China, Central Asia paint new picture of future for intl relations: Global Times editorial

Following the four principles that hold the key to the success of our cooperation, namely mutual respect, good neighborly friendship, solidarity in trying times, and mutual benefit, China and Central Asian countries will jointly create a brighter future.

The US has restricted Huawei's products in the name of national security to protect its own related manufacturers, but this kind of protection only maintains the backward production capacity in the US. In this case, such protection actually blocks US' ...

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For the US, the Asia-Pacific region becoming a “powder keg” is the ultimate means of victory. The ruling elite in the US seems to be trapped in an extreme fear of China. For the US, as long as it can defeat China and emerge as the ultimate “winner,” it is willing to risk the destruction of the whole of Asia through war.

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  • The choice jointly made by SCO is crucial to the world: Global Times editorial

    The "Shanghai Spirit" of mutual trust, mutual benefit, equality, consultation, respect for diverse civilizations, and pursuit of common development has become the fundamental principle for the continuous growth and strengthening of the SCO. It also serves as a banner for promoting the construction of a new type of international relations.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/5 0:56:51
  • The WSJ once again throws 'dirty bomb' at China and Cuba: Global Times editorial

    China's cooperation with Cuba is done aboveboard, and does not target any third party. The real need for introspection lies with the US itself, and what needs to be corrected is Washington's Cold War mentality.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/4 1:00:02
  • Europe should see through US 'game of thrones' in Ukraine crisis

    The root cause of the Russia-Ukraine conflict lies in the US. Washington does not want the conflict to stop because turmoil can give the country the opportunity to sustain its hegemony. The US treats the Ukraine crisis as a “game of thrones” and then shifts the blame to China.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/3 20:55:38
  • Western perspective on Chinese economy riddled with fantasies, disinformation

    The Chinese conception of socialism in the new era is patient, enduring, pragmatic and effective; understanding the long term without fearing contradictions. Why wouldn't Western progressives want to learn from this Chinese experience?

    By Global Times | 2024/7/3 19:08:23
  • How can they not appreciate the beauty of China?

    If Western politicians and commentators are unwilling or unable to appreciate the truth, goodness and beauty of the East, how can they understand the politics of Eastern civilization?

    By Ding Gang | 2024/7/3 18:55:54
  • SCO a catalyst for inclusive, effective cooperation

    The SCO principles, such as consensus-based decision-making, non-alignment and mutually beneficial cooperation, provide the organization with a number of advantages, which are also its strengths in the current era of global turbulence.

    By Sheradil Baktygulov | 2024/7/3 18:46:29
  • US playing negative role in counter-globalization: expert

    The US is playing a negative role in political counter-globalization, Yan Xuetong, dean of the Institute of International Relations at Tsinghua University and secretary-general of the World Peace Forum, said on Tuesday.

    By Wang Zixuan and Su Yaxuan | 2024/7/3 0:41:08
  • Western media absurd for political interpretation of Chinese companies' 'dominance' at UEFA Euro: Global Times editorial

    Sports exchange, as a borderless activity, should not be restricted by geopolitics and ideology.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/2 23:40:27
  • US' restrictive policies

    The US restrictions on specific AI investments in China are detrimental to the healthy development of AI technology and will cause division in global governance.

    By Tang Tengfei | 2024/7/2 22:43:18
  • Philippines' attempt to repeat old tricks at Xianbin Jiao is nothing but a pipe dream

    China has an unwavering determination and sufficient means to defend its territorial sovereignty, and if the Philippines insists on staging a game of self-inflicted humiliation in the South China Sea, it is overestimating itself. The Philippines will gain nothing from provocation.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/2 21:24:43
  • Long journey back home

    Long journey back home.

    By Vitaly Podvitski | 2024/7/2 19:47:30
  • Young Americans are fed up with the idea of military service, question US foreign policy

    If young American adults maintain the belief that America's foreign policy is off track and still committed to hegemony, then they will see no reason to support military adventures here, there and everywhere.

    By Anthony Moretti | 2024/7/2 19:41:01
  • Vast potential for SCO to seek new opportunities

    The crisis in Ukraine, the Israel-Palestine conflict, and the aggravation of the threat of international terrorism, have put on the agenda of the SCO the need to move to a new stage of its development. Today the SCO is going through a serious stage of transformation, responding to changes in the global situation.

    By Adil Kaukenov | 2024/7/2 19:09:01
  • China-Solomon Islands ties poised to set example for South-South cooperation

    In defiance of the external disruptions and interference, the China-Solomon partnership will continue to grow and benefit the island country to develop into a country where its people experience joy, peace, progress and prosperity.

    By Chen Hong | 2024/7/2 18:31:20
  • China has its own pace in protecting rare-earth resources: Global Times editorial

    Only by achieving healthy and sustainable development of the rare-earth industry can China better safeguard the security and stability of the global industrial chain. The international community should understand and welcome this outcome.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/2 0:21:37
  • Self-sabotage

    NASA has resorted to its "sour grapes" rhetoric upon seeing China's successful retrieval of fresh lunar soils from the far side of the moon, by claiming that China did not directly invite its scientists to participate in the lunar soil research. 

    By Chen Xia | 2024/7/1 22:39:30
  • Short-lived Gaza pier, fragile US humanitarian commitment

    The US is embarking on a path farther and farther away from taking the humanitarian crises in Gaza seriously. In that case, the humanitarian aid pier in Gaza perhaps will really never make a comeback.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/1 20:08:06
  • 'Golden rule' of SCO diplomacy is to make all decisions based on consensus: former SCO chief

    One of the first decisions at the upcoming #SCO summit in Astana will be its decision to admit #Belarus as its tenth full member. And discussions are currently ongoing on the draft of the SCO Development Strategy for the next 10 years. The “golden rule” of SCO diplomacy is to make all decisions based on consensus.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/1 18:18:33
  • Gerontocracy dilemma highlights the decline of US hegemony

    The contest between Biden and Trump is not just a battle between two elderly individuals, but it also represents the political dilemma facing the US. The US is in desperate need of a significant political change, and requires more young and promising political figures to emerge and lead the country out of its predicament.

    By Shen Yi | 2024/7/1 17:40:21
  • People will be isolated in future without AI knowledge: Taiwan musician

    If you don't learn how to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools or how to communicate with them, you'll be the first person stripped away from the future world, a musician said during a recent interview.

    By Wu Jie | 2024/7/1 6:38:05
  • Addressing climate issues requires developed countries to broaden mind: Global Times editorial

    Only through global cooperation can we make substantial progress in addressing climate change, which especially requires developed countries to broaden their mind and take pragmatic actions.

    By Global Times | 2024/7/1 0:23:37
  • US, Japan's move to establish Asia-Pacific version of NATO disrupts peace and stability

    Regardless of how the US and its allies try to disguise their military activities in the Asia-Pacific region, they cannot hide their intentions to disrupt the current peace and stability in the region in order to profit from it.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/30 20:11:09
  • Harsh reality

    Extreme weather events have been occurring with increasing frequency worldwide, exceeding the control of any single nation.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/30 20:04:55
  • Blunt knife slicing away at climate change amid new cold war

    The US prioritizing strategic competition with China has led to its commitments on global issues like climate change and cooperation with developing countries, including China, being viewed as secondary objectives or merely serving the "we win, they lose" strategic competition.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/6/30 19:27:04
  • Turbulent world needs more political wisdom from the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence

    Today, more than ever, the world needs to promote the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and work together toward building a community with a shared future for mankind.

