Critical stage for building a beautiful China calls for country’s firm resolve

While some foreigners might regard China’s insistence on the construction of an “ecological civilization” as merely paying lip service to environmental and ecological protection, the remarkable changes that

New drivers of growth set to prove their potential

The Chinese economy has gradually entered a stage of restorative growth after the pandemic and will shift to expansionary growth as it gradually returns to a normal track

Why Yellen’s visit to China wins recognition from both countries

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently concluded her visit to China, summarizing conversations during the four-day trip as “direct, substantive, and productive.” The Chinese side also described the

Solomon Islands resists West’s arm-twisting

Since establishing diplomatic ties with Beijing in 2019, the Solomon Islands has been under constant pressure from the “charm offensives” of some Western countries, particularly the United States

China-US climate change cooperation boon for the international community

In yet another sign that both sides are making efforts to halt the downward spiral in China-US relations, John Kerry, US President Joe Biden’s special envoy for climate

It will take concrete moves from US to move ties forward on surer footing

With the Joe Biden administration reportedly planning further restrictive measures regarding the United States’ chip exports and investments in China, how Beijing responds will show how much it

Yellen’s visit comes with pragmatic expectations

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s visit to China from Thursday to Sunday comes at a critical time for bilateral ties, and therefore technically it is a test of

Message sent and received, hopefully understood

China’s announcement that it will impose controls on exports of some gallium and germanium products from Aug 1 has sparked consternation. The metals are key materials for

IAEA’s report good for Tokyo, bad for world

Tokyo should by no means consider the so-called final safety review that the International Atomic Energy Agency submitted to the Japanese government on Tuesday as a green light

Underlying issues fertile ground for unrest

The riots in France, which erupted nationwide after a teenager of North African descent was shot dead by police during a traffic stop on June 27, have shaken

Sino-US science deal renewal a stabilizing move

In an attempt to chip away at the already shaky foundations of the China-US relationship, some Republican lawmakers on Tuesday urged the US State Department to not renew

Strategic independence promotes win-win China-New Zealand ties

When President Xi Jinping visited New Zealand in 2014, he wrote in a signed article published in The New Zealand Herald that “the two countries have set many

Incident in Moscow should spur efforts to accelerate the Ukraine peace process

The world has had attentive eyes on Moscow, as Wagner Group mercenaries advanced on the Russian capital before their leader Yevgeny Prigozhin ordered them to turn back to

NATO divisions cast into stark relief

NATO member countries are expected to inaugurate a new leader at the organization’s July 11-12 summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, to succeed its current Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, whose term

Why Chinese premier pays first overseas visit to Europe

At the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the French government, Chinese Premier Li Qiang is scheduled to visit the two countries from June 18-23, which sends

Joe Biden administration needs to take real actions not just window dressing to mend ties

Apparently, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Qin Gang and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken discussed the pressing need to “responsibly manage” the Sino-US relationship to “avoid

China’s poverty eradication and its implications for global human rights governance

With more than 40 years of reform and opening-up, China has eradicated extreme poverty, lifted about 800 million people out of poverty, and brought over 400 million people

China-Arab engagement not zero-sum game

With reportedly more than 3,500 government and business officials from China and Arab countries participating, and $10 billion in investment agreements signed on its first day, the 10th

Words may sound bitter yet offer good advice

Chinese Ambassador to the Republic of Korea Xing Haiming met with the ROK’s main opposition Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung in Seoul on Thursday to exchange views on

Timely reminder for Von der Leyen that Europe is Europe, not the US

With her idea of “de-risking” now becoming the official trademark of the West’s China policy, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is now pushing for that to

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