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  • Organization, consensus, distribution key to anti-epidemic success: Rana Mitter

    Both sides of China and Europe being able to know more about what the other side is thinking is a really important part of the two coming to a workable agreement.

    By Global Times | 2021/6/24 0:08:40
  • Biggest danger to Biden from Trump, not China: Kishore Mahbubani

    The biggest danger to the Biden administration doesn't come from China. It comes from Donald Trump. If Donald Trump wins in 2024, then clearly the Biden administration would have failed. That's why Biden should focus on improving the livelihoods of the bottom 50 percent of American people to make sure that Donald Trump doesn't come back.

    By Global Times | 2021/6/22 20:28:39
  • Misjudgments of CPC blind West of reality and future

    My summary of China's political reforms is very simple: The CPC has modernized itself in the country's modernization process of politics, society, and economics.

    By Global Times | 2021/6/21 20:11:08
  • China is a democracy by Lincoln's definition: former Singaporean FM

    A military conflict between the US and China can engulf the whole world and be a huge setback to humanity. We need wisdom on both sides.

    By Global Times | 2021/6/16 9:52:00
  • GT Exclusive with Russian ambassador: What position would Russia take in case of an armed conflict between China and US?

    Editor's Note: China and Russia have seen increasing interactions and closer bonds as they face amid US pressure. The trilateral relations of China, Russia and the US are of great significance in the international order. Ahead of the upcoming Putin-Biden summit, Global Times reporters Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi (GT) interviewed Russian Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov (Denisov) on a range of issues including bilateral and trilateral relations, COVID-19, and many others.

    By Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi | 2021/6/11 3:38:45
  • 'No one in sight to match Nixon in US-China ties': former diplomat

    There is no one in sight in American politics who seems likely to match Nixon in his knowledge of foreign affairs or awareness of the requirements of statesmanship and can break the ice and improve relations with China at present.

    By Global Times | 2021/5/30 19:58:40
  • Continuing dysfunctional relations with China not a 'settling point': scholar

    I hope that informed diplomats in Canberra realise that the current Australian government approach of being “tough on China” is more sloganeering than serious strategy, and doubling down on this doesn't serve the national interest.

    By Global Times | 2021/5/20 13:43:25
  • Westerners need to adapt to China's influence

    What are some ways Western countries can view their relations with a peacefully rising China? Why do dialogues between Western countries and China always seem difficult? Kerry Brown shared his opinions on these issues with Global Times reporter Sun Wei.

    By Global Times | 2021/5/16 13:31:14
  • US politicians are scared of China's rapid rise: Shaun Rein

    China's government is doing better for Chinese people than what the American government is doing for most Americans. It's really time for the US to stop lecturing other nations.

    By Global Times | 2021/5/9 17:23:40
  • Quetta blast not necessarily targeted at Chinese; Pakistan's investment in security can ensure CPEC safety: scholar

    It is premature to claim categorically that the attack was deliberately targeting Chinese people. It will take time to gather the pieces of clues to reach a conclusion.

    By Global Times | 2021/4/24 20:50:37
  • China-US split not inevitable if two can refocus after Alaska: scholar

    Rivalry will be hard to avoid, but conflict is not predetermined.

    By Global Times | 2021/4/12 11:08:56
  • China, Russia should explore more UN domains for cooperation: scholar

    Sino-Russian relations are still not an alliance, but they are more than partnership. Both sides should carefully work on the parameters of new relations to address common security challenges. I would not exclude the alliance in the future, especially if the pressure from the West is growing up.

    By Global Times | 2021/3/30 22:31:11
  • Australia incorrectly believes US will protect its interests: former Australian diplomat

    Australia believes, incorrectly in my opinion, that the US will protect its interests. That is naïve.

    By Global Times | 2021/3/29 23:37:09
  • China, US must rebuild relations brick by brick: Charles W. Freeman Jr.