    By Qian Feng | 2024/6/30 18:47:41
  • Visa-free stays offer opportunity to experience real China, debunk Western misinformation

    China wants more people to come and see the country for themselves and see that people-to-people exchanges are great. China will entice, enthrall and capture the hearts of all.

    By Jerry Grey | 2024/6/30 18:19:04
  • High tariffs won't fix US' structural disorders

    Instead of trying to shift problems from a sick head to a healthy one, the US leaders should meticulously conceptualize and consistently implement a long-term re-industrialization strategy that could once again unite the divided nation around common goals and aspirations.

    By Andrey Kortunov | 2024/6/30 17:48:43
  • US election is nothing more than entertainment

    After Joe Biden and Donald Trump faced each other again on Thursday night local time, the Democratic Party went into panic, and Biden's credibility began to waver.

    By Hu Xijin | 2024/6/29 12:06:14
  • Spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence remains fully relevant

    In today's world, the spirit of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is not obsolete, but remains fully relevant. The meaning of the Five Principles is not watered down, but becomes deeper; it is not weakened, but strengthened over time.

    By Giancarlo Elia Valori | 2024/6/29 10:38:29
  • US, friend or foe?

    If history is any guide, it shows that it is time for countries to give up the illusion that they can count on the US to protect their interests. When countries finally realize that the US simply sees them as a tool and another course on the menu, it will be too late and the consequences too great.

    By Yi Fan | 2024/6/29 9:09:08
  • Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are anchor for world peace and prosperity: Global Times editorial

    China initiated the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and is an active practitioner.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/29 0:30:39
  • Religious Freedom Report exposes hegemonic logic of US human rights

    The international community is well aware of the hegemonic logic behind the US' human rights narrative. Although the US has repeatedly played the cards of religion and human rights, as the logic of the US' human rights hegemony further unfolds, it will only pull itself down step by step from the altar of "human rights."

    By Meng Qingtao | 2024/6/28 19:10:49
  • US anti-China hysteria now targets Chinese drones

    US anti-China hysteria now targets Chinese drones.

    By Carlos Latuff | 2024/6/28 18:38:16
  • Value orientation of Chinese society toward the Suzhou attack is very clear: Global Times editorial

    On June 24, a knife attack occurred in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, where a Japanese mother and her son were injured. According to the latest news, Hu Youping, a Chinese national who was also seriously injured while bravely trying to stop the attacker, passed away due to her severe injuries on Wednesday. Local authorities in Suzhou have submitted a request to the city government to award Hu the title of "Suzhou City Bravery Model." We are moved by her courage, saddened by her passing, and hope for the speedy recovery of all the victims in the case. The criminal suspect will face a fair legal judgment, which is certain.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/28 10:45:01
  • The popularity of 'city bu city' is not accidental: Global Times editorial

    The contemporary world calls for a new international order that is more equal, orderly, diverse, and varied, breaking down various ideological barriers. The diverse cultural experiences represented by contemporary Chinese lifestyles will promote friendly exchanges among people of all countries and further advance the international society toward greater diversity.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/28 0:32:06
  • RIMPAC, a 'muscle show' exposing US' true face as a 'paper tiger'

    The current RIMPAC exercise is more like an elaborately designed maritime show. If the US thinks that staging a "weapons display" would muddy the waters of the Pacific and disturb China's pace of development, it would undoubtedly have made a miscalculation.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/27 21:23:26
  • Closer co-op between India and China can result in mutual benefits

    It is expected that India under Modi's third term will not be soft and accommodating on China. If China engages with India skillfully, things will improve: Indian scholar

    By Global Times | 2024/6/27 21:02:00
  • Cashing in

    NASA provided the password "China" to the US Congress.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/27 19:26:41
  • Arduous legal battle against NATO for use of depleted uranium ammunition

    Instead of the supposed keeper of peace in the world, NATO became the striking fist of the US, and the best example of this is the illegal aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) in 1999.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/27 19:14:59
  • Exclusive: China, Indonesia building robust ties in trade, investment, tourism, official says

    The trade volume between China and Indonesia has risen strongly and now exceeds $100 billion a year. China has been Indonesia's largest trading partner for 11 consecutive years and has ranked among Indonesia's top three sources of foreign investment for eight consecutive years. Additionally, the prospects for cooperation between the two countries in emerging industries, including new-energy vehicles, are promising. In terms of cultural exchanges, Indonesia has become one of the preferred destinations for an increasing number of Chinese tourists. During the three-day Summer Davos forum held in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning Province, Global Times (GT) reporter Yin Yeping interviewed Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno (Uno), minister of tourism and creative economy of Indonesia, who shared insights into how China and Indonesia can strengthen their ties. He also expressed his stance on growing protectionism, advocating for cooperation and free trade.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/27 2:55:06
  • US can't shirk blame for hindering people-to-people exchanges with China: Global Times editorial

    Politicizing study abroad programs and research collaborations has a huge detrimental impact on people-to-people exchanges between China and the US. How the image of the US is perceived by the Chinese and people around the world fundamentally depends on the US' actions. Hindering and disrupting people-to-people exchanges will harm US reputation internationally.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/27 0:18:44
  • This is the 'freedom' the US advocates: People who tell the truth have to plead guilty

    In order to cover up its crimes, laws can become tools of the US government. The chilling effect it hopes to achieve on "whistleblowers" not only brings personal harm to Julian Assange but also deepens the world's profound doubts about the values that the US boasts.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/26 20:22:45
  • Schrodinger's China

    The US takes turns promoting the "China collapse" theory and the "China threat" theory.

    By Vitaly Podvitski | 2024/6/26 19:31:18
  • Protectionist measures are imposed by West to maintain bygone privileges

    The West's protectionism ultimate objective is geopolitics, which has always been bad economics.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/26 19:14:14
  • Painful experience, rational contemplation lead Europe to reflect on 'blindly following the US'

    The EU may face the influence of the "America First" policy again due to the upcoming US election. However, it has realized that only by strengthening its own strength and resolutely safeguarding its own interests can it get out of the vicious cycle of being a cat's paw for the US.

    By Dong Yifan | 2024/6/26 18:55:06
  • China can export education, offer new choice

    The "export" of Chinese education is not about "competing" with Western international schools, it is about providing children in more countries with a new path to change through education, offering new learning methods and a spirit of diligent study.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/6/26 18:47:46
  • Summer Davos sees 'unprecedented scale,' reflecting vitality, resonance: Global Times editorial

    What people feel here is vitality, optimism, and resonance, which is exactly the real impression that the "unprecedented scale" of the Summer Davos brings to the world.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/26 0:24:41
  • Knife attack suspect in Suzhou should be condemned; majority of Chinese people favor friendly China-Japan relations

    While there may be some "anti-Japanese sentiment" on the internet, this does not mean that our society supports taking extreme actions against Japanese people in China. The vast majority of Chinese people not only firmly support upholding the rule of law but also hope for peaceful and friendly relations between China and Japan, strengthening various exchanges and cooperation, and generally welcoming Japanese nationals working, traveling, and living in China. This mainstream attitude is unshakable.

    By Hu Xijin | 2024/6/25 23:52:35
  • Not allowing Chinese to study sciences? Campbell reveals US racism, petty minds

    Not allowing Chinese to study sciences in the US? This reflects US petty minds and lack of confidence. Campbell's remarks will only weaken the US' attractiveness to Chinese students.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/25 22:23:06
  • Packed with chaos

    Another election is coming, and the American people are full of complaints.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/25 20:55:22
  • Certain kinds of inequality threaten democracy, America: Nobel laureate

    What has worried me most in recent years is the widening democratic gulf between those who do and those who do not have a four-year college degree. There are also widening health gaps between the same two groups, including in life expectancy.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/25 18:39:51
  • Internal division of Quad highlights fragile nature of US mini cliques system

    If a country feels that its national interests are being compromised by US policies, it is likely to push back against such actions. With countering China as their objective, small cliques created by the US are fragile.

