200,000 deaths from COVID-19 can't sway Trump's approach

It seems the COVID-19 death number does not mean anything for the Trump administration anymore.

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

Is it wise for US to ban Confucius Institutes?

The loss of these intellectual fountains of Chinese thought in the US is invisible but tangible. It not only damages the image of US universities but it also weakens the teaching strength of the US education system.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/7 10:27:31

How will New Zealand's general election affect its China policy?

New Zealand has to some extent kept an independent China policy. But Wellington still finds it very difficult to be completely independent from the US.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 23:40:15

Indian media rumormongering risks sparking conflicts, damaging ties

Indian media must be reined in if the country truly wants to improve relations with its neighboring countries.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 22:33:40

Peak at the polls

Experts say a second wave of COVID-19 cases will surge this autumn, with the peak of the pandemic slated to hit after Election Day.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 21:18:40

Cut Chinese firms in eye of the storm a break: Global Times editorial

When some Chinese enterprises feel aggrieved and are suppressed abroad, they should be neither spat on nor whipped by the domestic society.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 21:15:32

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

'China isolation' is a seriously wrong impression

On the premise of safeguarding China's core interests, we will strive to resolve differences with some countries through peaceful means and through enhanced communication and consultation. If it can't be resolved for a while, we will move forward with the problem.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 14:26:24

US political correctness implicates a Chinese filler word

In the US, a developed country, discrimination on the surface has basically been eliminated. However, racial discrimination is still deeply rooted in many American people's hearts and in the social structure. Political correctness brings nothing but a sense of fake peace. It carefully bypasses racial issues and only consolidates the stereotypes of ethnic minorities in people's minds.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/5 19:03:19

US diplomats' collusion with East Turkistan forces will backfire

Recently, some US politicians have been fixated on issues related to China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and their widely spread lies have been proven wrong with facts. Since February this year, US diplomats have met frequently with notorious separatists Dolkun Isa and other "East Turkistan" members to discuss so-called cooperation. In order to oppose China, a few individuals in the US have been in collusion with "East Turkistan" terrorist forces. Do they still have a basic conscience and a sense of right and wrong?
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/5 18:42:23

Will China-India defense ministers' meeting be a turning point?: Global Times editorial

Indian public opinion is too deeply and widely involved in border issues. The Indian troop has been obviously kidnapped by domestic nationalism.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/5 14:21:35

China stabilizes with CPC's consolidated role: Global Times editorial

Chinese society is at its most stable period in recent years. The prestige of the Communist Party of China (CPC) as its long-term ruling party has been consolidated. The outside world, especially Washington, should not misjudge China's political situation, for the following reasons:
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/5 0:03:54

US attempt to create 'new order' aimed at maintaining hegemony

Fortunately, more and more people have realized that the Trump administration and some American hawks pose a serious threat to the international order, and the international system with the UN at its core needs to be more effectively maintained.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/4 19:08:40