Ding Gang
Ding Gang is a senior editor with People's Daily, and a senior fellow with the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies.
  • Balance welfare and work key to competitiveness

    While Europe's social systems have provided living guarantees for their citizens, it has also made people less motivated to actively seek employment. The notion of "working hard to become prosperous" is deeply rooted in the hearts of Chinese people.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/5/22 18:56:12
  • Biden's tariffs a gamble for US economy

    US President Joe Biden's announcement to slap major new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, advanced batteries, solar cells, steel, aluminum and medical equipment on Tuesday has clear election considerations.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/5/15 21:53:57
  • A generational shift, from God and tradition to personal expression

    As Gen Z moves further from Washington's traditional strategy, or at least from the traditional interpretations of the capitalist will, the US' influence is poised for change, signaling a new era where global perspectives gain precedence over dated doctrines.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/5/10 19:17:16
  • US reindustrialization hinges on institutional guarantees

    The US is finally going to have its first true high-speed railroad. On Monday, construction began on the Brightline West, connecting Las Vegas and Southern California. The railroad will be a private, all-electric, high-speed rail line, 218 miles (350 kilometers) long, with trains running at a speed of 200 miles per hour. It?is expected?to take four years to build.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/4/24 20:26:31
  • Chinese modernization more than Shanghai's impressive skyscrapers, dazzling nightscapes

    For anyone seeking a more authentic understanding of China and trying to grasp why China has chosen its unique path of modernization, Shanghai serves as a crucial window. However, there is more to China than just Shanghai.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/4/17 18:11:43
  • Oversupply? Market, not Washington, has the answer

    The global economy cannot be defined solely by the interests of the US and Europe.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/4/10 17:21:52
  • Specter of Dr Fu Manchu still influences UK's modern Sinophobia

    As we explore the complexities of modern-day Sinophobia in the UK, it is essential to recognize that the specter of Dr. Fu Manchu, a fictional character, and the historical prejudices he represents still influence contemporary attitudes toward China and its people.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/3/27 19:47:23
  • Exploitation is at the heart of American capitalist competition

    Washington's strategy toward China increasingly employs security and human rights as pretexts to dominate or exclude Chinese firms from the global market, including the US market. This strategy is becoming a clear manifestation of the capitalist mentality of "winner takes all," which exacerbates the inherent flaws of American Capitalism.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/3/20 20:50:35
  • BYD's ro-ro ship vs British opium-laden ship: a different path of China's rise

    Approximately a fortnight ago, a large ro-ro ship loaded with more than 5,000 electric vehicles (EVs) from a port in southern China arrived in ports in the Netherlands and Germany.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/3/6 19:48:06
  • Regional conflicts contribute to US arms sales, jobs

    Where does America find the funds to support Ukraine so generously? Well, it all depends on how you crunch the numbers.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/2/28 17:53:50
  • Garment plants show China's economic transformation

    When more and more consumers around the world do not want to "dress the same," it provides a huge opportunity for the development of China's textile manufacturing industry.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/2/21 20:19:28
  • Why Western perception of China should be reshaped

    Even if some still view China's rise as a threat of the “dragon,” they must also enter into a new global situation of coexistence with China whether they like it or not.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/2/7 21:06:45
  • Pelosi's remarks reflect the truth of US system

    According to reports from US media outlets, amid ongoing Israel-Palestine conflicts, a group of pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outside former US house speaker Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home. In response to their demonstration, Pelosi reportedly shouted to them, "Go back to China where your headquarters is!" This is a veteran American politician's interpretation of the war in Gaza.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/1/31 23:16:05
  • Taiwan's fate shouldn't be tied to US war machine

    When pro-independence forces tie Taiwan's fate tightly to the US war machine, Taiwan's economic development choices are already severely limited. It is hoped that more Taiwan people will see the prospects for their island from the truths spoken by Trump.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/1/24 20:15:50
  • The world's most uncertainty: unpredictable course of American politics

    The world watches in silence and prepares for change brought about by US election. It is the political evolution of the US that stands as the world's most uncertain factor, with reverberating consequences that will shape the international landscape for years to come.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/1/16 20:05:15
  • Revisiting the legacy of Ping-Pong Diplomacy

    The 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the US was commemorated with a gesture that recalled an era of unexpected thawing in China-US relations: the exchange of table tennis teams between the University of Virginia and Peking University.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/1/10 15:39:02
  • To Washington: Don't let fear of China prevail

    Is China really that terrifying? Washington repeatedly emphasizes the need to win in competition with China. No one knows what Washington's ultimate goal of victory is; not even American politicians can explain it clearly.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/1/3 17:50:52
  • Controlling technology transfer to counter India's illegal treatment toward Chinese companies

    Retaining Chinese enterprises, technologies and personnel is essential to preserving the lifeline of Made in China, which will enable us to strike back forcefully when India illegally treats Chinese enterprises and counter the impact of the US attempt to decouple from China.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/12/27 18:16:07
  • Shadow of Chinese Exclusion Act lingers in US strategy toward China

    The values of white supremacy in the US are deeply rooted and form the bedrock of US policymaking led by those who have a say in Washington's China policy.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/12/20 19:06:52
  • Crucial for China to make good use of its substantial talent pool

    In a worldwide context, Foshan's challenges reflect the fierce global competition for talent during the changing trends of globalization.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/12/13 19:37:23
  • Yiwu's success disproves US decoupling tactic

    The Yiwu spirit provides strong spiritual support for creating a new path for the Belt and Road Initiative. Behind Yiwu going global is the strong support of "Made in China", and the people of Yiwu have always had a spiritual motivation to integrate into the world through openness and pursue peaceful development through mutual benefit.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/12/6 18:11:38
  • US attempt to break Chinese 'rice bowl' will backfire

    The battle for the “rice bowl” is also a war. Both sides in a war inevitably experience losses, making it a test of their respective endurance.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/11/29 19:57:24
  • China's economic development through lens of education

    While Westover changed herself as an individual through education, Principal Zhang Guimei, the protagonist in Beyond the Clouds, has changed the lives of many rural girls through education.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/11/22 18:08:57
  • The key to mutual trust between China and the US lies in understanding CPC's development perspective

    When observing a development path, it is important to consider who is guiding and governing, but more importantly, whether it can lead impoverished people to prosperity and benefit the general population.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/11/15 18:36:18
  • What drives the revival of the ancient Silk Road