    By Wang Wenwen | 2024/6/25 18:23:54
  • EU's choice: curbing climate change or China?

    It poses a simple question for the US and the EU, what matters to them most, countering the threat of climate change, as the US and EU have said many times, or containing China?

    By Martin Jacques | 2024/6/25 15:54:45
  • Business groups advocate for expanding China-Poland trade across various sectors

    As bilateral cooperation between China and Poland gains momentum at the governmental level, there has been a resounding call from the business communities in both nations to escalate and enrich two-way collaboration. This sentiment is particularly pronounced amid Polish President Andrzej Duda's state visit to China, further underscoring the growing eagerness for an enhanced partnership between the two countries.

    By Ma Tong | 2024/6/25 1:13:45
  • What is Glaser deliberately evading by pretending to be the victim?: Global Times editorial

    Nevertheless, we must remind here that even if they avoid answering the questions and comments of Chinese scholars and dare not face the "grey policy supply chain" exposed by the Chinese media, this cannot conceal the fact that Glaser and her likes have long been whitewashing the "Taiwan independence" advocacy, providing academic support, policy recommendations, and public opinion for the continuous hollowing out of the "one-China policy" by the US.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/24 23:31:20
  • Why does US refuse to admit forcing Japan, the Netherlands to 'decouple'?: Global Times editorial

    The US' actions of coercing other countries to impose semiconductor controls on China are seriously hindering the global semiconductor industry development, impeding technological progress, and will ultimately become a "boomerang" threatening the future of American technology.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/24 20:49:19
  • Total confusion

    While shouting for green transition on one hand, imposing additional tariffs on cars on the other hand, the European Union should not be greedy for temporary benefits and delay green cooperation between China and Europe.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/24 20:41:48
  • Waning influence, hidden benefit explain why US is trapped in endless wars

    The US is not rethinking its war for civilization approach or its deep reliance on forever wars. If anything, it is embracing them: US scholar

    By Global Times | 2024/6/24 15:25:31
  • How far is it from Kiev to Brussels?

    If the interest calculation leading Ukraine's post-war reconstruction cannot meet the EU's expectations, or potentially become a bottomless pit dragging down the EU economy, the EU's political enthusiasm for admitting Ukraine into the EU will likely diminish significantly.

    By Cui Hongjian | 2024/6/24 15:18:06
  • Hope Habeck will bring back his understanding of China to Europe: Global Times editorial

    Cooperation has always been the main theme of bilateral relations. Protectionism is not the solution, cooperation and free market competition are what both sides need.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/24 0:28:15
  • Enhancing consumer power helps strengthen China's initiative in global economic governance

    Pork is a microcosm of China's continuously rising consumer power since its reform and opening up. In an era where consumption is paramount, greater import capacity means greater bargaining power in international trade, which is especially important for China as a manufacturing power.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/23 20:35:34
  • Wolf in sheep's clothing

    The US has never been a friend of the Ukrainians or the Filipinos. We do not like you. If we liked you, we would not treat you this way. We are using you, you are just a tool. When this tool is no longer useful, we will abandon you, usually after a war that leaves you devastated.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/23 19:48:34
  • US profits from confrontations it provokes in Ukraine, South China Sea: Mahathir

    The US seems to like provoking confrontation between nations to the point of causing them to go to war against each other, as happened between Ukraine and Russia. I don't think the Philippines wants to go and fight China. If it does, what happened to Ukraine will happen to the Philippines.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/23 18:33:38
  • Justice and diplomacy join forces to defend national unity

    On Friday, China's justice and diplomatic government bodies simultaneously released a strong signal to uphold national unity. The Supreme People's Court, the Supreme People's Procuratorate, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of State Security, and the Ministry of Justice jointly issued guidelines on imposing criminal punishments on diehard "Taiwan independence" separatists for conducting or inciting secession.

    By Bei Pingfeng | 2024/6/22 21:31:18
  • See the real China beyond Westernized misconceptions

    China still amazes us each time we visit! Starting from 1987, studying Chinese at Beijing University, I thought I'd seen enough phenomenal changes. I later worked as an English-language expert in Beijing, last in 2009 at Foreign Language Press. The surprises do not cease. Growing up since age two in Toronto, Canada, then living in Beijing, and in Sri Lanka with my husband, I had grown more familiar with places other than my ancestral home in Kaiping, Guangdong Province. I was truly overcome by the breathtaking changes when I visited family villages this year.

    By May Yee | 2024/6/22 16:08:44
  • New Delhi should do correct math on direct flights between China, India: Global Times editorial

    The reason why India does this is related to its current complicated mindset toward China.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/22 0:19:10
  • Punishing 'Taiwan independence' diehards: Sword of rule of law defends national unity

    This is a milestone in the development of China's rule of law, a severe crackdown on criminal acts that split the country and incite separatism, and a powerful safeguard of peace and stability across the Taiwan Straits.

    By Bei Pingfeng | 2024/6/21 22:51:54
  • Glaser exposes US' 'grey policy supply chain'

    In recent years, the US has colluded with the "Taiwan independence" forces and has intensively developed a set of new rhetoric that distorts the one-China principle.

    By Hu Jinyang | 2024/6/21 21:52:15
  • Washington cannot stop the continued advancement of Russia-Vietnam cooperation

    Strengthening and developing relations with Russia is a natural step in Vietnam's pursuit of multilateral and diversified diplomacy, and it is a sovereign right of Vietnam that should not be interfered with by the US or any other country.

    By Yang Danzhi | 2024/6/21 19:58:46
  • If the EU wields the trade stick, how could China take the hit?: Global Times editorial

    China-EU relations should be correctly positioned as partners, the mainstream theme should be cooperation and the prospects for development should be win-win.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/20 23:48:18
  • Playing 'Dalai card' is a lousy move by US politicians

    After encountering obstacles in issues related to Taiwan and the South China Sea, the US now takes out the "Xizang card" again at its wit's end.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/20 20:38:37
  • Global South is looking up to China and India: We cannot afford to confront

    In the coming five years, the border issue will not become a bigger disturbance between China and India. The real issue is that India and China still do not fully understand each other, and this requires much more engagement.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/20 19:00:59
  • Loyal mouthpiece

    The current Philippine administration is a loyal mouthpiece of the US.

    By Carlos Latuff | 2024/6/20 14:54:07
  • Why does 'To the Wonder' overwhelm Western media?: Global Times editorial

    The popularity of To the Wonder might be just a coincidence, but the truth about Xinjiang's development will increasingly become known to the world.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/20 0:08:00
  • Espionage and restricting exports show the US has no bottom line in its China policy

    The US' malicious intention of curbing China's development of advanced technology will hinder US companies' overseas market expansion, squeeze their profit, and impede their innovation capabilities. Meanwhile, US allies who are forced into a corner have no choice but to watch their once-promising development momentum turn to dust.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/19 21:14:04
  • 'China economic collapse' theory is wishful thinking of anxious competitors: German politician

    The diligence of the Chinese and the high number of university graduates in the field of engineering clearly show that the People's Republic of China has a bright future.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/19 19:02:33
  • Britain's 'China threat' theory methods are stuck in the Victorian era

    It's important to recognize that some in the UK are amplifying the "China threat" theory for their own political gain. However, their methods are outdated and out of touch.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/6/19 18:39:58
  • Insatiable thirst for war

    Insatiable thirst for war.

