Fuss about policing deal much ado about nothing

Pat Conroy, Australia’s minister for defense industry and minister for international development and the Pacific, pledged A$35 million ($23.13 million) in policing assistance to neighboring East Timor on

Knee-jerk reaction to Tel Aviv’s UNRWA charges shows some countries putting cart before horse

Israel’ s intention in alleging that 12 staff members of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East were involved in Hamas’ Oct

Reality check for DPP authorities on Taiwan

As Taiwan braces for a third term of pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party authorities, so too will it face the political reality of a shrinking “diplomatic” recognition. Lai

Rallying call for concerted fight against terrorism

The white paper the State Council Information Office published on Tuesday offers a systemic review of the institutional progress the country has made in the fight against terrorism,

Ban on EV batteries hurts US interests

In yet another move to decouple from China, US lawmakers have banned the Defense Department from buying electric vehicle batteries produced by China’s biggest battery manufacturers on the

Actions must be taken to boost confidence as recovery on healthy upward trajectory

Despite external pressure and internal difficulties, China’s economy rebounded with a growth rate of 5.2 percent last year, surpassing the official annual target of around 5 percent, according

China working to overcome global trust deficit

The 54th annual gathering of the World Economic Forum, which opened at the Swiss ski resort of Davos on Monday, provides another opportunity for more than 60 heads

Tariff reductions show country continues to open its market

Since Jan 1 of this year, China has begun implementing provisional import tax rates lower than the most-favored-nation rate on 1,010 types of goods from foreign countries, with

Visit carries forward momentum of cooperation

The ongoing visit by Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Egypt, Tunisia, Togo and Cote d’Ivoire, from Saturday to Thursday, continues the 34-year tradition of African countries being the

Self-revolution essential for CPC’s vitality

For anyone curious about the governance philosophy of the Communist Party of China, the communique of the third plenum of the 20th CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection

Lid must be kept on Korean Peninsula tensions

Both Pyongyang and Seoul have good reasons to be pessimistic about the prospect of inter-Korea relations in 2024. The present state of affairs on the peninsula does not

China-US diplomatic ties need recalibration after 45 years

New Year’s Day of Year 2024 marks the 45th anniversary of the establishment of China-U.S. diplomatic relations. Over the past years, the China-U.S. relationship has experienced ups

Reform and opening-up still key to development

This year marked the 45th anniversary of China launching its reform and opening-up policy. The country has made great achievements over the past 45 years because of the

‘Exclusion law’ as prejudiced as its predecessor

A state law in Florida came into effect in July, which among other things prohibits the state’s public universities from offering anyone living in one of six countries

Some less than happy at elevated neighbors’ ties

Several weeks ago, Hanoi designated both the United States and Japan as “comprehensive strategic partners”. This is Vietnam’s highest official designation for a diplomatic relationship and one that

HKSAR’s District Council election fully demonstrates quality democracy

Various sectors of Hong Kong have spoken highly of the 7th District Council Ordinary Election of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) as a high-quality election with democracy

By keeping a clear eye on the mutual benefits China and EU can inject impetus into relations

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the comprehensive strategic partnership between China and the European Union and the 25th anniversary of the China-EU leaders’

Trust deficit primary challenge to overcome

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned on Sunday that the military alliance should “be prepared for bad news” from Ukraine as Russia’s special military operation there continues into its

China playing its part by ensuring its steps to address climate challenge are meaningful

This year has been the hottest on record. The latest in a sweltering series of record-breaking years in which too many climate-related disasters have been witnessed. UN

Legacy of Kissinger shouldn’t be squandered

Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 100, will always be remembered for the key role he played in

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