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Can fractured Western alliance learn from World War I?

A supposedly somber event for commemorating a human tragedy 100 years ago sadly missed the central point of how to best avoid it in the future. Instead, it became a hollow photo-op to showcase unity of the West to the world. Unfortunately, a fractured transatlantic alliance bodes badly for future global stability.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/12 23:03:39

Why China's human rights exploration deserves more attention

Terrorism is now a serious threat all over the world, but it seems that the West has failed to find an effective way to deal with it. As religious extremism is harming human rights progress of the whole of the world's society, China's positive exploration deserves more attention. The consultations on human rights between China and the West will gradually become their channel of exchanges in experience.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/11 22:33:40

E-sports win demonstrates China embracing globalization

China opened to the world and Chinese teenagers can play the game at home and learn how to improve their skills from high-level foreign players. The combination of Chinese and South Korean players contributed to iG's victory. This perfectly explains the importance of reform and opening-up to China's rise.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/8 22:48:40

Europe should explore with China how to regulate religion

Europe is overwhelmed by Muslims and potential extremists among them. Amid growing violence, the rapid emergence of right-wing movements hostile to immigrants and widening social divergences, will large-scale religious conflicts stage a comeback? Or will Europe be Islamized? Instead of judging China condescendingly, Europe might need to sit down and discuss with China how to figure out their common challenges.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/7 22:33:41

Beijing, Washington avoid sharp confrontation on Iran

The deterioration of the Iranian situation has just begun. We hope that Washington will restrain its rash acts. These sanctions against Iran face many challenges as they lack legal basis and hurt too many countries. Washington will suffer if it underestimates the challenges.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/6 17:33:39

UN review an opportunity to introduce China's human rights progress

When Western people and media consider themselves judges of human rights, they might as well listen to China's voices, look at the reality of developing countries and think about their own human rights situation first.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/5 21:48:39

US divide may deepen further after midterm elections

As Americans' belief and social identity are becoming divided, they are experiencing more fear and insecurities. These domestic issues will also exert an impact on China-US relations. Chinese people don't want to see a unilateral US that always bullies and pressures other countries.
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/4 22:33:39

Trump offers wrong prescription to address US woes

Contrary to what he intended, Trump is turning the US into an isolated, short-sighted and paranoid country that keeps drifting away from “great.”
Source: Global Times | 2018/11/1 21:03:41

Why Washington politicians need to read Cha's Wuxia novels

Would Washington dare play this elaborate game of chicken with Beijing if the US politicians had to face Chinese people of such legendary fortitude?
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/31 21:28:40

Cornell echoes Washington's strategy against China

The situation of boycotting China is temporarily getting tense in the US.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/30 22:13:42

Rising white supremacism tears apart US society

By shouting “America First,” Trump is talking in a well-known political code: He actually means “white people first.”
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/29 22:48:41

China, Pakistan set to advance CPEC despite naysayers

Pakistan is the only country with which China has built an all-weather strategic cooperative partnership and the two are widely known as “iron brothers.”
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/28 23:03:39

China to boost multilateralism by united diplomatic front

To resist US retrogression and further promote globalization, China is building a united diplomatic front with other countries to promote globalization.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/25 22:58:40

Strong measures help Xinjiang restore peace, stability

Eradicating extremism is not a reckless action. In the education and training centers, family love and school education are everywhere.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/24 22:28:40

Why South China Sea code of conduct is an internal matter of the region

China is not against joint work with non-regional powers. But only after regional countries can first of all maintain peace and stability in the waters with the help of a unified code can they establish a productive platform for collaboration with other nations.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/23 22:43:40

Washington quitting INF will lead to historic setback

The INF treaty is binding for only the US and Russia. Although China has exercised restraint in developing strategic weaponry with no intention of nuclear power competition, the US still fixes its eyes on China doubtfully.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/22 22:48:40

Lacking confidence, US blames foreign influence

No one can divide America but America itself.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/21 22:43:39

Beijing, Manila explore joint development model for regional peace

Rules and principles established during this process can also create conditions for sustainable peace and spare the region external interference.
Source: Global Times | 2018/10/18 21:43:41