    By Vitaly Podvitski | 2024/6/19 13:57:40
  • Outgoing Stoltenberg is still laying mines for the world: Global Times editorial

    If Stoltenberg leaves any legacy during his term, it is conflict and war. People should be particularly wary of Stoltenberg's promotion of the "threat narrative." History has repeatedly shown that such rhetoric always runs counter to peace, development, and prosperity. The louder NATO's voice becomes, the more vigilant peace-loving people should remain.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/19 0:13:54
  • Why did latest US statement remove the reference to the illegally grounded warship at Ren'ai Jiao as the Philippines' 'longstanding outpost'?

    On March 5, 2024, after the US State Department issued a statement regarding China's Ren'ai Jiao (also known as Ren'ai Reef) in the South China Sea, I pointed out that the sudden addition in the previous statements, which recognized the Philippines' illegally "grounded" warship at Ren'ai Jiao as a "longstanding outpost," is a significant symbol showing that the US is supporting the militarization of the South China Sea and undermining the current peaceful situation in the region, as disclosed by an investigative piece by the Global Times.

    By Yang Xiao | 2024/6/18 23:59:40
  • US' support for the Philippines is just psychological comfort

    In the South China Sea issue, the US plays the role of playwright, director, and absolute protagonist, while the Philippines only plays a subordinate role, lacking real discourse power, initiative, and dignity. The biggest tragedy for a pawn is to think that it can control the situation.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/18 21:15:40
  • The Pied Piper

    The US is playing its crooked tune again.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/18 19:57:24
  • Spy paranoia has gone to Britain's head – now it is afraid of cap badges

    Perhaps any diplomat or politician in London shaking hands with their Chinese counterparts would like to sanitize their hand afterward, for fear of being contaminated with something like a Chinese spy virus. And, of course, they'd have to make sure the sanitizer wasn't made in China.

    By Mark Blacklock | 2024/6/18 17:05:10
  • Despite challenges, positive development indicates progress in China-Australia ties

    A deeper relationship should develop between China and Australia, but that will take time since trust needs to be reestablished not only at diplomatic and business levels, but also in the Australian mass media.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/18 16:40:00
  • What do the 'back on track' China-Australia ties reveal?: Global Times editorial

    If we can look at each other with the right perspective and rational attitude, the development of China and Australia is definitely an opportunity rather than a challenge for each other, and the relationship between the two countries can develop to a higher level.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/18 0:38:45
  • What is the Philippines nervous about after China's new maritime regulations: Global Times editorial

    China has never interfered with any country's normal actions in the South China Sea. But if any action intends to infringe on China's sovereignty and rights and jeopardize the peace and stability of the region, then China, of course, will resolutely control and curb it. The way out for Manila is to return to the right path of consultation and dialogue to resolve differences, rather than to go back and forth with evil ideas.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/17 23:16:36
  • Repeated Western narratives of China's nuclear 'threat' are what lead to a dangerous world

    China is a nuclear power that formally maintains a no-first-use policy. Its nuclear policy is fundamentally different from that of the US and NATO.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/17 22:12:25
  • Manipulated provocateur

    The US attempts to ignite conflicts in the South China Sea.

    By Vitaly Podvitski | 2024/6/17 20:47:22
  • Double-dealing

    To cease fire or to fire, that's never a question for the US.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/17 20:28:37
  • Young Americans, come experience the true and diverse China

    People-to-people exchanges between China and the US have a long history. Every important moment in China-US relations cannot be separated from the mutual efforts of the two peoples.

    By Qian Jiayin | 2024/6/17 16:41:10
  • Dark side of fandom: Extreme fan culture threatens Chinese sports

    As China's sports industry continues to thrive, an increasing number of sports and athletes are gaining significant attention and admiration. However, a troubling phenomenon has emerged: fan culture, a subculture originating from the entertainment industry and driven by idol economics, has begun to invade the sports domain, leading to irrational and disruptive behavior.

    By Lu Wenao | 2024/6/17 3:14:13
  • US expands military footprint in Middle East to control energy markets, boost arms sales: ex-Israeli peace negotiator

    The UN Security Council adopted a resolution aimed at reaching a comprehensive ceasefire deal in three phases to end the war in Gaza on Monday. According to the resolution, phase one includes an “immediate, full and complete ceasefire with the release of hostages including women, the elderly and the wounded, the return of the remains of some hostages who have been killed, and the exchange of Palestinian prisoners.” The resolution urged both parties to fully implement the terms of the proposal “without delay and without condition.” How will the resolution impact on the current Palestine-Israel conflict? Is the “comprehensive arrangement” sought by the US feasible? Global Times reporters Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi (GT) talked to ex-Israeli peace negotiator Daniel Levy (Levy), the president of the US/Middle East Project, on these pressing matters.

    By Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi | 2024/6/17 2:57:41
  • Why will Ukraine Peace Summit 'achieve little'?: Global Times editorial

    Without a common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security concept, it is completely foreseeable that relevant peace summit will achieve "little results."

    By Global Times | 2024/6/17 1:02:02
  • Pentagon's secret anti-vax campaign against China reveals Manila is seen as nothing more than consumable

    The smear campaign against China fully exposes the US' positioning toward the Philippines, not only as a "pawn" but also as a "consumable."

    By Global Times | 2024/6/16 21:27:33
  • Supreme Court ruling on bump stocks to exacerbate divisions in US society

    The decisions by the US Supreme Court, by a margin of six to three, indicate that a majority of justices prioritize procedural justice and checks and balances on rights over substantive justice and humanism.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/16 21:22:20
  • Trouble abound

    Can the G7 still steer the world toward good governance?

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/16 20:32:52
  • EU sets up protectionist barriers against Chinese EVs

    EU sets up protectionist barriers against Chinese EVs.

    By Carlos Latuff | 2024/6/16 19:41:40
  • The solution to Russia-Ukraine conflict is inclusive talks, not exclusive and unfair ones

    It's obvious that only inclusive and fair talks can lead to Russia-Ukraine peace, not exclusive and unfair ones or so-called military solutions.

    By Andrew Korybko | 2024/6/16 18:18:26
  • New Zealand prides itself on independent diplomacy, continues to extend hand of friendship to China

    Chinese Premiere Li Qiang paid a visit to New Zealand from June 13-15. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to New Zealand and the establishment of a comprehensive strategic partnership between China and New Zealand. What experience can other developed countries draw from China-New Zealand cooperation? Chris Lipscombe (Lipscombe) , president of the New Zealand China Friendship Society shared his views with Global Times (GT) reporter Wang Zixuan, stressing that China is not a threat and New Zealand will continue to extend the hand of friendship to China.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/15 17:39:23
  • The triple significance of the successful holding of Straits Forum: Global Times editorial

    The 16th Straits Forum opened in the coastal city of Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province on Friday. This forum received enthusiastic responses from a large number of Taiwan compatriots, with representatives from political parties, organizers, industry representatives, community leaders, as well as guests from various sectors such as youth, education, culture, health, agriculture, fisheries, water conservancy, and folk beliefs, bringing the number of those in attendance to about 7,000 people, representing a significant cross-section of society.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/15 1:34:34
  • European Commission's investigation into Chinese EVs requires an explanation: Global Times editorial

    There is less than a month before the decision is actually implemented. There have been successful cases of consultations between China and Europe to resolve disputes in the past, and there is still a possibility of reaching a solution through negotiations, as was the case in 2013 with the solar trade dispute. The key is the EU's attitude. How to abandon unilateralism, return to WTO rules, and work with China to make the cake bigger and strive for a win-win situation, this is something that the EU needs to consider seriously.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/15 1:11:41
  • A European understanding of China?