    The opening of the Xinjiang Pilot Free Trade Zone is an important strategic shift for China's economy and its opening-up to other parts of the world. The ancient Silk Road will showcase its vigor and charm at this new historical point in the process of further expanding and deepening globalization, writes @dinggangchina

    By Ding Gang | 2023/11/8 17:20:55
  • Chinese ALS patient's journey highlights importance of China-US cooperation

    The case of Cai Lei, a Chinese ALS patient and former vice president of JD.com, offers a unique perspective on China-US relations, showcasing the importance of cooperation rather than severance.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/11/1 20:18:19
  • Observe West's view on China from Dunhuang

    Why did the four great civilizations of the world converge and interact at Dunhuang in China? What kind of cultural spirit and mind-set does it embody? Only when these questions are clarified, can we understand the rise of China today and the significance of China's modernization and the Belt and Road Initiative for the world.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/10/25 19:39:52
  • Jiayu Pass a window to see how the BRI provides a strong impetus for regional cooperation, development

    From Jiayu Pass, we can understand more fully how the Belt and Road can provide a strong impetus for cooperation and development in Central and South Asia, as well as the Middle East and Europe. Traveling further west, we will go to Dunhuang City, Northwest China's Gansu Province, the jewel of cultural exchanges between China and the rest of the world, where the four major world civilizations - Chinese, Indian, Greek, and Islamic - met a thousand years ago…

    By Ding Gang | 2023/10/18 18:28:10
  • Israeli-Palestinian conflict fuels US Islamic hatred

    Hamas launched an "unprecedented" raid on Israel on October 7, and Israel quickly retaliated with harsh measures. The Middle East has been back in flames, resulting in the tragic deaths of thousands of civilians.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/10/11 18:16:39
  • Ningxia an epitome of China's green transition

    The changes in Guyuan are a microcosm of the world's most significant and ambitious emissions reduction program.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/9/27 17:27:09
  • Unfair treatment of Chinese firms will backfire on EU

    The rise of Chinese manufacturing will undoubtedly pose a shock to the EU, but if it cannot treat such competition fairly and continues to politically discriminate against Chinese companies, the EU itself will ultimately be hurt.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/9/20 20:16:11
  • Huawei shows resilience of Made-in-China

    The aggressiveness of Made-in-China products in the global market represented by Huawei is undoubtedly not limited to mobile phones. That's what worries Washington the most.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/9/13 20:10:56
  • Huawei's success: beyond tech, about values

    At the end of 2019, I accompanied an American and German media delegation to the offices of Chinese tech giant Huawei. Although it was only for one day, this brief encounter gave me a deeper understanding of this company.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/9/6 20:55:47
  • Can a new track for China-US relationship be established?

    When it comes to the word "mechanism," it is important to note that this is not a restart, but a rebuild.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/30 21:31:31
  • A long, centennial China-US battle of endurance

    In a recent conversation, a friend told me that the price of organic eggs has increased. At the beginning of the year 24 eggs cost $6.69, and now they cost $6.99. Building materials for remodeling have roughly doubled in price compared to before the pandemic.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/23 20:29:56
  • Promoting FTA talks with Mercosur to propel China-Paraguay cooperation

    We can enhance China's economic and trade relations with Paraguay by promoting economic and trade cooperation between China and Mercosur.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/17 22:16:10
  • Typical Western economic study misses real 'vigor' of Chinese people

    I suggest they take a cross-border trip and compare the real "vigor" of Chinese people.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/16 22:50:30
  • China should unleash the spirit of struggle in the 'Third Wave' to lead the 'Fourth Wave'

    The true test of the "Third Wave" for China is whether we can achieve super-speed catch-up, which is China's sprinting power. In the "Fourth Wave," the real test is more about our endurance and tenacity.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/9 20:15:59
  • No need for China to worry about 'M-size' Trumps like DeSantis

    If the real Donald Trump is an L-size candidate, then Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is an M-size Trump.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/6 21:22:48
  • Washington will grow increasingly agitated as its 'Whack-A-Mole' containment policy exhausts

    Washington's “Whack-A-Mole” containment policy is similar to a race against time, but time is clearly not on its side. The US is increasingly agitated by the exhaustion of such a policy.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/8/2 19:51:36
  • US should clear up bombs it left in Laos before questioning China's influence there

    It's time for the Americans and those who follow them to jump out of the loop of the equilibrium theory that has gone out of fashion.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/7/26 20:11:14
  • Let BRI projects take root at grass-roots level

    The China-proposed BRI has experienced rapid development in recent years, mainly in the field of infrastructure. Projects such as the construction of railroads, highways, and power stations have been successfully implemented.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/7/19 19:39:50
  • US dropped bombs in Laos, China builds railways

    Cluster bombs that the US military dropped in Laos 50 years ago turned out to be the biggest challenge to the construction of the China-Laos high-speed railway.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/7/12 21:21:33
  • China-Laos Railway empowers locals, instills hope

    The China-Laos Railway will be extended. Whether it continues along Laos to the south, enters Cambodia and connects with Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, or directly enters Thailand from Vientiane and connects with Bangkok, the railroad, as a tool, will definitely contribute to the improvement of economic development and benefit the people of all countries along the route.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/7/5 19:58:58
  • France riots show the negative aspect of Western development models

    Recognizing France's problems must take into account the context of globalization.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/7/2 23:07:26
  • Obama is right, India's development can't go far without resolving ethnic issues

    No matter how highly the US touts India's democracy, if the country's various ethnic groups do not develop in tandem, enjoy the dividends of development, but remain divided along religious lines, its modernization will not be sustainable and will always face the possibility of division.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/6/28 19:43:18
  • Yunnan railroad proves Western colonizers never brought human rights to local people

    China is making progress in human rights based on peaceful development. This is also something that Western theories cannot explain.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/6/14 19:55:44
  • SW China's devt shines modernization light on Zomia

    China's development in the southwest of the country will bring the whole Zomia region into a new era.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/6/7 18:25:56
  • Yunnan farmers escape poverty by selling coffee beans to Europe

    The coffee beans may not have changed, but the technology of cultivation, roasting, and transportation has changed, and most importantly, the people who grow coffee have changed.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/5/31 18:52:37
  • Rural youngsters in China aim moving into the light of development

    What struck me the most was not the huge difference between poverty and affluence but the attitude of young people toward work and life. In China, young people have the ambition and opportunity to seize the light. This is the key to China's economic tenacity.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/5/24 20:19:38
  • AI has a political stance, associated with ideology

    ChatGPT's biggest flaw is that it has no emotions. For example, it cannot write the emotional and political commentary of the time that Dickens wrote at the beginning of A Tale of Two Cities: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness."