    Skilled work requires a skilled workman and there is a great deal of work to be done to repair Sino-American relations.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/27 11:20:04
  • Lessons for China from US COVID-19 crisis

    In this period of transition, voices are urgently asking what might become of the China-US relationship once Biden takes office. Will the world's two largest economies recover their ties? Reset them in certain spheres? Will the West further intensify its aggressive anti-China campaign?

    By Global Times | 2020/12/22 19:23:39
  • A window of opportunity is open for resetting China-US relations: Kuhn

    China and the US, working together, should become bulwarks of peace and engines of prosperity, which would benefit all humanity.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/22 15:48:39
  • US is paying price for incompetence of Trump leadership: Joseph Nye

    "If you look at the relationship between China and the US, I have called it a cooperative rivalry in which you have to pay attention both to the cooperation and to the rivalry." -- Joseph Nye

    By Global Times | 2020/12/14 18:23:40
  • Biden presidency will not be a third Obama term administration: Graham Allison

    A Biden administration will certainly not be “soft” on China, but instead “smart” in combating Chinese initiatives that it opposes, competing successfully, and at the same time cooperating to preserve a world we can live in.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/23 15:48:40
  • US can't deter 20 years of China-Africa cooperation

    Washington's interest in Africa is mostly driven by a great power competition, which doesn't encourage confidence on the African side.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/19 18:53:41
  • Trump wrecked Western world order, Biden can't totally revive it

    The US might go from a Cold War rhetoric to a “cold peace” approach that could leave room for a business-like relationship, allowing the two countries to sit down for negotiations.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/18 14:53:40
  • Aussies interests in China differ from US: Former envoy

    If we had a more balanced public discussion in Australia, most people would be quite pragmatic, recognizing the legitimacy of China's rise and the benefits for Australia.

    By Global Times | 2020/11/12 17:55:05
  • Taiwan question a matter for both sides of Straits: Missouri State University professor

    The US has repeatedly played its cards on the Taiwan question. This has significantly irritated the Chinese mainland. Will Washington shift its Taiwan policy from strategic ambiguity into strategic clarity? Will military clashes break out between China and the US because of the Taiwan question?

    By Global Times | 2020/11/1 20:27:16
  • Wagering against China's innovation a losing bet

    The world is changing with the downward spiral of China-US relations. Wild questions are being thrown around. Should China be blamed for the COVID-19 pandemic? Is there an increasing trend of innovation within Chinese companies? How might this affect other major technological powers?

    By Li Qingqing | 2020/11/1 16:23:40
  • Technological arms race to decide China-US competition: Lowy report author

    Both the US and China have to invest in their partnerships with other countries in order to grow their influence. And the superpower with the best networks in the region, whether economic, diplomatic, or defense-based, will come up on top.

    By Global Times | 2020/10/23 19:33:41
  • UN reform should reflect fairness, responsibility

    The UN reform should also reflect fairness. It should be reached based on consensus, and reform plans should be supported by all member states.

    By Global Times | 2020/9/22 18:03:40
  • US needs to meet China halfway to restore respectful relations: US scholar

    If the world's most important bilateral relationship is going to work, the US will have to meet China halfway. That means showing a level of courtesy, legitimacy, and respect that is due to a great power

    By Global Times | 2020/9/1 0:31:07
  • West's accusation over China's win-win cooperation with African countries is unjust

    The African Union on July 29 highly commended China for its continued support and assistance to Africa's capacity for disease control and prevention. In the eyes of African observers and people, what does cooperation with China look like? Does such collaboration actually lead to a "dept trap?"

    By Global Times | 2020/8/4 13:36:14
  • Africa resists becoming a new cold war battleground

    There are so many false and unsubstantiated accusations and lies on the part of the West regarding the recent introduction of the national security legislation for Hong Kong.

    By Global Times | 2020/7/31 20:13:40
  • Global Britain vision needs cohesive, credible Post-Brexit kick start

    The UK has taken a back-and-forth attitude toward China. It has followed the US's campaign against China. Why has Britain changed its course in such a short time? What should be a wise choice for the UK when pressured by the US to pick sides?