    The mechanisms which contribute to form a hypothetical public opinion in Europe are multiple and complex, influenced and often determined by the wide diversity of social and cultural approaches, and often also by the multilingualism that distinguishes the different Countries, sometimes even operating within some of them.

    By Michele Genovese | 2024/6/14 21:30:30
  • China has entered a new age, one which its people have long deserved and been longing for

    Almost 75 years ago, "The Chinese people have stood up!" - Mao Zedong purportedly proclaimed on October 1, 1949, in Beijing, as he announced the establishment of the People's Republic of China. Following a horrific civil war, the violent trauma of Japanese aggression and a century of humiliation from Western powers, the people of China looked forward to a new beginning. Their country was impoverished, a peasant nation where the average annual earnings constituted a mere 49.7 yuan ($6.85), and the average life expectancy was just 35 years old in 1949.

    By James Smith | 2024/6/14 20:06:17
  • Australian policymakers could take a more independent foreign policy stance

    Despite starting from a low base, the relationship between China and Australia has improved significantly, said Mark Beeson (Beeson), an adjunct professor at the Australia-China Relations Institute, University of Technology Sydney, in an interview with Global Times (GT) reporters Xia Wenxin and Xing Xiaojing. Beeson also pointed out the great impact China-US relations has on the relationship between Beijing and Canberra, urging the Australian government to take a more independent approach in terms of foreign policy.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/14 18:40:41
  • The G7 now leaves the world with only disappointment: Global Times editorial

    While international multilateral platforms led by emerging countries are thriving, the G7's small circle is becoming increasingly closed off, with a narrowing path.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/14 0:23:41
  • Covering up

    How did Japan "whitewash" its war crimes after World War II?

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/14 0:09:33
  • US-led geopolitical confrontation will only exacerbate both domestic and international crises

    Many of the world's most pressing issues remain unresolved, yet some countries are still engaging in geopolitical confrontation with China and Russia in the G7 meetings, highlighting the G7's role in serving US geopolitical confrontation.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/13 23:29:24
  • Deciphering China's production capacity with 'one-yuan' lighters

    With global sales of 20 billion lighters per year, about 70 percent originate from a county-level city in the middle of China. How did this city achieve this?

    By Ren Ping | 2024/6/13 23:15:09
  • Why has the US' ability to control declined significantly?

    The world situation today is full of uncertainties. One of the fundamental reasons for this is that the US, as the world's "hegemonic" country, is declining in terms of its ability to control internal and external situations. A clear example is the Joe Biden administration's repeated lobbying and warnings having failed to get Israel to stop its military offensives in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.

    By Huang Jing | 2024/6/13 22:05:09
  • Chinese new energy production capability responds to existing and future projected demand: Pakistani economist

    The world needs both China and the US to work together and collaborate, rather than get into confrontations.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/13 22:02:21
  • This time, EU waves the white flag to protectionism: Global Times editorial

    China's attitude toward problem-solving is sincere, and at the same time, we will closely monitor the subsequent developments on the European side and take all necessary measures to firmly defend the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/13 0:37:35
  • Criticism of China-Hungary cooperation highlights America's inner ideological demon

    US ambassador to Hungary David Pressman on Tuesday slammed the Hungarian government's close political and business ties with China, claiming such relations often come with "strings attached, and the interest is often paid in sovereignty." Noticeably, Pressman's criticism came a month after China-Hungary relations were in May upgraded to an all-weather comprehensive strategic partnership for the new era.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/12 23:37:59
  • Graham 'accidentally' exposes the true nature of American diplomacy: Global Times editorial

    Recently, senior American politician and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham unabashedly stated in a media interview that Ukraine holds business value for the US. He claimed that there are "10 to 12 trillion dollars of critical minerals" in Ukraine, and the primary reason for supporting Ukraine is to seize these critical minerals by defeating Russia on the battlefield. Furthermore, he advocated for seizing and using frozen Russian assets in Europe and the US. These remarks reveal the true intentions behind the current American political elites' policy toward the Ukraine crisis. As foreign netizens bluntly stated on social media, "Now you know why the West won't allow peace talks."

    By Global Times | 2024/6/12 23:21:34
  • Bringing chaos

    The US has dragged the South China Sea region into a vortex of arms race.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/12 21:54:03
  • China's huge investment in new industries ensures continuing economic advantage

    The pattern of world economic development since the beginning of 2024 is clear. International organizations have been consistently revising upward estimates of China's 2024 GDP growth to match the Chinese government's forecast of around 5 percent, with the IMF and Goldman Sachs being the latest to do so. Simultaneously, the US economy has drastically decelerated, while the Eurozone is growing at a stagnant rate.

    By John Ross | 2024/6/12 20:00:53
  • Europe's challenge: How to maintain a gentleman's elegance

    In the European Parliament elections that concluded on Sunday, far-right parties in major countries such as France, Germany and Italy performed strongly and gained significant seats.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/6/12 19:48:31
  • China's remarkable achievements over the last 75 years belong to the world

    In 1949, China was one of the world's poorest countries. But as the country marks 75 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China this year, the Eastern nation has already become the world's second-largest economy.

    By Joyce Chimbi | 2024/6/12 19:38:52
  • Hopefully US will follow through on its pledge over Gaza cease-fire: Global Times editorial

    The UN Security Council resolutions are binding, and this time, the US has firmly pledged to "help ensure that Israel lives up to its obligations." This is not a promise to any single country, but a commitment to the world, which is clear and unequivocal. We hope the US will honor its word and make a genuine effort in promoting the implementation of the resolution.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/11 23:53:02
  • China realizes unprecedented development by prioritizing its people

    Discussing China's achievements over the 75 years since the founding of the People's Republic could be the subject of a very long book and is understood in different ways by different generations of people. I've always believed the best way to know how people in China think, is to ask them.

    By Jerry Grey | 2024/6/11 22:38:58
  • Structural contradictions bind US-France ties

    US President Joe Biden made his first state visit to France from June 5 to 9. Under the Donald Trump administration, the US and France had various disagreements on issues such as digital and aviation trade, climate change and the Iran nuclear agreement, causing bilateral relations to hit rock bottom. Former French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian once described that the US-France relationship faced a "crisis of trust" after the announcement of AUKUS in 2021 made Paris lose its submarine deal with Canberra.

    By Ji Haonan | 2024/6/11 22:06:39
  • Narrative of 'overcapacity' is a complete failure: former UN under-secretary-general

    The West used to complain that China's production was emitting too much pollution, and now they're complaining that China is making green products. Erik Solheim (Solheim), former under-secretary-general of the United Nations and former executive director of the UN Environment Programme, spoke to Global Times (GT) reporter Li Aixin in an exclusive interview. He pointed out the significance of exploring how the green energy boom can benefit everyone and how Chinese companies can invest in and be welcomed in Europe and North America. If the US government continues to exclude Chinese new energy products, it will obviously slow down the green transformation, Solheim added.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/11 20:54:18
  • Crushed

    Japan government inspects Honda headquarters over vehicle test fraud and mazda

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/11 20:38:40
  • Using 'hellscape' strategy in Taiwan Straits is Washington's wishful thinking

    Adm. Samuel Paparo, the commander of US Indo-Pacific Command, told a columnist of The Washington Post recently that the US has plans to employ thousands of drones if the Chinese mainland launches a military attack on Taiwan.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/11 20:35:07
  • Inclusiveness makes 'greater BRICS cooperation' vibrant: Global Times editorial

    The BRICS Foreign Ministers' Meeting is held in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, from June 10 to 11. Wang Yi, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Minister of Foreign Affairs, was invited to attend.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/11 1:05:17
  • How Glaser misinterprets UNGA Resolution 2758

    Recently, the US has repeatedly distorted United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Resolution 2758, with a clear and complete chain of collaboration among official, academic and media behind it. One key link in this chain is the report "Why UN General Assembly Resolution 2758 Does Not Establish Beijing's 'One China' Principle: A Legal Perspective." Bonnie Glaser, an American scholar on China issues and managing director of the German Marshall Fund's Indo-Pacific Program, is one of the authors.