    By Ding Gang | 2023/5/10 18:33:32
  • History of world coffee development makes a U-turn in China

    Many coffee-producing countries still bear the slavery dregs brought by the colonizers, which has restricted the change of the economic development of these countries, continuing the legacy of coffee development.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/5/3 20:17:44
  • Ximeng embodies a Chinese modernization story

    When I left Ximeng, I wondered how the local people would respond if I told them that American leaders always say China is a "destroyer of the world order" and "aggressive."

    By Ding Gang | 2023/4/26 21:11:54
  • When Nabob's descendants once again think of kowtow

    The kowtow view is obsolete because the Eastern countries are no longer on the periphery of Western civilization but will be at the center of world civilization. Whether it is China, India, or some other Asian country, it will always be a power-sharer.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/4/19 19:03:58
  • Great potential for China-Brazil cooperation on Amazon conservation

    China and Brazil share many common pursuits on climate issues. We look forward to President Lula's visit to further promote China-Brazil cooperation on environmental protection.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/4/12 18:12:19
  • Under current 'democratic' electoral system, more Trumps could be elected

    For the world's No.1 power like the US, who is the president, what kind of person is the president, and his personal qualities are by no means small problems. We might argue, since “Trump I” was elected, Trump II and III will follow, and this may not be stopped by a single trial of Trump.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/4/5 17:03:37
  • No human rights for those gunned down in US

    Next time when US officials preach democracy and human rights to other countries, I hope they will first think about those who died at the gunpoint of their own people.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/3/29 22:43:42
  • Even if a TikTok is killed, more Tiktoks will rise

    Why is TikTok so popular in China? Of course, technology is paramount. But its rise is not a coincidence, especially in the form of short videos and live streaming with goods.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/3/22 18:49:54
  • China can play peacemaker while US cannot

    The two arch-rivals of the Middle East - Saudi Arabia and Iran - recently sat down for peace talks in Beijing and restored diplomatic relations, highlighting the effectiveness of China's diplomatic efforts. Why can China act as the "peace broker?"

    By Ding Gang | 2023/3/15 18:21:33
  • Meeting Chinese people's demand for better cuisine means good business for US companies

    What the Chinese eat, how they eat it, and whether the meals on the table will become more diverse affects the US' economy and its high-tech competitiveness.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/3/8 18:57:14
  • US suppresses TikTok for grabbing international market

    China's choice can only be to expand and open its consumer market further and support the outward flow of Chinese manufacturing and technology, at the same time, upgrading high-tech and manufacturing industries to create more new products and win a broader global market.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/3/1 20:00:32
  • Peaceful development engraved in Chinese people's bones

    After the Chinese New Year, I went to South China's Guangdong, the largest province by GDP in China, and visited seven cities along the coast from Zhanjiang to Chaozhou. What attracted me most were the scenes of fireworks and incense.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/2/22 21:21:37
  • A trial balloon that tests wind of China-US ties

    If you want to make a prediction on the trajectory of Washington's policy toward China, the Chinese balloon that recently floated to the US is a good "test."

    By Ding Gang | 2023/2/8 18:05:19
  • Chinese families' expectations for the future decide the country's development

    Conversations during Spring Festival now feel like what they were 20 years ago.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/2/1 20:24:09
  • In Africa, China has created a new window beyond the old Western one

    The increasing cooperation between China and African countries has opened a new window for them, a China window beyond the old Western window, from where new choices can be seen.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/1/18 22:12:55
  • My inspiration from rereading IBM Watson Jr.'s autobiography

    At the beginning of the new year, rereading the autobiography Father, Son & Co: My Life at IBM and Beyond by Thomas Watson Jr., former president of IBM, I found new inspiration.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/1/11 23:38:19
  • House chaos: Congress becomes 'anti-China theater'

    The difficult election for Speaker of the US House of Representatives is not a good thing for US-China relations.

    By Ding Gang | 2023/1/4 19:14:40
  • Made in China has a lasting global benefit

    The global industrial chain and supply chain are now undergoing unprecedented changes, but the advantages of Made in China remain unchanged, and the image of China based on Made in China is still on the rise.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/12/28 18:47:00
  • Dutch apology over slave trade a belated recognition of its past dark history

    The Europe of today, including the modern prosperous lifestyles that people enjoy, and the order and rules that sustain such a lifestyle, is the result of the continuation of this great colonial expansion.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/12/21 19:06:32
  • West should make up for the knowledge of the essence of China-Arab cooperation

    China has provided a reference for the Arab world with its own stable and sustained development. What China can do, the Arab countries must be able to do as well.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/12/14 15:30:15
  • In global supply chain restructuring, China's advantage is manpower

    In the aspects of the competition in manufacturing in the major industrial countries that China already has a leading position, it is because in those aspects, human resources have won.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/12/7 19:31:32
  • US disrupting supply chain shakes up international relations

    But when it makes this a strategic goal, it will do its best to contain China's development in the global supply chain, make every effort to keep the international supply chain in its own hands, and restructure its relations with its allies accordingly.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/11/30 22:06:08
  • US manufacturing causes economic, spiritual decline

    Some Europeans look at China with a sense of superiority. The question is not what facilities China wants “to control” in Europe, but whether Europeans can get back the working spirit that once brought Europe to development.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/11/23 19:01:40
  • US needs to understand reality of China's development

    After the Xi-Biden meeting, it would be good for the world and for both China and the US, if US policymakers could look in the right direction and think about the words of the Chinese leader.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/11/16 16:20:22
  • Has US institution reached a watershed moment?

    Division is profoundly affecting American political and social life. Each side sees the other as "not my people" and has a strong sense of disgust and distrust of the other. American attributes were shredded.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/11/9 22:43:40
  • Washington needs to take real actions to put out fire it has started with China

    Biden said the US has to "responsibly manage the increasingly intense competition with China," and "we have to maintain our military advantage by making clear that - that we do not seek conflict."