    By Yu Jincui | 2020/7/28 10:44:06
  • Africa, China build future road maps for pandemic prevention, BRI

    The COVID-19 is posing challenges for public health and economics worldwide. At this time, however, cooperation between China and Africa has not been disrupted. Is there anything new in China-Africa collaboration to fight the pandemic this time? How is continued cooperation under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative going?

    By Global Times | 2020/7/23 16:12:26
  • China is a true all-weather friend to Africa

    How is BRI's development in Zambia now? Why are US politicians constantly badmouthing Chinese investment in Africa? What are the differences between assistance from China and assistance from the US in the continent? Ngalande shared his views with the Global Times in a written interview.

    By Global Times | 2020/7/21 16:22:19
  • Is there a way forward for China-Australia relations?

    The so-called “hawks” take a narrow view of China. They are more driven by fear of China than by confidence in our ability to realize the opportunities that China and Australia could achieve.

    By Li Aixin | 2020/7/3 23:53:46
  • UK to be isolated by following US foreign policy: George Galloway

    Britain's days of "handling" affairs in Hong Kong are over. Our ignominious extortion of China to obtain it was illegitimate from the beginning.

    By Global Times | 2020/7/2 12:56:28
  • HK people must understand they've become a pawn: Mahbubani

    It is difficult to anticipate the future course of the US-China geopolitical contest because the US has not worked out a comprehensive and thoughtful long-term strategy for managing China.

    By Global Times | 2020/6/18 11:23:47
  • Nixon's China translator views 'decoupling' as foolish

    "Sino-American relations are clearly the worst they have been" since former US president Richard Nixon reached out to top Chinese leaders in the early 1970s, said Charles W. Freeman Jr., a former senior US diplomat who has witnessed the establishment and development of China-US diplomatic relations. He believes there are limits on how far the so-called China-US decoupling can go. However, the current bilateral antagonism will take decades to repair.

    By Global Times | 2020/5/26 16:59:48
  • China and EU should rally together on virus: former Slovenia president

    The year 2020 is regarded as a critical year for China-EU relations. How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect Europe's overall position on China? How can China and the EU work together to help the world overcome the challenge?

    By Global Times | 2020/5/18 21:21:53
  • China-US ties on the brink of a complete breakdown: Roach

    Stephen S. Roach, a faculty member at Yale University and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, describes new shifts in the China-US relationship amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He wrote, "After 48 years of painstaking progress, a major rupture of the US-China relationship is at hand. This is a tragic outcome for both sides - and for the world." How should both countries manage the economic and geopolitical risks of a full rupture?

    By Global Times | 2020/5/11 16:13:43
  • US COVID-19 propaganda fuels anti-China sentiment

    “Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth,” this is how George Koo, a member of the leadership organization of Chinese Americans in the US, Committee of 100, describes US propaganda on COVID-19.

    By Global Times | 2020/5/7 18:43:40
  • US-China decoupling unfeasible: US expert

    As the COVID-19 pandemic, a black swan event that is exerting devastating effects on people's health, social order, economy and even state-to-state relations, continue to rage on, voices calling for China-US cooperation are rising worldwide. How will the pandemic reshape China-US relations? Can China and the US stop the blame game and join hands in tackling the common threat? David Firestein (Firestein), president and CEO of the George H. W. Bush Foundation for US-China Relations shared his insights with Global Times (GT) reporter Yu Jincui.

    By Global Times | 2020/5/4 13:10:38
  • Pro-people policies, dutiful citizens effective in China's COVID-19 fight: Daniel A. Bell

    China's leaders, and its people, were aware of the real and potential damages of viral epidemics and could take quick measures to control it without much controversy.

    By Global Times | 2020/5/2 18:23:40
  • Respect for science will win COVID-19 fight

    There is no way either of our countries can deal with transnational challenges like pandemics or climate change acting alone.

    By Global Times | 2020/4/29 16:18:40
  • COVID-19 pushes world to a turning point

    We need also to take seriously the many other threats in the world: wars, extreme nationalism, climate crisis, destruction of biodiversity, extreme poverty, massive inequality of income, and a billion people in the world living in extreme deprivation.

