China-Japan ties for next 50 years

The China-Japan Joint Statement, inked by the two countries’ governments on Sept 29, 1972, put a complete end to the post-war confrontation and isolation between Beijing and Tokyo,

Measures can spur momentum of foreign trade

In spite of all the clamor about boosting domestic consumption as the main driver of growth, and the endeavors to that effect, foreign trade, export-oriented processing in particular,

Meloni’s victory another sign of public discontent in Europe

With her party, Brothers of Italy, winning the most votes in the country’s national election, Giorgia Meloni is set to become Italy’s first female prime minister. That

Global efforts for peace and prosperity needed

The more severe and complex the international situation becomes, the more urgent it is for countries to maintain communication and interaction. That the Chinese delegation was one of

Irresponsible to say pandemic is over

The pandemic is by no means over. “We are still in the tunnel. We are just beginning to glimpse the light at the end of that tunnel,”

United Nations should serve as venue for promoting unity, not confrontation

Rather than coming to an end, the conflict in Ukraine seems set to escalate. Nobody can tell to what extent. The gloomy prospects for the most devastating

Sino-Russian ties contribute to regional stability

As two of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, as well as two major pillars of the United Nations-centered international system, both China and

Why Pope Francis chose to highlight religious freedom during his visit to Kazakhstan

Pope Francis spent three days in Kazakhstan, starting Sept. 13, 2022, to attend the Seventh Congress of World and Traditional Religions. The pope met with religious leaders, called

Tragic ignoring of science during pandemic

In its report released on Wednesday, the Lancet COVID-19 Commission, drawing on more than two years of work from over 170 global experts, painted a lamentable picture of

Hard to conclude AUKUS partnership not engaged in nuclear proliferation

Upon the establishment of their AUKUS alliance one year ago, the United Kingdom and the United States announced that they would transfer nuclear submarine technology to Australia.

Act aimed at inducing proxy war

The United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s approval of the so-called Taiwan Policy Act on Wednesday marks another dangerous step toward a green light being given to the

Inexhaustible well of friendship between China and Kazakhstan

President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Kazakhstan on Wednesday on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries will usher in the next

Safeguarding momentum of China-Japan cooperation in interests of both countries

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan. With their strategic vision and political wisdom, former Chinese and Japanese leaders

New page begins for Central Asia and China

From Sept 14 to 16, President Xi Jinping will attend the 22nd Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Samarkand, Uzbekistan,

Economic framework for prosperity advances objectives that are not in Asia-Pacific’s interests

With ministers from 14 countries participating in the “Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity” in Los Angeles for their first in-person meeting, the United States-proposed mechanism may finally take

China and India can be pillars of Asian Century

It is estimated that India overtook the United Kingdom to be the world’s fifth-largest economy in March, after the United States, China, Japan and Germany. China is

Sign of rebounding militarism

The defense budget request made by Japan’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday is the largest ever. If approved, it will continue the country’s soaring military spending over the past

The dilemmas of balancing Sino-Australian relations

Australia has a sui generis evolution — from being Terra Australis Incognita to a penitentiary settlement, to “the lucky country” (due to an abundance of resources and distance

Sign of rebounding militarism

The defense budget request made by Japan’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday is the largest ever. If approved, it will continue the country’s soaring military spending over the past

Washington’s latest attempt at technological hegemony will prompt China to sharpen tools

Washington has intensified its efforts to put a speed limiter on China’s technological capabilities. In its latest attempt to impose a “technological blockade” on China, it has informed

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