    By Ding Gang | 2022/11/2 17:51:53
  • Move to devastate China's chip industry will backfire on Washington

    The biggest thing the US forgets is that they are “fighting” against a country with a strong industrial base. If it wants to “destroy” China, even in just one or two industrial areas, first of all, get ready to be hit back.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/10/26 21:51:51
  • Swedes' rising support for far right driven by sense of crisis in ideology, or Swedish culture

    The rise of far-right parties in Sweden is by no means a positive signal for globalization. Taking political changes that have occurred in major European countries into consideration, people are wondering where Europe is headed.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/10/19 19:16:14
  • Europe overshadowed by ghost of nukes again

    As the war between Russia and Ukraine continues to escalate, the demon of nuclear weapons seems to be still hovering around the white house in Reykjavik as the 1986 summit, making strange noises.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/10/13 23:09:34
  • Iphone transfer to India a test of US 'decoupling'

    Apple announces it will produce iPhone 14 in India. US and Apple policymakers, Indian producers, as well as the world's Apple production and supply chain, will all bear the backlash of US containment policy toward China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/9/29 11:14:33
  • Solving Russia-Ukraine conflict requires more countries to side with peace

    Peace can be secured if more and more countries choose to side with peace and oppose war, not being tied to certain military groups, and not being involved in a broader war, including financial and economic sanctions.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/9/22 21:09:13
  • Legacy of British colonialism will drag on long after Queen Elizabeth II

    The influence of Queen Elizabeth II and her royal family included a perceived legacy of colonialism, particularly the division of civilization into different classes, which still severely constrains the development of former colonial countries.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/9/15 1:08:43
  • Why the West has been nervously forecasting when China's economy will overtake US'

    It is necessary to ask rhetorically why the elites in the US and the West are always thinking about when China will overtake the US in terms of economic size. This is because the rise of China has touched their deepest sense of superiority.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/9/7 20:27:16
  • 'Adventures on the New Silk Road' depicts moving stories of BRI

    The spread of the epidemic has adversely affected many of the projects along the route of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

    By Ding Gang | 2022/9/3 11:50:10
  • Squeezing China will only cause West-led order and system to disintegrate

    If the world order and system, as the Americans and the West call it, cannot offer enough room for China and the US to dance together, cannot accommodate the growth of Chinese companies and the rise of China's capital power, it only means that it is this order and system that needs to be improved.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/8/31 19:17:55
  • Breaking through US' siege depends on Made-in-China reaching outward

    The key point here is that we need to achieve common development through cooperation, so as to realize the restructuring of the industrial and trade system of the whole East Asia and Asia-Pacific region and break through the industrial encirclement of China by the US.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/8/24 20:00:05
  • Will the US start a war against China?

    Will the US start a war against China? History tells us that the option of war is an inherent part of US capital export and expansion, and that Washington is often easily manipulated by the impulse of capital power.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/8/17 19:15:21
  • China must play to its strengths to resist US chip coercion

    How to better play the advantages of the national system is the key for China to break through the containment and suppression in this competition.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/8/10 20:33:57
  • Pelosi's visit will be a turning point in China's US strategy

    China does not want to be an enemy of the US. But if the US strategy is to push China into a hostile position, then China has only one option.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/8/3 21:03:07
  • China-bashing a tragedy for 10 Downing Street

    April 7, 1840 is a day that the Chinese will not forget. On that day, the British Parliament debated issues related to China. Historians originally believed that it was that meeting that made the decision for the British to invade China. Later, a journalist investigated and found that British warships were already on their way to China at the time of the debate in the British Parliament. The British Parliament did not pass the appropriation for the military expenses of the expedition to China until July 27, 1840, after the outbreak of war. The facts show that the Opium War was initiated by the British government.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/7/27 19:28:11
  • The world must move past 'spheres of influence'

    It is probably time for the West to try to walk away a little bit from the old security logic of “sphere of influence” and think more about the concept of security concerns.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/7/20 19:49:30
  • Japan shouldn't bring Cold War rearmament to Asia

    Japan's rearmament and the revision of its pacifist constitution is both a Japanese issue and a larger regional security issue, depending on how Japan will respond to the US “Indo-Pacific Strategy” and the rise of China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/7/13 19:40:09
  • US is moving from being small government to anti-government

    It is certainly not just the Biden administration or the Democratic administration that is being shaken, but the "foundation" of the White House.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/7/6 19:22:24
  • EU's 'moral support' for Ukraine masks a country beset by problems

    Ukraine is still in the process of rebuilding its country after the end of the Cold War, and the process of dealing with the Cold War legacy is bound to be fraught with geopolitical risks.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/30 2:03:09
  • NATO expansionist agenda a threat to global security, a US tool to control EU and enhance hegemonic manipulation capacity

    Editor's Note: Amid the still ongoing Russia-Ukraine military conflict, NATO, which has been adding fuel to the conflict, started a three-day summit in Madrid, Spain, from June 28 to 30. The NATO alliance works to increase pressure on Russia over its conflict with Ukraine while underscoring their continued concerns about China. For the first time in history, leaders from four Asia-Pacific countries - namely Australia, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand - were also invited to attend the NATO summit. The militant group which has already made troubles for Europe is now trying to create its own Asia-Pacific chapter to interfere in Asia. How did the organization come about? How was it born from the Cold War mentality and gradually became a poisoner of world peace? Why is this military alliance extending its “dark hand” to Asia? The Global Times will publish a series of four articles on how NATO is expanding. This is the second installment.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/29 20:54:27
  • 'Economic Article V' a blatant incitement to undermine security order of others

    It is time to warn some Western people who look like gentlemen but are actually gang leaders. The world today is no longer a place where Western powers can drive around in their gunboats and flex muscles.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/22 19:39:55
  • Manufacturing retreat makes US economy more vulnerable to inflation

    Observing China's shopping festivals is a wonderful window into the interaction between the US and Chinese economies and trade. I hope they will realize that the industrial chain and supply chain are not at the mercy of their ideological standards.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/15 20:55:21
  • China-EU economic ties on brink of an ideological confrontation trap

    The economic and trade ties between China and the EU have not come easily. The two sides should avoid falling into an ideological confrontation, adopt a pragmatic attitude, and attach more attention to the actual benefits achieved through cooperation.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/6/8 15:39:42
  • America's attempt to impose old 'Cold War playbook' on China is doomed to fail

    US leaders may not really see relations with China as a return to the Cold War, but Washington's recourse to the tired tactics of ideological competition with the Soviet Union does leave a sense of helplessness.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/31 17:45:39
  • IPEF hides US' ill ideological intentions

    Peace is certainly something that all countries want. But the question is whether the order of Western civilization means that one must adopt the same political system as the West, or the same beliefs as the West, in order to obtain it.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/25 19:21:14
  • Will joining NATO rid Finland, Sweden of fear?

