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Trump's China-bashing tactic helps his reelection bid, poisons relationship

Facing a cascading coronavirus onslaught and the tumult of the impending presidential election in November, US President Donald Trump and his team are playing the "China-bashing" card again, a ritual the cohort of China hawks in Washington find useful and expedient to shirk responsibility and guilt. Besides, dereliction of their duty has caused the traumatic mess and human loss in the US.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/9 11:04:52

Blame game diminishes Western appeal to Chinese people

Blaming China for the spread of COVID-19 is such a lie. As all kinds of unscientific speculations, unfounded accusations and lies spread, the West is relinquishing its soft power. Here are four facts people need to know.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/9 10:04:10

China-US Cold War 2.0 unlikely after pandemic ends

Will COVID-19 permanently change the world order? Will it spark an anti-globalization trend once it's over? How will it influence China-US relations? Professor and Cold War expert Odd Arne Westad (Westad) at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, shared his insights with Global Times reporter Bai Yunyi in an exclusive interview.
Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2020/5/8 3:32:27

China firmly opposes US support for Taiwan's participation in UN

The US UN mission has gravely interfered with China's internal affairs by openly supporting Taiwan's participation in the United Nations, said a spokesperson of the permanent mission of China to the UN.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/5/2 16:06:39

China-US relations at a low ebb but decoupling not the answer

The ever-growing nationalist tide in the US seems to have soured on China amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, while the Chinese public's attitudes toward the US political system have continued to become less favorable. Two surveys released in one month have come to the same conclusion: There is not much "love" left between the US and China.
Source: Global Times | 2020/5/1 15:44:08

Trump should be political Batman for US in crisis

During his interview with Reuters on Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said China "will do anything they can" to prevent him from being reelected. How pretentious this president is.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/30 19:19:29

US pushes S.China Sea hegemony amid pandemic

The US Navy said on April 21 that the USS America and two other vessels entered the South China Sea. In the face of the raging coronavirus epidemic in the US, Washington has shown no intention to halt pressuring China on the South China Sea issue.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/30 17:39:32

Nobody accountable in US despite rising virus deaths

While millions of lives are threatened by the #COVID19, the #US is still seeing endless debates over #federalism instead of full cooperation between the federal and state governments. How could people expect accountability mechanisms come into play in such a country?
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/16 21:33:41

US hegemony in peril amid COVID-19 pandemic

Despite the ups and downs, the general trend of globalization is irreversible. Since the US is somehow willing to give up its constructive role in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the history will inevitably move forward to completely turn the page of US hegemony.
Source: Global Times | 2020/4/11 15:48:40

China's help to virus-hit US triumphs over political bias

Given malicious anti-China rhetoric by some US politicians, a divergence of views emerged within China about whether or not to support the US in the fight against the coronavirus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/29 21:30:24

US virus cases to surpass China in April: experts

The COVID-19 epidemic in the US is worsening sharply as the federal government approved major disaster declarations for New York, California and Washington states, and the situation in Washington DC worsened, with local police shutting down streets to stop mass gatherings.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/23 23:48:40

Chinese sign petitions asking Trump's apology for irresponsible COVID-19 tweet

More than 120,800 people have signed petitions asking US President Donald Trump to apologize for calling COVID-19 “the Chinese Virus” in a tweet and condemning his behavior, with an expert noting that his move could be seen as political, showing how irresponsible Trump is as a leader.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/18 23:07:17

US must stop stigmatizing China and work together against virus: expert

Many Chinese people living in the US said they were confused by the US government's measures to deal with the spread of the COVID-19, with an expert noting that only when the US stops stigmatizing China and abandons competitive thinking against major countries can China and the US achieve a win-win in tackling the coronavirus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/18 13:27:46

White House dictating COVID-19 information a new height in US govt-media tussle

While the US points fingers at China's coronavirus control efforts, the Trump administration has restricted the epidemic updates to seal off medical information from the media to control the narrative of their public health crisis, which brought the administration's media tussle to a new height.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/12 18:33:40

US senator lauds thriving San Francisco-Shanghai sister-city link

Senior US Senator Dianne Feinstein Tuesday praised the growing sister-city relationship between the western US city of San Francisco and China's Shanghai by saying she is proud of the partnership.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/2/20 7:50:16

US prejudice toward China limits effective coronavirus assistance

China has always welcomed health experts from all countries to help China tackle the outbreak. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Shuang said on Monday, “The foreign experts in the China-WHO Joint Mission have arrived in Beijing and started their work. There are experts from the US in the mission.” This collapses those groundless accusations from the US media outlets and officials.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/19 13:48:40

Flu outbreak reveals US' true colors

While people in China and around the world are actively cooperating to combat the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) outbreak, some US politicians and media are making accusations against China, questioning the effectiveness of its response to the epidemic. However, the US sees frequent outbursts of influenza, and its government not only reacts with extremely low efficiency but also remains silent. The contrast has revealed a US double standard.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/19 13:19:11

Trump administration out of touch with generous spirit of the American public

From the perspectives of both the sentiment of generosity and the pursuit of self-interest, US society is more aware of the challenges presented by the outbreak than its government. Only by transcending national boundaries and ideological prejudices can the international community, including China, overcome these tough challenges together.
Source: Global Times | 2020/2/18 13:16:27