Allies have right to raise demands to US like Duterte did

The Philippines has set an example for countries that allow the stationing of US troops worldwide. In a crisis like this, they all have the right to raise demands toward the US.

US too early to call it a 'D-Day' in COVID-19 fight

With the performance of its COVID-19 fight, doesn't the US feel embarrassed to call it a “D-Day”?
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 20:48:39

Poor human rights standards give US an edge

The US-style human rights can be thus argued as being quite low. Because of its staggering death toll, the country is actually facing a large-scale human rights crisis.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 18:13:40

Wellington in no position to mediate Beijing-Canberra talks

It is hard for New Zealand, a member of the Five Eyes alliance, to mediate fairly between Australia, its counterpart in the alliance, and China. Besides, the China-Australia dispute was initiated entirely by Canberra – and therefore Australia takes all the responsibility.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 18:03:39

India changes attitude toward multilateral mechanisms for its global ambition

India's mentality toward multilateral mechanisms has been changing. The trend is particularly obvious this year.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 15:33:39

E. Asia's pandemic fight shouldn't be misled by West assessment

Western public opinion deliberately framed South Korea's and Japan's anti-pandemic way against China's. East Asian societies mustn't be affected. They shouldn't become reluctant to eliminate COVID-19, otherwise they will pay the price.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 12:33:40

True nature of Australia seems ironic in its own media

Australia's China policy is actually following in the footsteps of the US, but Canberra refuses to admit to it. In a self-deceiving way, the Morrison administration has always emphasized that, “we will always be Australia.”
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/17 11:53:40

Radical Aussie MP seeks selfish gains by playing Taiwan card

Previous friendly exchanges between China and Australia came from long-term joint efforts from politicians on both sides. Yet some individuals show no hesitation to abandon their political heritage – they jeopardize the bilateral relationship in pursuit of personal gains. What a shame.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 23:18:36

Aussie WTO suit against China purely political: Global Times editorial

China's anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into Australian barley and wine are carried out in accordance with rules. There is no political implication.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 22:13:40

Anti-China incitement by Western values-based alliance a hopeless case

Even though China has repeatedly emphasized that China's rise is peaceful, not a threat to any country, the West still worries a rising China will challenge its hegemon and the international norms and rules set by it.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 21:08:40

The COVID-19 Santa

Santa tests positive for coronavirus
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 20:28:40

India beckons UK to Asia, but really Washington's bidding

After all, the UK is an extraterritorial power and India has an instinctive vigilance against it.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 20:23:40

Will Canberra continue to explore the bottom line of China-Australia relations?

If Australia goes further in the South China Sea or with other military and security matters, it will be more difficult for Canberra to stop downward spiral of bilateral relations with Beijing.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 16:38:40

US allies' game won't aid China-Canada ties

Ottawa has made itself dependent on Washington and the alliance system for its own national interests. Taking allies' steps to pressure China won't put an end to the dilemma of the China-Canada relationship.
Source: Global Times | 2020/12/16 16:28:40