    Will these two countries ever say goodbye to their fear? Let's not forget the fact - when NATO bases appear on the soil of the two Nordic countries, Russia will have no choice but to directly change the balance in the region with the future deployment of its nuclear and strategic forces.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/18 19:01:18
  • Long-term challenge for developing countries to guard own values against Westernization

    It will be a long-term challenge to preserve its cultural traditions and find a path to modernity in the face of Westernization.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/11 18:30:30
  • Widening trust gap key reason to our inability to make global decisions

    There are reasons why some countries, especially some large developing countries, haven't joined the US and the EU in sanctioning Russia. For example, India, Indonesia, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and Brazil, and of course China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/5/4 15:39:51
  • Macron's China policy faces new tasks amid Russia-Ukraine conflict

    Will French policy toward China become more pragmatic and flexible? The answer should not ignore EU's foreign policy in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war. France will have to pay more attention to a coherent EU foreign policy.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/27 20:37:30
  • Ukraine crisis will revive Europe's conservatism

    Europe's right-wing and conservative tendencies are intensifying in what could be one of the most noteworthy changes of the century.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/20 19:58:35
  • Developing countries must fight for the future of globalization

    Western sanctions against Russia will impact globalization, damaging developing economies & causing humanitarian disasters. Developing economies must fight to restore globalization, a globalization that is not controlled by the West.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/13 15:41:28
  • Why European integration failed to eliminate war

    The ideals of the predecessors of European integration who expected to eliminate war through integration remained so distant. The Russian-Ukrainian conflict is not a single episode, but an episode in a serial with no end.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/4/6 14:11:14
  • Regime change is old, dangerous trick of US

    On March 26, Biden gave a lengthy speech on the last day of his visit to Poland. At the end of the speech, he suddenly said that Putin “can no longer stay in power.”

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/30 20:33:06
  • European integration framework unsuitable for Asia

    Asia needs further cooperation to reconstruct political and economic security order. Therefore, we must pay great attention to this historical background when we observe the Russian-Ukrainian conflict amid the integration process in Europe.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/24 9:10:34
  • Effective countermeasures to US decoupling policy against China

    China does need to strive for more access to the high-end sectors in order to break the US blockade. However, China does need to further consolidate its position in the global industrial chain.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/16 19:54:25
  • Why the US is addicted to using economic sanctions

    The key to understanding US sanctions is to see that they are a demonstration of hegemonic instincts that cannot be defused through rational competition or otherwise.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/9 16:54:46
  • Cold War only half over and part two has begun

    The outcome of this ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis, regardless of who wins, will increase the raison d'être of NATO as a military bloc and strengthen and expand it. The Russia-Ukraine war shows that the Cold War is really only half over and the second half just starts.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/3/2 20:04:40
  • Can US' balancing strategy last after Ukraine crisis?

    On February 21, 1972, US President Richard Nixon came to Beijing to begin a “world-changing” visit. He became the first sitting US president to visit China.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/23 17:30:13
  • Targeting China makes US Indo-Pacific Strategy goals unachievable

    When Washington targets its strategy at China and sees China as an adversary, it is poisoning the Asia-Pacific economies and planting landmines and time bombs for the peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific. The result will be that there is simply no prospect of peace, security and stable development in the Asia-Pacific region.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/16 18:58:20
  • Olympics showcase China as a green development trailblazer

    The Beijing Winter Olympics set a new global benchmark for environmental protection. China, a non-Western, populous, and world's largest developing country has fulfilled its global commitment to go green.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/2/9 20:41:12
  • Attacks on Xi'an lockdown show Western media ignorance, ruthlessness

    In the aforementioned New York Times report, the authors seem to have intentionally chosen the term “The Banality of Evil”. The crudeness of applying a term highlighting the psychology of Nazi butchers to their analysis and judgment of China, unintentionally reveals the psychology a nation standing on a pulpit. What they do not realize is that the foundation of the pulpit has crumbled beneath their feet.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/26 18:36:43
  • Apple's success mirrors China-US relations

    On January 6, Apple filed a document with the US Securities and Exchange Commission showing that Tim Cook's total compensation as CEO in 2021 reached $98.7 million. It came after Apple's market capitalization surpassed $3 trillion during mid-day US stock trading on January 3, making it the world's highest market capitalization. This amount is close to China's foreign exchange reserves of $3.25 trillion (at the end of December 2021).

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/19 20:21:26
  • Why did NYT fabricate contradiction between Chinese people and zero-COVID policy?

    China has maintained a zero mortality rate for new cases, while the US averaged 1,664 deaths per day during last week. This is not to say that the US government doesn't want to reduce the death rate, but it can't, due to a different system.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/11 16:18:31
  • Drop in Xi'an cases indicates light of hope amid hard lockdown

    Xi'an, capital city of Northwest China's Shaanxi Province which was hit hard by a COVID-19 epidemic flare-up in the past weeks, saw a dim light of winning the battle against the resurgence as it reported 35 infections on Wednesday, a sharp drop from the previous day's 95 cases.

    By Ding Gang in Xi'an and Zhang Han in Beijing | 2022/1/5 21:42:52
  • Will Trump stage a comeback in 2022?

    2022 is a crucial year for US politics. Many major events are set to occur, such as the mid-term elections and the handling of the Omicron rampage. There is another thing that cannot be ignored: former US president Donald Trump's comeback on social media.

    By Ding Gang | 2022/1/5 19:32:01
  • China resilient despite US 'policing' of supply chains

    Facing such US hegemony, China needs to consolidate its own manufacturing strength while advancing connections with its global counterparts, which requires a more open market.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/29 18:02:10
  • Manchin deadlock example of 'divided we fall'

    If it is “united we stand” after the 9/11 terror attacks, it is now “divided we fall.”

