OPINION

Without reflecting, Australia can be walking into the dark


If Canberra cannot reflect on its previous moves against China and make adjustments, improving China-Australia relations will be far from visible. At that time, Australians will know how it feels like to walk into the dark.

BRICS hopeful to address new crisis and opportunities at summit

Yet despite the combined crises, the BRICS mechanism is functioning relatively well for creating meaningful dialogues. Whether or not BRICS countries can withstand new crisis, overcome fresh challenges and create new opportunities, will be the question that leaders of the five countries have to answer solemnly in the summit.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/16 20:13:40

EU-US transatlantic ties still troubled for Biden: experts

US-EU relations will be boosted, but it does not mean that the transatlantic ties will return to the good old days.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/16 19:24:40

Blacklisting Taiwan secessionists shows historical justice: Global Times editorial

History will show that the Taiwan secessionist forces will be severely punished. They will eventually face the law. China will never allow its island of Taiwan to be separated from the country. Those extremists who commit crimes to their country and people will pay the price, sooner or later.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/16 19:13:02

US pursues decoupling while China chooses integration

The completion of the RCEP agreement has made many Americans and Europeans nervous.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/16 18:43:39

'Dual containment' on Moscow, Beijing likely to continue under Biden

Let's face it – no US-China-Russia triangle exists now.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/16 14:39:04

RCEP redefines new era of globalization as US juggles its unilateral dilemmas

If the US returns to CPTPP, Washington will try to turn it into a platform against RCEP. In a new era of globalization with win-win cooperation strategies, one must ask, will they abandon multilateralism and turn to unilateralism?
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/15 22:23:41

Japan needs to double down with RCEP

As a country that lives off trade, Japan sometimes fails to guard its economic interests from irrelevant considerations. But the RCEP is just a trade arrangement.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/15 21:36:56

Free trade propelled higher

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed on Sunday by the 15 participating countries. The agreement will boost regional and international economic recovery.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/15 21:25:30

US has lost its moral superiority amid raging post-election chaos

Even though the US post-election chaos has drawn global attention, the rest of the world is looking on from a ringside seat, watching and waiting to see how and if the US climbs out of the mayhem.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/15 20:28:09

RCEP proves that multilateralism is the right path for the world: Global Times editorial

There is no need to overestimate the significance of the RCEP. But it will undoubtedly enhance Chinese people's confidence by showing us that multilateralism is still full of vitality and there is still broad room for us to participate in it.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/15 18:56:40

RCEP will end US hegemony in West Pacific

China and 14 other Asia-Pacific nations, including 10 ASEAN member countries and Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, are set to sign the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement on Sunday. The signatories of the pact, however, do not include the US which has been traditionally regarded as a dominate player in the Asia-Pacific region.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/14 21:48:37

Experts look forward to Biden administration addressing issues that separate China, US

China-US relations have faced unprecedented challenges now. The direction of the bilateral relationship has not only affected the development of the two countries, but also the future of the world. Where will China-US relations head after the new US administration takes office? How will Biden's China policies differ from Trump's? The Global Times collected opinions from several speakers at China Development Forum on Friday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/14 11:53:41

China can deal with final 'crazy' Trump moves: Global Times editorial

The Chinese people don't want to be involved in trouble after the US election. But we must make the Trump administration know that we had not hesitated to fight back their provocations during the peak of their rule, nor will we be reluctant to strike back when necessary in the coming days. Now may be their craziest time, but we know it's also their most vulnerable time. They lack mobilization abilities to promote extreme confrontation with China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/11/13 22:18:40