    By Liu Kuangyu | 2024/6/11 0:21:35
  • US' China strategy shadowed by toxic political atmosphere amid approaching election

    US President Biden recently stated in an interview that he believes the US economy can compete with its leading global rival, China. He expressed that due to an aging crisis and a culture of xenophobia leading to a shrinking workforce, China's economy is "on the brink."

    By Global Times | 2024/6/10 21:19:34
  • Turning right

    The EU elections have ended with a big increase in votes for far-right parties.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/10 21:14:13
  • China makes efforts to bring prosperity to the world alongside domestic growth

    Gaokao, the national college entrance examinations, completely ended on Monday across the country. In Beijing, the essay topic for the English test of this year's gaokao focuses on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. Chinese middle school student Li Hua is asked to offer some suggestions to his foreign friend Jim, who wants to write a piece on this subject. To help enlighten Jim as well as those who are interested in China's development, we invited several foreign experts and observers to share their insights on China's great achievements in various spheres over the past seven and half decades.

    By Anthony Moretti | 2024/6/10 19:26:21
  • Israel's hostage rescue operation 'hardly a sign of success'

    The death toll from an Israeli raid on the Nuseirat refugee camp has risen to 274 Palestinians and injured more than 400, Gaza's health officials said Sunday. On Saturday, the Israeli military launched a raid on the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, rescuing four hostages from two apartment buildings in the camp. Israel's actions have drawn condemnation from multiple parties, with even some US media outlets pointing up the death toll Gaza has suffered as a result of Israel's military operations.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/9 22:40:40
  • Manila's latest statement on accessing China's Ren'ai Jiao absurd, exposing its lack of credibility

    Recently, the Philippines has been taking increasingly provocative actions in the South China Sea, including breaking its own promises. The Philippines' National Security Adviser, Eduardo Ano, said in a statement on Saturday that the Philippines "do not and will never need China's approval for any of our activities therein," referring to access to China's Ren'ai Jiao (also known as Ren'ai Reef). Experts believe that this statement represents a clear provocation and reveals a lack of credibility on the part of the Philippine government, and its series of actions are to serve the purpose of militarizing the South China Sea.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/9 19:06:33
  • Manila smears China to act as a victim in South China Sea

    Just a few days after Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. declared that Manila is "trying all mechanisms" to ensure peace and stability in the South China Sea, another farce has been played by the Philippines in an attempt to provoke China and intensify tensions in this region.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/8 22:16:12
  • China has shown its resolve, sincerity; the ball is in EU's court to avoid bruising trade row

    Latest news reports from Western media suggest that the European Commission has put on hold the announcement of its decision on Chinese electric vehicles (EVs) for a few more days. The main executive body of the EU was reportedly expected to announce potential tariffs on Chinese EVs by Wednesday, but that did not happen despite days of media speculation and build-up. Though the commission is still expected to make public its findings from the probe and potential moves reportedly on June 10, the postponement offers just a few days to reflect on where things stand and the profound implications.

    By Wang Cong | 2024/6/8 17:37:14
  • Australia, China should accelerate economic synergy: says Aussie analyst

    China and Australia do not only need to stabilize the political environment, but also need to develop greater understanding of what are the legitimate interests of both countries in terms of the political environment: Australian expert

    By Global Times | 2024/6/8 14:06:13
  • China and debt-trap diplomacy

    Over the last decade, China has played an increasingly important role in providing loans to countries across the globe - but especially in the Global South, which, in conjunction with its Belt and Road Initiative (B&R.I.), is tied in to infrastructural development. It has however been accused of practising "debt-trap diplomacy".

    By Guyana Times | 2024/6/7 22:35:06
  • VOA's hype on 'China-Australia competition over Solomon Islands' a gimmick in Washington's trouble-provoking playbook

    Several US government mouthpieces have been proactively helping their master is seeking to gain benefit from regional chaos and even conflict. The latest example is how the Voice of America is hyping the so-called China-Australia competition over the Solomon Islands to deliberately stir up trouble after Chinese and Australian high-ranking officials' recent visit to the South Pacific country.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/7 21:55:59
  • West's smears on China-Russia cooperation in Arctic myopic, unwise: Russian minister

    The 27th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) is taking place from June 5 to 8 in St. Petersburg, the second-largest city in Russia, with a particular focus on China-Russia cooperation. During this year's event, reporter Xia Wenxin, representing the Global Times (GT) which is a 2024 SPIEF's media partner, sat down for a conversation with Aleksey Chekunkov (Chekunkov), the Minister of the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic, discussing the future development of Russia's Far East region, China's role in it as well as the West's attacks on the two countries' cooperation in the Arctic.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/7 19:37:10
  • What should be commemorated at the 80th anniversary of Normandy landings?: Global Times editorial

    Indeed, the greatest lesson left by World War II is that global conflict is undesirable; ensuring that war does not return is the true commemorative significance of the Normandy landings.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/7 1:10:31
  • The spirit of gaokao is part of China's competitiveness: Global Times editorial

    The spirit of striving required in gaokao is the engine for improving national competitiveness.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/7 0:12:36
  • Cashing in

    The US on Wednesday approved 2 military sales to Taiwan worth approximately $300 million in total.

    By Chen Xia | 2024/6/6 21:14:04
  • At D-Day, the call should be for peace, not 'three-theater' warfare

    In the current era, US belligerent gene and wish to turn its network of allies into mechanism for maintaining American dominance are becoming a global threat. However, the stark reality is that any escalation to WWIII today would inevitably lead to a nuclear showdown.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/6 20:49:57
  • Can New Delhi bring troubled South Asia cooperation back to life?

    For many, SAARC has long been a failed and brain-dead cause. To a large extent, the redemption of SAARC now depends on the strong desires of the new governments in South Asia. But the most crucial ingredient in rebooting the regional cooperation is in the hands of New Delhi.

    By Huang Yunsong and Niraj Lawoju | 2024/6/6 16:13:09
  • India to interact more with China, US as Modi wins

    How the US balances ideological differences with India and utilizes India as a vanguard against China will, to some extent, determine the direction of India-China relations.

    By Xie Chao | 2024/6/6 16:08:38
  • Other ASEAN members do not find the path undertaken by the Philippines appealing

    ASEAN's inclusivity, the "ASEAN way" of doing things, its propensity to engage with different actors, to look for common areas of cooperation rather than magnify areas of difference, have served the region well.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/6 15:49:46
  • Why are videos of foreign vloggers traveling in China so popular overseas?: Global Times editorial

    China is continuously improving measures to facilitate the entry of foreign nationals. We also welcome more foreign friends to come to China, to create more heartwarming stories of exchanges between China and the world, and to discover more dynamic and mutually beneficial cooperation opportunities.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/6 0:37:48
  • US challenging UNGA Resolution 2758 only leads Taiwan region into danger

    The US has been ignoring China's warnings and continues to provoke China, essentially fueling "Taiwan independence" activities. The US' sinister intentions are leading the Taiwan region into a dangerous situation.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/5 22:43:58
  • The only way US can 'win' in space is to cooperate with China

    We must allow the entirety of humanity to develop economically and technologically. The only way the US can "win" in space is by cooperating with China.

