John Ross: How will Brexit crisis affect China-UK economic ties?
When Britain voted in the 2016 Brexit referendum, there were many in Chinese media who naively thought, “Well, that is a democratic decision. Britain will leave the EU.” However, critical issues in the West, as in other societies, are not decided by formal democratic processes but by power and money and the clash of powerful social forces. Therefore, the referendum did not resolve issues but unleashed the deepest British political crisis since World War II.2019.02.15
Liu Zongyi: Time for China-India relations to abandon Western paradigm
It was reported that recently the Indian Navy has commissioned a new full-fledged naval base, Indian naval air station, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The new base, according to Indian military officials and experts, would be used to increase surveillance on Chinese navy vessels and submarines entering the Indian Ocean through the Malacca Straits.2019.02.14
American government: 'Shutdown' vs 'shut up'
The partial federal government shutdown has broken a world record by lasting for over 35 days. This is unique in world history and will be remembered for years to come. Of course, it will not be a glorious story but a shame for the U.S. government and its so-called democratic system.2019.02.14
Zhao Minghao: Smearing Chinese investment won’t help US
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's visit to China last week came amid speculation that Beijing is seeking to build a naval base off the Cambodian coast, claims the prime minister has denied.2019.02.14
Wang Peng: Trump to declare national emergency
U.S. President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency to find the extra funds needed to build his long-promised "Mexico Border Wall," which, as American media is predicting, creates the prospect of a new court battle.2019.02.18
China and U.S., both play a different kind of 'football'
After two weeks since Chinese Vice Premier Liu He finished his visit to the U.S., the latest round of Sino-U.S. trade talks wrapped up in Beijing on February 15 with a positive tone.2019.02.18
Failed conference ‘a lesson’ for the US
A US-hosted conference in Warsaw to pressure Iran received a lukewarm response from US allies, with Chinese analysts saying this could be a lesson for the Trump administration to rethink its unwise hostile policy toward Iran.2019.02.18
Beijing readies for possible high-tech Cold War
In its latest move to maintain leadership in the high-tech sector, the US on Monday rolled out a plan to give artificial intelligence (AI) more priority and resources, a move that Chinese observers warned may represent the formal launch of a new high-technology Cold War.2019.02.18
Chen Dingding: The Trump Administration`s National Security and National Defense Strategies Reveal a Change in Mindset Toward China
Veteran Chinese historian Tan Chung seeks to overturn the concept of `sinocentrism’ with new book `China: A 5,000-Year Odyssey’
Jia Jinjing: This is only a prelude to the Fed`s interest rate hike or trigger a global liquidity war