    By Global Times | 2020/4/14 22:03:41
  • Coronavirus blame game 'a childish distraction'

    Global Times reporter talked to Graham Allison, professor at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and author of Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides' Trap?.

    By Global Times | 2020/4/8 9:43:40
  • 'Commitment, competence, and readiness' turned the tide in China's virus fight

    The coronavirus is posing an increasingly tough challenge to the entire world. What can China's successful experience offer? What role does it play in the global anti-virus fight? What's behind some Western politicians' slandering of China's efforts? Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn, chairman of The Kuhn Foundation and recipient of the China Reform Friendship Medal (2018), shared his insights on these issues and more with Global Times (GT) reporter Yan Yunming.

    By Global Times | 2020/3/30 18:33:40
  • Difficult for Western democracies to build new hospitals quickly: Jim O'Neill

    The West is supposed to have an advantage in information openness and transparency. Why hasn't it taken preemptive measures to stop the virus from spreading rapidly even after they witnessed how the epidemic broke out in East Asia? What lessons can they learn from China? Would Western countries duplicate China's virus-control measures?

    By Global Times | 2020/3/14 16:43:40
  • Equitable access to vaccines of vital importance: biomedical expert

    The speed at which the virus has been identified is a testament to the changes in public health and the growth of scientific expertise in China since SARS and the strong global coordination through the World Health Organization (WHO). The rapid dissemination of the virus' genetic sequence by Chinese authorities enabled scientists around the world to initiate research into potential vaccines and treatments. All of this is to be commended.

    By Global Times | 2020/3/3 12:28:40
  • Capacity of state in China to deal with epidemic far more developed than Western govt: Martin Jacques

    I think the great lesson is going to be that disease knows no barriers. There are no borders. It can and does go anywhere, everywhere. The initial reaction was to say this is a Chinese disease, which is absolute nonsense.

    By Global Times | 2020/3/1 10:58:40
  • China has done a tremendous job in containing the virus: Afghan ambassador

    I'm also amazed to see how Chinese people cooperated patiently with the government. It's not an easy time. Nobody can deny that something like a virus is a big challenge for any country.

    By Global Times | 2020/2/23 12:33:39
  • US and China are in the same boat: Ezra Vogel

    How does he analyze the current US policy toward China? Is there any possibility that the two countries will decouple? Ezra Feivel Vogel (Vogel) shared his insights in an exclusive interview with Global Times (GT) special reporter Wen Yan.

    By Global Times | 2020/1/19 19:03:40
  • US needs to decide its fundamental core interests: Mahbubani

    Relations between China and the US have clearly gone downhill in the past few years. What are the root causes of deteriorating ties? Can the US overcome its stereotyped views about China's rise and its political system? Are the world's two biggest powers doomed to be enemies? Kishore Mahbubani shared his insights.

    By Global Times | 2019/12/25 19:35:35
  • Move to multipolarity driving US-China rift

    I don't think a new cold war is coming. I think there are a lot of things about the Cold War that are very different from the situation between the US and China today. Frankly, the current atmosphere and environment of globalization are two situations different from the Cold War period.

    By Global Times | 2019/12/17 19:03:41
  • Multilateral forums need to be relevant again

    Unilateralism is on a global upsurge. As the United Nations (UN) embodies international society's pursuit of multilateralism, what solution can it provide to deal with unilateralism? How can China and the UN cooperate to maintain multilateralism worldwide?

    By Global Times | 2019/12/10 20:28:40
  • China not trying to destroy American system:Joseph Nye

    China does not present an existential threat to the US like Hitler did or like Stalin did.

    By Global Times | 2019/11/4 17:58:39
  • Hong Kong's future lies in being part of China

    I think that demonstrations in Hong Kong have got completely out of hand and violent. I think in many respects they can be described as nihilistic. The destruction of public property has a very bad effect on Hong Kong's economy and the viability and harmony of Hong Kong society.

    By Global Times | 2019/10/9 18:03:40
  • UK's attitude resembles that of a US auxiliary

    Are China-UK relations still in a golden era? How will Brexit affect UK's policy toward China?

