I'm not a futurist; but Trump's clearly deliberate provocations on Taiwan and trade spell danger. I'm not suggesting he wants a war with China; but with the US military on China's doorstep with Aegis and THAAD missile systems, and saber-rattling rather than diplomacy the order of the day, there is a landscape of potential mistakes and accidents between the two countries. These are fragile times.
What I argue near the end of the book is we are going to have to start thinking about not just power over others, but power with others.
The UK decision to leave the EU has brought added turbulence and uncertainty globally. Martin Jacques (Jacques), a senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University, and a visiting professor at Tsinghua University, shared his thoughts over the major issue with Global Times (GT) London correspondent Sun Wei recently.
It is not the case that there is no country willing to become our allies, but one whether the Chinese government wants to be ally of other countries.
In 2010, Turkey and China upgraded their bilateral relationship to the level of strategic cooperation. We believe that new projects will contribute positively to our relationship and that we can work together and enhance cooperation to support global efforts aiming to create a new synergy.
If China wants to transform from a trader of quantity to a trader of quality, it must seal the deals of the FTA with its two neighbors.
Patriotism is one thing, to be proud of your country, but if you are nationalist, when you hate or mistrust another country and blame another country for your problems, that is very dangerous.
The only thing China does not have is patience. Chinese are working so hard. Instead of studying us and encouraging people to work hard, they get impatient.
Where is the relationship headed during Tsai’s term? How should we deal with the over 60-year-old Taiwan question?
We have never and will never look at the two strategic relationships that Afghanistan has with the two important neighbors in the context of any competition.
We want Afghanistan to be known as the harbor of cooperation between all global powers.
One of my conclusions about democracy is that before democracy, there should be the rule of law, and economic development as well.
Discussions about China’s rise and its global impact have been growing more heated over the years. Martin Jacques (Jacques), a senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University and author of When China Rules the World, shared his thoughts with Global Times (GT) London correspondent Sun Wei.
Dr Matshidiso Moeti from Botswana is the World Health Organization Regional Director for Africa. During her official visit to China, from March 22 to 25, which follows Chinese Health Minister Li Bin's trip to Cape Town for the Ministerial Forum on China-Africa Health Cooperation last October, the Global Times (GT) reporter Yin Lu talked with Moeti, who shared her insights in how China, African countries and the WHO can work together to strengthen Sino-African collaboration in health.
The Sino-US relationship has been experiencing some fluctuations lately.
The Sino-US relationship has been experiencing some fluctuations lately. Yan Xuetong, director of the Institute of International Relations at Tsinghua University, has suggested that forming alliances abroad can help China smooth the bilateral ties. How will it work? How should the two sides further develop their relationship? Can China and the US escape Thucydides Trap? The following content is based on Yan's recent lecture "Strategies for China's rise and changing international environment."
Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli kicked off his China visit on Sunday.
Mostly idealistic, young people are prone to be misled by some ill-intended individuals.