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Gap between rich and poor in US laid bare in face of virus

This is a test of the US system, and it remains to be seen whether the country can adjust its policies in time. Based on China's experience, we want to kindly remind the US that more attention should be paid to the poor. The epidemic is a challenge faced by all human beings and hollow bragging about its own system cannot help the US overcome the difficulties.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/2 23:08:40

US needs to cooperate with world, especially China, to tackle virus

If the US wants to overcome the epidemic crisis as soon as possible, it must adopt a cooperative manner with the rest of the world, especially China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/1 21:18:40

Washington must curb warmongering among right wing

Whatever the reason the US government has allowed such a voice to appear, Washington should be aware of its danger and curb it. This is Washington's responsibility.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/27 22:48:41

China-Africa relations reflect reciprocal cooperation

When African countries face difficulties, China has an obligation to support them. This is not to vie for influence or to grab anything from the continent, but to show the sincerity of China as a responsible world power and a true friend of Africa.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/26 22:28:40

Dual tasks of virus battle, work resumption attest to vitality of China's system

But this time, China's efforts to activate its economy amid an arduous fight against the virus epidemic can hardly be ignored, as the Chinese economy, if stalled, may disrupt industrial production not only in China but throughout the world. Maybe it is time for cynical Westerners to learn about the vitality of China's system.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/25 23:08:41

COVID-19, Western slandering won't dampen Pakistan ties

China and Pakistan share mutual understanding, and people of the two countries will jointly overcome the COVID-19 epidemic. Some Western public opinion should stop provoking alienation between the two countries.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/24 22:18:41

China should not blithely ignore US overtures to India

It is not that important whether Trump inks some deals with Modi during his visit. What matters is what his trip will bring to the strategic situation. China should see through the visit and pay more attention to the long-term US strategy.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/23 20:23:40

Does Pompeo really want to help African countries?

Which country's promises are pragmatic and whose are "empty?" Facts can speak for themselves, and it is believed that the people of Africa have sharp eyes.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/20 21:16:26

West fails to see greater BRI vitality after epidemic

Economic gains and development opportunities are possible for all. This is the reason the BRI has attracted more and more countries. If such nature of the BRI does not change, the development of its projects will not encounter major blows.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/19 21:44:30

Some in West weaponize rumors to attack China

In the face of these sinister people and their malicious rumors, China should on the one hand resolutely fight back, showing people both abroad and at home what is really happening in the country; on the other, the country must keep focusing on its own development, growing strong enough until they shut up.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/18 21:56:28

US defines friends, enemies by support for Huawei 5G

In a world where the interests of countries are so interconnected and converged, it is in their best interests that countries remain independent instead of picking a side when developing relations with major powers. Sacrificing this independence to curry favor from the US is nothing but a self-misleading mind-set.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/17 20:57:27

Drawing timely lessons from deadly coronavirus crisis

China's influence lies on not only how the country responds to the epidemic this time, but also how it responds similar events in the future. Most important is whether we can draw lessons from the epidemic, improve governance and combat bureaucracy.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/16 21:26:40

Senators exploit doctor's death to attack China's political system

China does not want to be a US rival, but if the US continues following this strategy, it is making itself an enemy. As Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai pointed out, "We should guard against any 'political virus' that prevents China and the US from joining hands to counter our common challenges."
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/13 22:33:34

People-to-people exchanges strengthen global mutual trust

People from all over the world share a common future. Understanding the significance of people-to-people exchanges is conducive to a country's standing and development in the international community.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/12 21:22:37

NCP control shows importance attached to people's lives

China's prevention and control efforts are the strongest. We hope that relevant parties will adjust corresponding preventive measures based on the progress of the epidemic, especially the change in mortality rate.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/11 22:18:40

Public health education needed amid virus outbreak

Education on public health can give people knowledge on matters related to their health and life and empower people with the right approaches when confronting them. This is the lesson China should have learned after the 2003 SARS outbreak.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/10 21:49:45

New York Times wrong to accuse China of lacking global cooperation

In the face of the epidemic, both China and the US have more reasons to prioritize their cooperation on global health and pandemic preparedness, which may in turn promote their mutual trust and benefit future interactions between the two countries.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/9 20:48:40

India's actions should follow words on cybersecurity

“We need to arrive at a global understanding if not a global regulation, in order that the cyberspace remains open, safe and secure,” Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said. We wish India could keep in mind its words.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/6 22:03:43