    By Keith Lamb | 2024/6/5 21:58:27
  • China's lunar leap and US' cycle of anxiety

    Just as the name of Chang'e stems from the graceful moon goddess in ancient Chinese mythology, it's not about threats but about humanity's curiosity and yearning for the unknown.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/6/5 21:02:20
  • Smearing China driven by US worrying about loss of market control

    There's a big misconception in the minds of Americans, they've been taught to think about enemies, and they've been taught to think about races and winning all the time.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/5 20:05:23
  • Under threat

    To keep hunting whales, Japan now has a brand new "mothership".

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/5 19:47:23
  • Philippine provocation in South China Sea: A significant move with wartime implications

    The Philippine action of aiming guns at the CCG during this incident is a significant move with clear wartime implications.

    By Yang Xiao | 2024/6/5 16:53:58
  • Chang'e-6 demonstrates 'international style': Global Times editorial

    When "Chang'e" left the image of sharing the beauty of the moon thousands of miles apart to the world, it also gave a vivid demonstration of the concept of building a community with a shared future for mankind in outer space.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/5 0:23:12
  • Can the dragon and the elephant dance together?

    Modi's third term is bound to be filled with challenges. He faces the task of boosting economic figures and the daunting challenge of driving a profound cultural transformation in a society deeply bound by tradition.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/4 20:31:28
  • Giant milestone

    World's first: Chang'e-6 collects samples from far side of the Moon

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/4 19:46:49
  • US cannot avoid reality of world diversity

    Even if the US insists on exclusively leading the establishment of a new world order, the fundamental reality of world diversity can never be avoided.

    By Jin Kai | 2024/6/4 18:55:15
  • EU should figure out the costs of suppressing Chinese companies: Global Times editorial

    Following the US in imposing additional tariffs on Chinese companies will not only cause economic losses to Europe but also seriously harm the existing political mutual trust between China and Europe, thereby losing the broader space for bilateral cooperation and mutual benefit. This is not a profitable account, and Brussels should carefully calculate it.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/4 0:29:54
  • West's slander of court verdict highlights malicious intent to disrupt HK

    Western anti-China forces who still hold hypocritical double standards and the malicious intent of using Hong Kong to contain China will ultimately be swept into the dustbin of history by the increasingly improved national security system of China.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/3 21:35:36
  • Ailing planet

    Global heat warning

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/3 20:31:39
  • Squad another example of Washington rallying allies to undermine peace in Asia-Pacific

    Squad's actions in the areas around China are likely to become more provocative, increasing the risk of military friction between the four countries – the US, Australia, Philippines and Japan – and China and seriously undermining regional peace and stability.

    By Sun Xihui | 2024/6/3 18:52:52
  • China, US show two completely different visions of global security

    The starkly different global security views between China and the US make it clear which one aligns with the fundamental interests and reasonable security concerns of most countries and is conducive to regional and global peace and stability. The answer is obvious.

    By He Lei | 2024/6/3 18:13:00
  • Chinese, Arab strategic interests and worldviews are rapidly converging

    The current China-Arab relations are the deepest, the most strategic, the most advanced and the most promising in their entire history.

    By Ebrahim Hashem | 2024/6/3 14:19:15
  • Palestine's full UN membership imperative for lasting peace in Middle East

    The raging Gaza conflict only lends new relevance and urgency to the legal status of Palestine. As some still argue that it is not the time to recognize Palestinian statehood, we have to ask the question, if not now, when?

    By Yi Xin | 2024/6/3 14:11:48
  • China is guardian of peace in the Asia-Pacific who matches words with deeds: Global Times editorial

    Taking sides does not serve the interests of the region, and China has always been a member of the region that pursues peaceful development.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/2 23:47:36
  • Stirring up trouble

    The US is the real destabilizer in the Asia-Pacific.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/6/2 20:42:07
  • Push for 'Economic NATO' faces challenges amid declining power and prestige of West

    With the rise of China's economic influence, G7 is hoping to create a coterie of containing China with the emergence of the concept of an "economic NATO." Yet, currently, there is a gap between the bloc's expectations and the reality.

    By He Zhigao | 2024/6/2 20:30:02
  • Biden's tariffs to backfire on US consumers

    Biden's tariffs and rhetoric in support of them are racist and fit into the tired old mold that characterizes China as “cheating” and a uniquely untrustworthy entity.

    By Elias Cepeda | 2024/6/2 20:03:20
  • Be wary of Washington setting trap in Asia

    We must not allow external forces such as the US to set the similar trap in Asia to the one it sets in Ukraine, nor should we fall into the trap ourselves.

    By Hu Xijin | 2024/6/2 19:51:05
  • Pandas a reminder of what can be achieved through cooperation

    Much like the care and attention given to the giant pandas, we hope that the US and China will invest equally in nurturing their relationship, working together to forge a future of peace and prosperity.

    By Global Times | 2024/6/2 17:24:25
  • Who is 'illegal, coercive, aggressive, deceptive' in the South China Sea?

    The Philippines is feigning innocent, playing the role of a victim, expressing grievances, and making an appeal for peace – all of these craft an image of vulnerability seeking justice. Is that so? What if you are told that China has never used real force against the Philippines, but the Philippine coastguard has used force to kill innocent Chinese fishermen?

    By Li Aixin in Singapore | 2024/6/1 15:10:31
  • The US should not only leave Asia alone, but also learn from Asia

    The greatest challenge to Indo-Pacific regional stability and peace is the US' desire to pursue a strategy aimed at either resurrecting or maintaining US primacy, Warwick Powell (Powell), adjunct professor at the Queensland University of Technology and former policy advisor to Kevin Rudd, told Global Times (GT) reporter Li Aixin in an exclusive interview. During the annual defense and security forum Shangri-La Dialogue from May 31 to June 2, some Western countries have attempted to maliciously portray China as a "bully" in the region, and Powell said the fact is that regional countries and their people have coexisted with China for centuries, and they better understand how to interact with their neighbors - both big and small - than the Americans, who have been involved in the region for only the past 200 years..

    By Global Times | 2024/6/1 11:49:40
  • IPhone sales surge in China is not just commercial success: Global Times editorial

    The global value chain cooperation between China and the US in the high-end consumer market is a vivid practice of "mutual benefit and win-win."

    By Global Times | 2024/5/31 23:27:56
  • US has no locus standi in meddling in South China Sea affairs

    Any misjudgment or mishandling of the military stand-off on the high seas would invariably flare up the conflict, leaving the regional peace and partnership in tatters.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/31 20:11:49
  • China-Arab community with a shared future provides a vivid annotation for peace, devt: Global Times editorial

    The road of collective cooperation between China and the Arab countries has already shown a powerful force that has amazed the world, and the construction of a China-Arab community with a shared future has opened a new era, making the future of China-Arab relations promising.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/30 23:48:31
  • Broken dreams

    The US tariffs on Chinese green products impedes the tackling of climate change

    By Tang Tengfei | 2024/5/30 21:37:57
  • Let giant pandas continue to be a bridge of China-US cultural exchanges

    According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in the US, the Smithsonian's National Zoo held a media event on Wednesday to announce that it will start a new round of cooperation on panda conservation with China and welcome a new pair of giant pandas, Bao Li and Qing Bao, by the end of the year.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/30 21:23:36
  • China is expected to play the role of peace builder on Palestine issue

    The China-Arab cooperation has been expanding to more comprehensive areas and is expected to play an active role in regional and global governance with key focus on the ongoing Palestine-Israel conflict.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/30 21:14:54
  • China-Arab forum highlights willingness to consolidate bilateral ties

    The 10th Ministerial Conference of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum being held this week in Beijing is particularly important this year. The delivery of a speech at the inauguration by President Xi Jinping and the participation of four invited Arab heads of state illustrate the importance of this meeting for two reasons.

