations

In sum, the common rise of China and Russia is the rejuvenation of peace and cooperation. Reform is an important guarantor of peace and promoter of cooperation. Both countries are committed to promoting shared rejuvenation, a theme that accords with the national development priorities of many countries and coheres with their long-term interests.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/8 20:58:39

China should fight the trade war as it did the Korean War

A strategic resolution is being established in China, which is to fight the Trump administration's trade aggression in the same way the country fought US troops during the Korean War (1950-53). The Korean War caused China much losses but it forced the US to sign on an armistice, damaging Washington's strategic arrogance and winning many years of strategic respect for Beijing. We should fight today's trade war with the same strategic spirit that fears no sacrifice or loss, and force the US to burn the very stick that it wields at China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/7 23:18:40

West media stir up 'Bible banning' rumor

Some Western forces and media love to meddle in China's Christian affairs by misinterpreting government policies and instigating confrontations. They seem to be promoting a concept that Christian activities should follow Western practices instead of conforming to China's social reality and governance.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/7 22:32:30

Promise and Uncertainty on the Korean Peninsula

Remarkably, at a moment of rare high-level diplomatic breakthroughs with North Korea, there is more mystery about the future of the Korean Peninsula than just a few months ago when tensions rose and fears of US military action mounted.
Source: Global Times | 2018/4/7 11:42:57