William Jones: Will Congress' Uygur bill provide 'aid and comfort' to our enemies?

Recent legislation, by the U.S. Congress targeting Chinese officials tasked with the goal of preventing terrorism in the northwestern region of China, Xinjiang, will no doubt provide "aid and comfort" to some rather despicable characters who view the United States and China as the "Great Satan," namely supporters of the East Turkestan Independence Movement, labeled by the United States as a terrorist organization shortly after 9/11. ......

​Liu Zhiqin: Does the US have shortage of philosophers?

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​Zhao Minghao: Domestic political infighting takes a toll on Washington’s foreign policy

William Jones: Will Congress' Uygur bill provide 'aid and comfort' to our enemies?

Recent legislation, by the U.S. Congress targeting Chinese officials tasked with the goal of preventing terrorism in the northwestern region of China, Xinjiang, will no doubt provide "aid and comfort" to some rather despicable characters who view the United States and China as the "Great Satan," namely supporters of the East Turkestan Independence Movement, labeled by the United States as a terrorist organization shortly after 9/11. ......

Liu Zhiqin: Does the US have shortage of philosophers?

The US can boast of a good many world renowned scientists, skilled diplomats, top sportsmen and numerous arts and culture icons. There is no shortage of military strategists or writers either. Yet this promised land seems to run low on philosophers. Isn't it paradoxical?This wealthiest country on the Earth has the creme de la creme from all walks of life, and top notch professionals command the best salaries. All types of professionals except philosophers have a market value in the US. They don't have much of a podium, and have a small fan base. Not to mention, their work is not up to American standards. ......

John Ross: Bay Area in vanguard of China’s global march

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is in the vanguard of China’s global economic rise, said John Ross, senior fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China. Technological development in the region stimulated the integrated development of the entire Bay Area, which also contributed to the development of the world economy, Ross said in a speech at Vision China in Macao on Wednesday.......

Wang Wen on Changing World 16: What’s behind the fear to criticize the US?

On August 20, 2019, Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), opened the new column “Wang Wen on Changing World” in Global Times (English edition). Following is the list of all articles. ......