    By Global Times | 2019/9/22 21:08:31
  • Reason for optimism in gloomy trade war

    As trade tensions between China and the US escalate and an increasing number of analysts tend to believe that no silver lining can be seen in years to come, Stephen Orlins, president of National Committee on US-China Relations, noted he is still optimistic about the bilateral relationship in the long run.

    By Global Times | 2019/9/10 22:53:40
  • China on course to a promising future

    How far is China away from realizing its rejuvenation? How hard will the process be? How will China's development influence the world in the future? Global Times (GT) reporter Li Qingqing interviewed Professor Danilo Türk (Türk), former president of the Republic of Slovenia from 2007 to 2012 and a senior visiting fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, on these issues

    By Global Times | 2019/8/18 21:03:39
  • US economist urges cooperation for stable global development

    Against the backdrop of US flip-flop during trade war consultations with China and intensifying Beijing-Washington rivalry, where China-US relations are heading and how they will affect the world have aroused concerns from scholars from both sides, including Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University.

    By Global Times | 2019/8/4 19:05:57
  • Better understanding can lower China-US mistrust

    Over 100 American experts on Asia, including former government officials and scholars, signed an open letter - "Making China a US enemy is counterproductive" - to oppose the China approach of the administration of President Donald Trump.

    By Global Times | 2019/7/9 19:13:42
  • World heading toward a bipolar order: eminent scholar

    Where are China-US relations headed amid profound changes in the international landscape? How will intensifying bilateral competition influence the international order?

    By Global Times | 2019/7/7 18:18:40
  • Iran not interested in war with US: envoy

    Mohammad Keshavarzzadeh, Iranian Ambassador to China, shared his views over concerns about the Iran-US relationship, including chances of a war breaking out between the two, Tehran's perspective about the future of the Iran nuclear deal and what Europe can do as a mediator.

    By Global Times | 2019/7/2 18:24:10
  • Causes of China-US tensions go beyond trade

    The causes of the current US-China discord are deeper and more structural than just competition over tariffs and technology. It's rooted in the transitional forces in world order.

    By Global Times | 2019/6/18 11:43:40
  • Maximizing cooperation with China can maximize US influence: Expert

    Carla P. Freeman (Freeman), daughter of former US diplomat Chas Freeman Jr. and a well-known China hand, first set foot on Chinese soil when the reform and opening-up was unfolding.

    By Global Times | 2019/6/7 15:03:25
  • What made China's rise possible?

    After the bipolar world is formed, the strategic competition between China and the US will last long, at least 20 years. The Washington will have an edge over Beijing for 10 years. Within 10 years, it's not possible for China to attain equal status with the US. In other words, by 2023, China will be a super power but junior to the US. With no unexpected crisis to the US, it will be at least 20 years before China can achieve equal status with the US in terms of comprehensive national strength.

    By Global Times | 2019/5/19 20:28:40
  • US-China spat doesn't signal new cold war

    I am hoping that a trade agreement could be a starting point. It will be a significant step forward, better than what we have now. But it's not enough to hold China and the US together. I think they need something more tangible, more specific in terms of international affairs, something that is more strategic.

    By Global Times | 2019/4/9 18:43:44
  • Damage to US-China relations can be undone

    China-US relations have been at a crossroads. With China on the rise facing an established power, the US, are the two destined to be rivals in a confrontational relationship? How does one understand the tensions in bilateral relations and prevent ties from sliding further?

    By Global Times | 2019/4/1 19:13:40
  • Strategic dialogue further deepens China-Pakistan relations

    The first China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers' Strategic Dialogue was held in Beijing on March 19. What's the significance of this dialogue? What are the new developments of China Pakistan Economic Corridor? H.E. Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan answered these questions in an exclusive interview with the Global Times Tuesday.

    By Global Times | 2019/3/22 22:01:35
  • S.China Sea shouldn't hurt Beijing-Manila ties

    The reefs problem may stay. It may never be resolved or become the source of conflicts, but in the meantime, we will find a way to go around the reefs issue and cooperate for our mutual benefit.

