OPINION

Chinese professors dismiss 'wolf diplomacy' theatrics


China's tough diplomacy against provocations is a reasonable response to defend national interests. How can such a diplomacy be regarded as “wolf warrior” diplomacy? If China's diplomacy is “wolf warrior” diplomacy, then what should US diplomacy be called? Perhaps “lion roar” diplomacy.

US talk of Hong Kong a nothingburger: Global Times editorial

Fighting the national security law for Hong Kong is not a universal value and cannot withstand serious scrutiny. Isn't national security the top priority for each and every country?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 21:31:08

BRI deal prompts Washington to threaten loyal ally

As the US tries to block Victoria's BRI deal, what alternatives does the US offer?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 21:18:29

India should eschew Western views of China for border peace

As an ancient civilization, India is wise enough to avoid understanding China through biased US lens. It is in the interests of India to understand the real China and make correct and strategic judgments on this basis.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 21:08:27

Africa may learn from China's political path to revitalize its own development plans

It is high time that leaders of Africa revisited their political constructions, and formulate one that is underpinned by ideologies and development-oriented policies, like the CPC does.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 19:53:40

West legally wrong to object to HK security law

The HKSAR is a legal and sovereign component of China, with its Basic Law constitution (and specified autonomies) that are willed by the NPC, which issues such formal powers as China's central legislative body. Hong Kong has designated autonomy, but it is not something "independent" of China. It is legally and constitutionally part of China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/25 16:41:01

China-US ties have arrived at unexpected low

We must dispel the fears of some people that Chinese society may become more conservative as a result of the growing rivalry between China and the US. While strengthening cohesion, we should create more conditions conducive to increasing the vitality of our society. This is one of the key directions to improve social confidence, and it is especially important to unite the intellectuals.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 23:13:40

Chinese professors dismiss 'wolf diplomacy' theatrics

China's tough diplomacy against provocations is a reasonable response to defend national interests. How can such a diplomacy be regarded as “wolf warrior” diplomacy? If China's diplomacy is “wolf warrior” diplomacy, then what should US diplomacy be called? Perhaps “lion roar” diplomacy.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 22:03:40

US launches Scold War, not Cold War

History shouldn't be written based on US politicians' lies. China has been left with no other options but to fight back. Since April, almost all Chinese media outlets fired a battle against the US government, especially against Pompeo, the true culprit of the decline of China-US ties. The scold war, a contest of truth and historical morality, is raging on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 21:53:40

Western elite view of China's governance wrong

Fukuyama's view represents the way many US and Western elites view China. On the one hand, they are concerned about the success of China's model and they always tend to have a critical attitude toward the Chinese system. On the other, they aim at changing the Chinese system and turning China into a so-called liberal and democratic country in the Western sense. When they find they cannot change China and China is developing rapidly with its own model, they fall into a collective anxiety and thus regard China as an ideological enemy.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 21:43:41

'Wolf warrior' diplomacy a US trait: Global Times editorial

In terms of “wolf warrior”, the US has peaked in its diplomacy. Just look at how many countries are being sanctioned by the US, in how many places is the US stationing its troops and how many countries' internal affairs are being interfered with by the US?
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 21:38:41

A pragmatic work plan for China and beyond

China no longer needs to remain fixated on chasing short-term quantitative targets at all costs. Lo and behold, within half a decade, such a "new normal" growth has, among others, prompted China to engage in more research and development. It now leads the world in 5G information technology, electronic commerce and artificial intelligence, which are all essential elements in the explosive growth of the not so distant future.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/24 18:24:47

National security law to solve long-term woes in HK

The central government's push to introduce new national security laws in Hong Kong shows its strong determination to solve the long-term woes in the special administrative region. The legislation shows that the central government has shouldered the responsibility to maintain Hong Kong's order and safeguard China's national security after the months-long violent protests almost put the city at the edge of a cliff.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/23 19:43:49

China needs flexible approach as relations with US come to a crossroads

As China-US tensions heighten alongside the coronavirus pandemic, a report to US Congress released by the White House on Wednesday lays out the Trump administration's approach for China. The report, titled "United States Strategic Approach to The People's Republic of China", claims that previous hopes for a "fundamental economic and political opening" in China have failed and calls for the continuation of a whole-of-government approach toward China. How to interpret US strategic intentions behind the report? How should China cope with competitive or even hostile relations with the US? The Global Times talked with two experts to gain their opinions.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/23 21:25:34