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/22 19:35:38
  • Why it's hard to bring manufacturing back to US

    The US is ambitious to restore its manufacturing supply chain, especially at the middle and low end, but it is impossible to achieve this goal by relying solely on policy investment or vigorously squeezing Chinese manufacturing.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/15 17:41:25
  • US cannot 'decouple' from Made in China

    If Washington truly understands China's political system, then it should understand that the strength of China's system lies not only in its democracy, which is in line with the country's development practices. It also lies in its characteristics of being "centralized," which will show its potential power amid the US siege.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/8 17:21:19
  • China's future energy security dependent on de-Americanized strategy

    The core of China's future energy security lies in the innovation and application of clean energy technologies, instead of geopolitics or energy reserves.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/12/1 22:53:30
  • Biden's real challenge not China but an antiwork generation

    If there really is a competitive relationship between China and the US, what's important next is how the young people of the two countries treat their jobs respectively.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/24 18:13:54
  • Biden's 'guardrails' need true test

    If the US continues to contain China as it did to its enemies during the Cold War, there will be no “straightforward competition” at all. In fact, the response it will receive from China will no longer be “respect”.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/17 22:04:40
  • Taiwan reunification is unshakeable goal, bottom line

    US' China strategy is making grave misjudgments about China and China's rise. As a result, there came the severe misreading of China's politics and Chinese national rejuvenation in regards to the Taiwan question.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/10 18:18:39
  • Shanghai speed in handling of epidemic flare-up a hint of China's system

    In fact, the real challenge of the 21st century is not competition between different systems. It is whether countries with different systems, especially big countries, can find a path toward peace, cooperation and common development.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/11/3 19:27:27
  • Western intellectuals now have weak minds to grasp China's might

    Can China and the US co-exist peacefully? Can the relationship between China and the West develop steadily and constantly? To a large extent, these questions are actually about the problem of whether there can be a more accurate theoretical system for understanding and analyzing the rise of China.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/10/27 18:00:00
  • Powell's death underscores US-China structural challenges

    The crux of China-US relations in future is the same, as I have argued in many of my articles, on this question: How to get out of, or even break the framework of structural contradictions?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/10/20 18:53:39
  • How to shape E.Asian security architecture built after Korean War

    The challenge faced by both Beijing and Washington in the 21st century is how to build a new security architecture in East Asia instead of continuing the existing one.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/10/13 18:23:40
  • If US wants to prosecute Huawei again, it will face China's countermeasure

    Against the backdrop, other countries that have been suppressed by Washington's long-arm jurisdiction will hardly be as pliant and obedient under the US hegemony as they used to be.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/29 1:08:10
  • US empire is bolstered by its military-industrial complex

    There are times when you really don't know whether it's Washington or the US arms dealers who are making the decisions.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/22 17:08:41
  • US knows it cannot benefit at China's expense. But will it stop?

    Currently, the US is in a dilemma. If it doesn't contain China, China is likely to surpass the US in some areas. But if it does so, it will lose the benefits from China's development.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/15 17:43:39
  • Why US so obsessed with ideas of changing others?

    If the US cannot learn to live peacefully with a more confident country, this will be a disaster for them and the world. They need to respect a progressively growing economic power with a different ideology.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/8 17:43:58
  • 'Why do they hate us?' This question haunts US 20 years on

    If the US really makes moments of introspection and tries to learn a lesson, then it should ask why the successive presidential figure made an impossible goal as a strategic focus for the past 20 years.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/9/1 18:40:11
  • Back to where it was 20 years ago, will US go through Afghan nightmare all over again?

    The impulse of hegemonism deeply rooted in these Americans' minds hasn't changed a lot in 20 years.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/25 16:30:24
  • Taliban victory a major failure of Western civilization's expansion

    History tells us that the West's expansion was driven by a sense of mission, but so was its loss. In the 20 years since the 9/11 attacks, Washington's strategic focus has been changing, but its sense of mission to conquer the world has not.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/18 18:51:46
  • Can US infrastructure plan aid manufacturing?

    Changes in production areas certainly lead to changes in markets, even though the processes are quite slow. This is why it will be increasingly difficult for US capital to make money from the world.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/11 17:45:03
  • West needs deeper understanding of China's system

    Western elites until today still don't understand China's development policies.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/8/4 18:52:17
  • China won't become 'Americanized' as some in US expect

    What is going on in China has not been closely followed. It has instead been analyzed with American theory. But China is on a different path from the West, and the US. The “de-Americanization” is taking place.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/28 18:18:39
  • Afghanistan pullout signals US faith is losing ground

    Empires in geopolitical competition always only focus on their own interests and security - this is one of the reasons why they are deeply trapped in this "graveyard of empires."

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/21 21:11:44
  • US capital will only isolate themselves if lay siege to China for global market

    When US capital groups depend on the siege of China to gain more market share, they are also isolating themselves from a big market that has the greatest development potential in the world.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/14 18:31:02
  • Rejecting Chinese students visa applications bad solution to US problems

    Isolating competitive Chinese students outside the US won't tackle US' education problems.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/7 19:17:53
  • Why China can attract more FDI

    The lowest corporate tax rate in the world will not significantly impact China, where the corporate profit tax rate is 25 percent. High-tech companies in China enjoy a preferential corporate income tax rate of 15 percent, unaffected by the agreement. The current US corporate tax rate is 21 percent, which could be raised to 25 percent in the future.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/5 17:37:12
  • The core of the US-China competition is talent

    Huawei's ad recruit worldwide talent has generated a lot of attention.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/7/4 19:38:23
  • Sticking strong to industrialization, China will win competition with US

    The current China-US relationship is, as a matter of fact, the result of US de-industrialization.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/30 17:56:12
  • Chinese vs US brands: Who will have the last laugh?

