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Why Suga might have trouble sweetening policies Abe pushed for

Abe left Suga two major problems: national security policies and the constitutional amendment.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/17 19:43:40

India hurts itself with border belligerence

India has become a destroyer of regional peace and stability, which has played a negative role in its own advancement, and that of other countries. If India intends to achieve its dream of becoming a great power, it is vital to improve ties with neighboring countries.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 13:22:27

Why new Asian security structure is needed for emerging puzzles

With unprecedented changes in the world and the rampant pandemic, there exist increasing uncertainties and instabilities as well as a lack of public security products in Asia. It is urgent for everyone to work together to adhere to bottom-line thinking and tackle shared threats and challenges.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/14 16:57:05

Australia immature to be scared of Chinese scholars' candid opinions

I look forward to a more positive and constructive mind-set in Canberra, which is the key to bringing the bilateral relations out of its nadir to the right track.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/10 21:03:40

Does international community favor India in its conflict with China?

If India acts most proactively in confronting China, it may be beaten up. India should be wiser and stop helping the US provoke China. After all, China may not fight with the US, but with India - a cannon fodder at the forefront.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/10 10:41:19

Australia's raid on Chinese journalists shows ugly duplicity on press rights

The “white terror” created by Australia cannot suppress China's noble and righteous spirit. Nor can its chilling effect block voices of justice from the insightful people of the international community.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/9 16:57:33

ASPI ignores real coercive force is from US

China never opted to a confrontation with the US and its allies. But we resolutely refuse to capitulate in face of provocations and coercion.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/8 22:54:10

History will repeat itself if India makes same border mistake

Despite US support to India, the PLA is capable of defeating Indian army.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/8 21:50:51

Populism will ruin US-India alliance

Roaring populist movements in the US and India demonstrates the dilemmas facing globalization and international cooperation. It is an expedient move for the two largest democracies to take more advantage of each other. Allowing populism to prevail at home while engaging in beggar-thy-neighbor policies is clearly not in tune with the style of great powers.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/7 13:11:33

Asian countries need own security architecture

While many Asia countries lack the ability to single-handedly solve regional security affairs, this does not mean Asian countries cannot construct their own security systems. They can make their own mechanisms that aim to promote dialogue and cooperation. They can cope with their own emergencies and conflicts.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 17:40:19

US Indo-Pacific plan self-defeating as China upholds multilateralism

While the strategic construct of the Indo-Pacific region is showing an adverse trend toward China, people in the region should take this with a pinch of salt. China has enough capability to safeguard its own military and national security.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/2 20:23:41

'Quad' gears up but should mind perils

Geopolitical confrontation should not become the theme of Asia-Pacific. Before joining the US' anti-China coalition, such as the “Quad,” relevant countries should seriously consider: Is it a blessing or a curse for regional peace and stability?
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/2 20:13:40

India loses its way with major-power ambitions

India's highly centralized foreign policy-making process, combined with its highly decentralized domestic one, will always tend to lead India to make elaborate external strategic ideas. But with its hands tied by domestic situations, India has always encountered difficulties in implementing its wishful policies.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/1 17:01:32

Is S.China Sea card useful to New Delhi?

The border issue should be resolved in a rational, calm and pragmatic manner based on mutual respect. India's any attempt, such as deploying one of its warships to the South China Sea, to pressure China will be in vain.
Source: Global Times | 2020/8/31 22:18:40

Chinese view of Japanese PM shows seismic East Asia change

China is not worried about whether Abe's successor will change China-Japan relations. As long as China continues developing, no matter who succeeds Abe, the general trend of a gradual warming of China-Japan relations should remain stable.
Source: Global Times | 2020/8/31 15:49:46

Will successor continue Abe's China policy?

Whoever becomes Japan's next prime minister is unlikely to pursue confrontational policies toward China. Japanese politicians will inherit and further develop China-Japan relations that are in line with their national interests.
Source: Global Times | 2020/8/29 15:38:40

Morrison govt follows Washington's McCarthyist crackdown on China

The bilateral relations should not continue its present freefall. There should be real independence and more positivity in Canberra's international outlook and diplomatic policymaking.
Source: Global Times | 2020/8/29 12:43:40

Tough military posture no cure for India's domestic woes

India should focus more on battling the epidemic, ensure economic growth, and stave off unemployment. India may take a tough stance to divert attention of its people. In this context of crises, it is impossible for India to engage in a military conflict or risk a war.
Source: Global Times | 2020/8/27 17:01:36