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Washington tramples on multilateralism with domestic laws

In the current global trade system, there can't be a unilateral win.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/19 22:43:41

Belt and Road expected to improve governance in Pakistan

China's contributions to Pakistan are acknowledged by local people, and we believe Pakistani politicians have the wisdom to properly handle CPEC projects and the country's ties with China for the well-being of the region.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/18 21:53:39

China to aid Libyan reconstruction via Belt and Road

Via its Belt and Road initiative, China hopes it can help African countries like Libya to explore paths suited to the country's conditions. This is key to cooperation between the two sides.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/17 22:23:41

Which countries can be considered friends of the US?

Since nearly every country is considered by the US as a foe now, will they sit idly by to be crushed by Washington one by one? Or will they unite against Trump's protectionism? I think the world has already stood at the starting point of the second path.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/16 20:43:39

World must prepare for more chaos as Trump seeks re-election

While the international community has been striving to find a way to tackle Trump's erratic way of handling international affairs, the world must be aware that this new form of US governance may become even more capricious in the future.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/15 21:48:39

With clear agenda, future is well expected for Indian economy

India still faces a slew of challenges such as education, a weak spot. India also needs to put more emphasis on manufacturing to realize long-term economic growth. But it is clear about its economic agenda. The future of India is well expected, as the country heads toward the right direction.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/12 23:03:44

Is there a possibility for Trump to withdraw from NATO?

If NATO members together decline to change their portion of the defense budget, it will be a heavy blow to Washington's arrogance and make it possible for the world to resume peace. Trump dare not withdraw from NATO. But does Europe dare to confront the US? The prospect is dim.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/11 22:33:40

Myanmar needs investment, not lecturing, from West

It is high time that the international community cooperate and create more opportunities for the country's development. Instead of lecturing others, the West had better participate in this process and facilitate Myanmar's development via concrete actions.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/10 21:58:41

Australia, New Zealand should avoid misrepresenting China's role

Instead of being overly cautious about China's rise, Australia and New Zealand should avoid misleading the region on China's role, and other regional countries should be clear about the consequences of being misled. The region will only suffer more losses from containing China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/9 23:18:40

US sincerity in solving North Korea nuclear issue questioned

China is an active player for peace on the peninsula. However, at a time of setbacks in Sino-US relations, we need to attach more attention to any adjustments made by the Trump administration on the peninsula issue and continue to unswervingly promote the denuclearization of the peninsula.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/8 21:43:40

Dialogue to build Sino-Indian trust, advance relations

China and India, the two largest countries in Asia, cannot avoid having differences and conflicts, but more importantly they share common interests and are complementary to each other in a variety of fields such as infrastructure.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/5 21:43:40

China, EU can cooperate on safeguarding world orders

The US will only suffer more losses from jeopardizing international order on its own free will.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/4 22:53:40

China's proactive diplomacy in solving Rohingya crisis

When confronted with a crisis, it is easy to make condescending judgments or sit idle. In Myanmar's case, China has taken a different approach from the West, and a challenging one, by trying to help the country and Rohingya refugees decode the puzzle one step at a time.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/3 21:33:39

The NYT should ask what US has done for Sri Lanka

Instead of the New York Times demonizing China's efforts, isn't it better if it explores how the US can participate in aiding impoverished countries?
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/2 22:38:01

Indo-Pacific strategy costs India development opportunity

It is China, not the United States, that can provide more support and knowledge to India. If India follows the US strategy step by step, it will lose future opportunities to cooperate with China and many other neighboring countries. India should be able to understand the situation.
Source: Global Times | 2018/7/1 22:42:29

Social division inevitable consequence of social media

A prominent phenomenon in postmodern society is enlarging social division.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/28 23:03:41

China's 'tributary system' an ignorant catchphrase

US Defense Secretary James Mattis is visiting China from Tuesday to Thursday amid Sino-US tensions over trade and the South China Sea, which indicates smooth communication between bilateral militaries. But early signs indicate that this visit will be unable to change his long-held harsh views and bias of China.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/27 23:17:58

Australia's paranoia over China smacks of racism

Australia's paranoia over China can be attributed to its entrenched practice of racial discrimination.
Source: Global Times | 2018/6/26 22:03:42