    Why have Chinese brands grown so fast?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/23 17:26:05
  • G7's imperialist plan can't defeat BRI

    Regardless of whether or not the G7 countries are motivated to counter China's Belt and Road Initiative, the Americans and their ilk are eager to hatch such a plan.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/16 16:23:39
  • NATO heats up as US-EU competition becomes evident

    Since the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, NATO has lost its reason for existence.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/9 18:55:18
  • Decoupling from China will see US globally detached

    US decoupling from China would divide the world. However, will this lead to a situation that the US does not even anticipate. Some industries and the countries that depend on these industries in China may decouple from the US in the future. This cannot be decided by the US holding up high the banner of ideology.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/6/2 17:33:08
  • Yuan Longping legacy shows the West needs to change mind to better know China

    Anyone who has some knowledge of Chinese history would know what food and clothing mean for the Chinese people. The frequent great famines represent an indispensable chapter in Chinese history. In children's books published in the US over the past two or three decades, Chinese people were depicted as pale and thin. This demonstrates their limited understanding overall.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/26 17:20:51
  • US turns democracy into 'strategic weapon' to counter opponents

    It is up to the Americans to feel and judge the resilience of their democracy. But given what has happened in the US, other countries will question the White House's qualification of pointing an accusing finger at their domestic affairs in the name of democracy.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/19 16:45:38
  • US patent waiver more about saving its image

    The COVID-19 outbreak will undoubtedly prompt countries to reflect on their own management systems and then make continuous adjustments and reforms to better prepare themselves for similar public health incidents in the future. The adjustments and reforms in fact have already begun, which will eventually decide the direction of global cooperation in multiple areas such as public health.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/12 17:07:38
  • Chinese companies grow globally despite West's anxiety

    US decline is an international topic, and some Chinese scholars are only participants of this wider discussion. Many scholars from the world, including those in the US, believe that the US is in decline. They are not talking about its economic and financial might, but the systematic crisis and social divisions now encroaching the US.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/5/5 19:35:36
  • US still 'king' of contemporary capitalism

    The difficulty is that it is impossible to bridge differences without serious reforms. And it is challenging to promote reform without bridging differences.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/28 14:26:55
  • Why US can't emulate China's lessons on infrastructure building

    They both can take example by each other, but on the whole, due to different economic structures, the two countries businesses will go in different directions.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/21 16:29:11
  • Can US fix joblessness in post-pandemic era?

    In post-pandemic era, biggest challenge the US will encounter is to create more jobs for the unemployed; otherwise it will continue to pay the huge relief bill for them. Can US fix joblessness in post-pandemic era?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/14 17:46:02
  • Biden's infrastructure plan may feel pain from US-China decoupling

    Without investing in related manufacturing sectors, Biden's ambitious infrastructure plan won't see desired results even with a huge investment.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/4/7 21:21:50
  • Biden's fictional enemy game with China is silly

    If the US tries its best to contain or undermine China's development, it will not solve its own problems, or become stronger.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/31 21:54:48
  • Rebuttal at Alaska talks shows China rejects West's hierarchy of civilizations

    “This is not the way to deal with Chinese people,” said by senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi during Alaska talks, went viral. This reflects Chinese people's psychological disapproval of how the West structures the hierarchy of civilizations.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/24 18:23:40
  • Corporate monopolies dash American dreams

    If there are fewer and fewer opportunities for individuals' development, people might ask: Will the American dream still exist?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/17 17:27:31
  • Where has Americans' income gone?

    US economist Stephen Roach recently pointed out that last year, the combined COVID-19 relief packages in the US hit a total of $5 trillion, or 24 percent of GDP in 2020. This far exceeds all records. On March 6, US Senate passed President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Will this destroy the world's confidence in the dollar? After all, green note is the foundation of US hegemony.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/10 19:36:39
  • Is the US still a secular country, or religious?

    The trouble now the US faces is that religious extremism has caused political divisions, which will undoubtedly increase the costs and difficulty for the Biden administration to heal the nation.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/3/3 19:15:07
  • Biden moves to revive FDR, but is US able to?

    Observing changes in the US from the other side of the Pacific Ocean, I tend to have a stronger sense that China must deal with its own development well first. When the two countries both shift their focus from tensions to their domestic issues, how will China-US ties change?

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/24 18:07:08
  • Will world wait for US to repair its civilization?

    Western civilization has swept the globe for more than 500 years now. But the conflict between civilizations during the 2020 US election has revealed some problems that are emerging in the West. We have reached an important juncture of globalization.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/17 17:58:39
  • US faces challenge of 'de-Americanization'

    The existing US management and distribution systems are insufficient to counterbalance the impact the Wall Street will have on social equity. Therefore, in the future, we will see a more severe battle between two routes.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/9 19:23:39
  • Wall Street soars, deepens America's divisions

    From 9/11 attacks to today, what people have seen is the accelerating accumulation of capital to the richest tycoons and consortia in the fiercest fluctuations of the market. At the same time, the gap between the rich and the poor in the US is increasing, and its welfare system is in a state of failure. Polarization has entered a new era of extremes.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/2/3 19:19:36
  • Can 'melting pot' unite a polarized US?

    The same values that gave birth to the US have been divided by the American people into two halves. Now there seems to be a strong pull to political extreme directions, with half of Americans opposing the other half.

    By Ding Gang | 2021/1/27 18:23:40
  • COVID-19 reveals countries' differing capacity

    When it comes to the prevention, control and treatment of the COVID-19, countries around the world have adopted both similar and different measures. Different ways of containing the pandemic are determined by different countries' own political systems and governance. Europe and the US have similar political systems, yet their measures to rein in the virus are disparate. This shows their different state capacities.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/22 19:43:41
  • Lack of basic knowledge of viruses a main cause of global pandemic

    A combination of raising people's awareness of viruses and the development of medicine and vaccines will boost humanity's ability to handle public health crises. After all, humans will always have to co-exist with viruses. The more we understand this adversary from nature, the better we can prepare to combat it.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/15 16:38:40
  • Global trust will also take a long time to heal

    China-US relations are the most important bilateral relationship in the world. Due to the damage caused by the trade war and high-tech supply chain breaks, mutual trust between the two countries will be even more fragile in the postpandemic world. Therefore it's difficult to be optimistic about the future for China-US relations.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/8 21:23:40
  • Post-pandemic world must close governance loopholes

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, all countries have to withstand the blow and get through the challenge as soon as possible. In the future, how to promote their governance system and enhance operation will be their priority. Where globalization heads depends on such resilience.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/4/1 16:43:41
  • US virus fight lacks China's courier services

    In Europe and the US, there are plenty of groceries and toiletries on store shelves, but due to a lack of delivery services, people cannot stay home for extended periods. They have to go out to buy daily supplies, which has created window for the spread of COVID-19.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/3/25 18:23:40
  • China, ASEAN see interconnectivity strengthen

    The relationship between China and Southeast Asian countries has entered a new stage of in-depth coordination. Ties between countries in this region, driven by economic interconnection, will be closer in the future as coordination continues to strengthen. This will help form new trade and economic collaboration mechanisms, and create a significant impact on the pattern of international relations around the world.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/3/18 17:43:40
  • Are voters ready for Sanders' socialism?