    By Global Times | 2019/3/6 17:28:40
  • Thucydides Trap author believes US has been taken aback by China's rise

    What is US leaders' attitude toward the historical lessons of clashes between rising and established powers? Will the US learn to accept China getting strong eventually?

    By Global Times | 2018/12/16 21:48:40
  • Australia should resist US pressure to take on China

    There's also a tendency with this government to be obsessively deferential to Washington and I do worry that with Washington now moving to a very aggressive, hostile, confrontational stance with China, there will be pressure on the Australian government to follow suit. I think that pressure should be resisted.

    By Global Times | 2018/10/31 12:28:40
  • Forge international cooperation less focused on US

    By Global Times | 2018/10/30 16:48:39
  • Best strategic opportunity for China since Cold War

    In early October, US Vice President Mike Pence delivered a China-bashing speech at the Hudson Institute. Observers say his speech may be indicating a looming new Cold War. How does Pence's speech bear on US policy on China?

    By Global Times | 2018/10/22 16:23:39
  • RT challenges domination of Western media

    For decades, the entire global news agenda was set by a handful of news outlets from a couple of countries, and a limited range of voices from the same countries, which did not reflect the world's diversity or complexity.

    By Global Times | 2018/10/21 20:53:39
  • China-US trade war not yet at climax

    America was never greater than when it led the post-WWII period.

    By Global Times | 2018/9/18 19:28:40
  • Comparing SCO to NATO inappropriate

    The Russia-China partnership is playing a positive role in the entire world. Ties between the two countries have lasted for 400 years. No other nations have had such a long history of relations. Leaders from the two sides also enjoy high-level mutual trust.

    By Global Times | 2018/9/16 19:28:39
  • Is there optimism for China-US relations?

    The investment ties, the student ties, the complementary interests ultimately will pull the two societies together. That does not mean we are not going to have difficulties in the short term. It also tells everyone who cares that they can't sit back.

    By Global Times | 2018/9/10 19:28:39
  • China-Turkey relations transcend prejudices

    Chinese economy and market offers important opportunities for Turkey, and we want our business sector to further engage in markets in China.

    By Global Times | 2018/8/30 22:42:34
  • Trade war contradicts American spirit: philosopher

    Why does philosophy matter in understanding the world? How can Chinese philosophy and Chinese wisdom contribute to solving current problems?

    By Global Times | 2018/8/16 22:24:32
  • China can help in Afghan peace process: Karzai

    In Western opinion, Afghanistan is a heartland of contention among major powers. That's exactly what Afghanistan does not want.

    By Global Times | 2018/7/19 17:43:39
  • Nepal can be a bridge between China and India

    Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli (Oli) is visiting China from June 19 to 24, his first to China after re-election in February. What's his take on the cooperation between China and Nepal? What does he think of Nepal's relations with China and India? Global Times (GT) correspondent Chen Jianyang talked with Prime Minister Oli on these issues in an interview.

    By Global Times | 2018/6/21 18:03:40
  • Tough China policy reveals US nervousness

    China should not always make overtures, but fight back when necessary. China's US policies may increasingly involve a fight-back. The Anglo-Saxons are pragmatic in nature. Only when they suffer losses can they learn a lesson.

    By Global Times | 2018/4/11 21:18:40
  • Can Sino-US ties overcome 'Thucydides Trap'? History offers insights

    Whether China and the US can overcome “Thucydides Trap” and establish a new type of major power relationship is intensely debated by scholars. What insights can we find through history of China-US engagement?

    By Global Times | 2017/7/3 11:13:39
  • Reciprocity can help advance B&R in Europe

    Emmanuel Macron has taken office as France's new president and observers are trying to figure out what he has in mind. How will he craft his China policy? Will he pull France and Europe away from the populist tendencies?

    By Global Times | 2017/5/22 18:53:40
  • Bachelet promotes global view on B&R

    Chilean President Michelle Bachelet (Bachelet) joins other heads of state from 28 countries to attend the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing on Sunday and Monday. What significance is it for Chile to take part in the forum? How can Chile benefit from the Belt and Road initiative?