    By Yahia H. Zoubir | 2024/5/30 19:09:02
  • 'AUKUS does not increase Australia's security'

    The AUKUS agreement between Australia, the UK and the US, announced in September 2021 by the leaders of the three nations, has raised questions about the negative impact the pact has on Australia, and the health risks it poses.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/30 16:43:40
  • What insights does progress in China-Arab cooperation offer to the world?: Global Times editorial

    With this opportunity of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum, it can be ensured that China and Arab countries will continue to aim to build a community of shared future, uphold the spirit of China-Arab friendship, and create a model of collective cooperation among developing countries for unity and independence.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/30 0:03:27
  • Airstrike in Rafah deepens divisions in the West over the Israel-Palestine issue

    Spain, Ireland and Norway formally recognized Palestinian statehood on Tuesday, joining around 140 countries that have recognized a Palestinian state, more than two-thirds of the UN. The changing attitudes of more countries toward the Israel-Palestine issue highlight the growing division within the Western camp.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/29 21:22:30
  • Why the Chinese market is becoming increasingly attractive to the British business community

    The past year has witnessed a gradual increase of trade and investment by British enterprises with China.

    By Yi Chuyun | 2024/5/29 20:39:58
  • China-Japan-South Korea leaders' meeting brings huge impetus to future economic and trade cooperation

    On Monday, the China-Japan-South Korea leaders' meeting resumed in Seoul, South Korea, four and a half years since the last meeting, bringing huge impetus to future economic and trade cooperation among the three countries.

    By Masami Miyashita | 2024/5/29 20:00:13
  • China is right at the forefront; the West no longer holds the reins

    As the Chinese economy, along with the entire global economy, faces considerable challenges in recent years, some Western officials and media outlets have stepped up their long-standing smear campaign against the world's second-largest economy.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/29 19:01:41
  • Why is US building EV chargers at a snail's pace?

    Over the past few days, electric vehicle charging stations in the US have become a big joke on American social media.

    By Ding Gang | 2024/5/29 18:49:07
  • China-UK green cooperation: a promising future

    As major economies, China and the UK have significant influence in promoting green transition.

    By Ou Fei | 2024/5/29 17:23:58
  • Trampling on international law

    The US tramples on international law.

    By Carlos Latuff | 2024/5/29 14:05:56
  • Manila's protest against China's fishing moratorium is not responsible toward its fishermen: Global Times editorial

    It is hoped that the Philippines can make wise decisions that are in the long-term interests of its fishermen, rather than continuing the farce of protesting against China's fishing ban.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/29 0:19:38
  • Irony of West Point's commencement speech

    There is often an irony about the annual commencement exercises at the United States Military Academy. When they occur, as they did this year on the last Saturday of May, they fall two days before Americans commemorate Memorial Day, a day to honor the men and women who died serving their country as members of the armed forces.

    By Anthony Moretti | 2024/5/28 22:37:37
  • WHA rejecting proposal on Taiwan shows power of one-China principle

    By showing unwavering support for the one-China principle, the majority of the international community has once again thwarted attempts by the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) authorities to participate in the World Health Assembly (WHA) without recognizing the 1992 Consensus.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/28 20:21:51
  • Endless exploitation

    The US military-industrial complex is devouring the interests of the American people.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/5/28 19:30:16
  • Seoul summit offers valuable momentum for China-Japan-S.Korea cooperation

    The ninth Trilateral Summit Meeting among China, Japan and South Korea was held in Seoul from Sunday to Monday. In an interview with Global Times (GT) reporters, Moon Chung-in (Moon), James Laney Distinguished Professor of Yonsei University and Former Special Advisor to President Moon Jae-in for National Security and Foreign Policy, analyzed the outcomes of the summit and the current regional situation.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/28 17:38:25
  • Draconian anti-vagrancy laws exacerbate homelessness problem in US

    As the global community grapples with human rights issues, the treatment of unhoused individuals in the US raises significant concerns. An increasing number of homeless people are losing access to outdoor spaces as states and municipalities enact anti-vagrancy laws aimed at clearing out homeless populations. This punitive approach exacerbates the hardships faced by those already struggling, highlighting a severe lack of emphasis on human rights.

    By Bradley Blankenship | 2024/5/28 17:13:08
  • Future vision is crucial for revival of China-Japan-S.Korea cooperation: Global Times editorial

    As neighboring countries with a long shared history and great potential for cooperation in various fields in the future, China, Japan, and South Korea stand at a crucial point for the comprehensive restart of trilateral cooperation, making it particularly important to look toward the future. For the present moment, even in disagreements, there is still space to find consensus and cooperation. Looking toward the future, China, Japan, and South Korea are still opportunities for each other.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/27 23:48:18
  • Washington Post is right: No one in China says 'the moon hung larger in the US than in China' now

    The Washington Post published an article on Saturday claiming that the cachet the US once had in China no longer exists. The article argued that for decades, soft power was one of the US' most potent weapons in China.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/27 21:00:55
  • Inevitable outcome

    How long can the US dollar hegemony last before de-dollarization?

    By Liu Rui | 2024/5/27 20:52:16
  • Sanctions lay bare fragility of Western-centered financial system

    Russian President Vladimir Putin just visited China two weeks ago, his first overseas trip since his inauguration earlier this month. How can China-Russia ties develop so rapidly? What is the significance of pursuing a closer relationship between the two countries? How does Moscow see Beijing's role in promoting peace talks in the Ukraine crisis?

    By Global Times | 2024/5/27 20:01:59
  • India should reflect on China policy to boost people-to-people exchanges

    One hundred years ago, celebrities in the Chinese cultural community invited Tagore, the famous Indian poet and writer, to visit China, which was a significant event in the cultural circles of both China and India.

    By Liu Zongyi | 2024/5/27 17:57:38
  • China-Japan-ROK cooperation embarks on new journey as trilateral leaders' meeting resumes: Global Times editorial

    The ninth Trilateral Summit Meeting among China, Japan and South Korea is being held from Sunday to Monday in Seoul, South Korea.

    By Global Times | 2024/5/27 1:10:37
  • China-US economic ties are either win-win or lose-lose

    How can the China-US relationship become the most crucial bilateral relationship globally, and potentially shape the future of the world? To address this query, the discussion of China-US economic and trade ties is essential. The two parties often refer to them as an "anchor."

    By Global Times | 2024/5/26 21:32:18
  • Falling apart

    American aircraft manufacturer Boeing has a long way to go in solving quality issues.

    By Liu Rui | 2024/5/26 20:05:01
  • Four years since George Floyd tragedy, police brutality in US continues unchecked

    When a group of Minneapolis police officers tried to arrest George Floyd - a petty criminal who turned out to be overdosing on fentanyl - for passing a fake $20 bill on May 25, 2020, they had no idea they would set the US on fire.

    By Nebojsa Malic | 2024/5/26 19:12:48
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