    If competition exists between the governance models for various countries, the focus should be put not only on high technology, but also on which country has the ability to effectively reduce poverty and enable low-income people to enjoy more equitable healthcare, education, and job opportunities.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/3/4 18:28:40
  • Foreigners who built their China Dream are always welcome back

    Please always keep in your mind: China is a tolerant and open-minded big power, so are its people.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/2/26 17:33:40
  • Chinese workers' basic needs push production resumption amid virus fight

    China's reform and opening-up has created opportunities for individuals and families to build wealth, giving them hope for a moderately prosperous life. This is the basic driving force behind China's economic rise. The impetus for restoring production during the on-going epidemic comes from the basic needs of these ordinary people.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/2/19 17:28:21
  • Foreign perceptions won't influence China

    China's development is not determined by how the outside world sees China, but how China remains firm on its chosen path. In this process, it is of vital importance that China's governance system should advance with the times and have a strong ability to self-correct.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/2/12 17:05:31
  • Public awareness helps curb epidemic, rumors

    One of the most important experiences in the evolution of Milwaukee's public health system was raising public awareness, which effectively prevents the spread of rumors, and enables residents to proactively fight the disease.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/2/5 18:08:41
  • Why isn't the BRI a strategy of China?

    A challenge to the US and the West is that if they keep viewing and defining China with traditional strategic concepts, continue to pile pressure and even contain it at the cost of decoupling with the country, will they eventually create a China that confronts them?

    By Ding Gang | 2020/1/22 17:38:40
  • Will India miss chance offered by Myanmar?

    Apparently, as Myanmar develops, China and India will have more opportunities of cooperation in the country. But if New Delhi weighs too much the strategic balance, it may lose more chance to participate in Myanmar's growth, and thus cannot share the fruits of common development.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/1/15 19:23:40
  • Old mind-set distorts West's view of BRI

    Therefore, all these stereotypes will only lead to a bias that as long as a country gets any closer to China, it will definitely be alienated from the West. Unless they break out of the old framework and try to understand the BRI from the standpoint of developing countries, Western countries will feel more troubled.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/1/8 18:33:40
  • China, US decoupling not a certainty in 2020

    Many years from now, when people recall 2020 perhaps they will find that as people from both countries were striving for their own countries' development, they were getting close, rather than drifting apart.

    By Ding Gang | 2020/1/1 19:33:40
  • How will Europe respond to China's rise?

    Asia is no less challenged by globalization than Europe. The development of Asia is a process of constantly breaking the rules and orders designed by colonists. Meanwhile, it also faces the challenge of how to establish new rule and orders. Breaking and establishing the rules are inseparably interconnected while the shaping of new rules means Asia is making more and more contributions to global peace and development.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/12/18 20:13:41
  • Besides water, Tibet can give India green lessons

    Geographical environment and transition of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is significant to South Asia, East Asia, and even our planet as well as for humanity's survival. Chinese people are aware of what responsibility they shoulder.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/12/11 20:58:40
  • Buddha's birthplace hints at Asian century

    While I was heading toward the airport and villages, fields, and trees passed by, I kept thinking: Does it mean China and India will shake hands at the birthplace of Buddhism if the two ancient civilizations are linked via Nepal?

    By Ding Gang | 2019/11/27 18:33:42
  • Latin American woes stem from globalization

    For developing countries, deindustrialization is also a source of instability. This has been a problem of unbalanced development brought about by globalization.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/11/20 20:18:40
  • Rejecting RCEP won't make India a winner

    Only when India needs the world and the world needs India, can this South Asian country become a veritable power. I would like to ask a question to those who claim India's victory: Will the manufacturing gap between China and India narrow or widen in terms of technology and scale in the next 10 or 20 years?

    By Ding Gang | 2019/11/6 16:53:41
  • China's growth inseparable from its system

    If India intends to learn from China's experience, then it has to reform its agricultural governance system, make it more efficient, with stronger organizational functions and more input, which is precisely the most difficult thing to achieve.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/10/30 19:28:40
  • What affects everlasting peace in East Asia?

    Obviously, what lacks in East Asia is a new system of cooperation, or at least something like the economic or trade cooperation mechanism of the European Community in the bloc's early years. This is the real dilemma East Asia is in.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/10/23 20:13:41
  • China, South Korea cross paths in industry

    Under such circumstances, the development of China-South Korea economic and trade relations will rely on how to expand and enhance cooperation, rather than how to curb or control competition.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/10/16 20:28:40
  • K-pop strikes the right chord in East Asia

    The Chinese version of the song says, “the whole world is jealous of me for holding your hand.” I would like to present these lyrics to all people who devote themselves to promoting cooperation in East Asia.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/10/9 19:48:40
  • 'Balance of power' a strategic trap for India

    The strategy of the balance of power is generated from the diplomacy of Western countries. In today's globalized world, Asian countries are supposed to have better choices. This is a test for not only for India, but also China. Both need work together to walk out of this strategic trap.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/9/11 18:53:41
  • Resurgent identity in ascendant India

    We would like to regard Modi's decision on Kashmir as a trial, which will greatly impact global geopolitics. Neighboring countries of India will therefore keep an eye on what the future holds for Modi's decision and the socioeconomic consequences it brings.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/9/4 18:53:40
  • Tracking development: Railway is the key

    From this perspective, although China's experience is hard to use for reference, it can be an important inspiration. The Belt and Road Initiative that China is promoting also spreads important ideas of how to realize industrialization.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/8/28 19:23:40
  • Stability of Gulf countries comes from within

    Forces dominating the Middle East are changing. While US pressure has worsened regional tensions, it has also steeled the Gulf countries and other traditional powers, and offered them more opportunities to change the situation in the region.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/7/17 21:18:40
  • Prosperity rides on better connectivity

    How can people move from one place to another? It needs road, rail, air and water connectivity - an implication of multimodal transport. One of the objectives of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is connectivity - making people, funds and resources flow.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/7/10 20:28:40
  • China needs to focus on social welfare

    In recent years, the Chinese government has been committed to improving the social security system, employment training system, and urban and rural living environment. The poverty alleviation program across the country has turned out to be fruitful, which demonstrates China's institutional efficiency.

    By Ding Gang | 2019/6/26 17:33:40