    By Global Times | 2017/5/14 20:58:39
  • Chinese model more suitable for Africa: envoy

    China and Rwanda have been engaged in close economic and trade partnership for more than two decades. While China is capable of boosting Rwanda's investment and trade, Rwanda plays a vital role in China's One Belt and One Road initiative.

    By Global Times | 2017/4/17 17:53:39
  • New Delhi, Beijing need to mitigate frictions

    China and India seem to be at loggerheads on a number of bilateral, regional and international issues now. What are the fundamental differences between the two? As China rises and the Asian dynamics keeps changing, where is the Sino-India relationship headed in the future?

    By Global Times | 2017/4/4 17:43:39
  • Can Russia and China join efforts to counter THAAD?

    The realistic option would be increased information sharing between Moscow and Beijing on THAAD and the US military presence in Northeast Asia, as well as joint exercises like the one held in May 2016.

    By Global Times | 2017/3/27 19:18:39
  • US, China should accommodate each other

    Since taking office in January, US President Donald Trump's Asia-Pacific policy has been closely watched by China and other Asia-Pacific countries given the rising uncertainties in the Korean Peninsula and the South China Sea.

    By Global Times | 2017/3/13 15:43:39
  • China-Sri Lanka ties going strong at 60

    China and Sri Lanka celebrates the 60th anniversary of their diplomatic ties this year. As Sri Lanka assumes a strategic position in the Indian Ocean, Chinese investments in the country and the Sri Lanka-China friendship, which has lasted for centuries through the ancient maritime Silk Road, have often been viewed in the context of geopolitical competition. What is the current status of the bilateral relationship between China and Sri Lanka? How can the role of Chinese investments in Sri Lanka be evaluated objectively? Global Times (GT) reporter Yu Jincui spoke to Dr. Karunasena Kodituwakku (Kodituwakku), the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the People's Republic of China, on these issues.

    By Global Times | 2017/2/20 19:28:39
  • New Cold War more dangerous than any previous conflict: Pilger

    I'm not a futurist; but Trump's clearly deliberate provocations on Taiwan and trade spell danger. I'm not suggesting he wants a war with China; but with the US military on China's doorstep with Aegis and THAAD missile systems, and saber-rattling rather than diplomacy the order of the day, there is a landscape of potential mistakes and accidents between the two countries. These are fragile times.

    By Global Times | 2016/12/13 19:58:39
  • Time to think about power with others: Nye

    What I argue near the end of the book is we are going to have to start thinking about not just power over others, but power with others.

    By Global Times | 2016/10/25 21:33:39
  • Brexit marks rise of anti-establishment populism

    The UK decision to leave the EU has brought added turbulence and uncertainty globally. Martin Jacques (Jacques), a senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University, and a visiting professor at Tsinghua University, shared his thoughts over the major issue with Global Times (GT) London correspondent Sun Wei recently.

    By Sun Wei | 2016/7/31 18:34:42
  • Taiwan risky crux in Sino-US relations

    It is not the case that there is no country willing to become our allies, but one whether the Chinese government wants to be ally of other countries.

    By Global Times | 2016/7/20 15:03:00
  • China, Turkey united by anti-terror cause

    In 2010, Turkey and China upgraded their bilateral relationship to the level of strategic cooperation. We believe that new projects will contribute positively to our relationship and that we can work together and enhance cooperation to support global efforts aiming to create a new synergy.

    By Global Times | 2016/7/19 23:42:07
  • China-Japan-South Korea trilateral summits aim at East Asian FTA

    If China wants to transform from a trader of quantity to a trader of quality, it must seal the deals of the FTA with its two neighbors.

    By Global Times | 2016/7/11 22:23:27
  • Albright: US rebalance not about limits, containment

    Patriotism is one thing, to be proud of your country, but if you are nationalist, when you hate or mistrust another country and blame another country for your problems, that is very dangerous.

    By Global Times | 2016/6/20 23:08:00
  • China needs patience in Africa deals

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