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Brexit row threatens to reshape political power in Britain
The Brexit crisis gripping British politics seems likely to lead to a significant realignment of political forces that challenges the country's ruling class.
US ban on Huawei detrimental to both sides
The latest U.S. measures against Huawei will strike a serious blow to the global information and communications industrial chain.
War with Iran irrational for US
U.S. war with Iran is irrational for America when looking at the lessons of the Iraq war and taking into account the size of the Iranian military and country.
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Brexit row threatens to reshape political power in Britain

By Robert Griffiths

The Brexit crisis gripping British politics seems likely to lead to a significant realignment of political forces that challenges the country's ruling class.

US ban on Huawei detrimental to both sides

By Zhang Maorong

The latest U.S. measures against Huawei will strike a serious blow to the global information and communications industrial chain.

Encouraging signs in the promotion of dialogue

By Harvey Dzodin

Two major events I attended last week in Beijing and Nanjing encourage great optimism that the Belt and Road Initiative and related programs will enjoy huge success.

Dialogue of civilizations opens up prospects for global development

By Md Enamul Hassan

The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC) currently underway in Beijing is a great opportunity to promote dialogue and develop a joint approach to the world's numerous problems.

Factors bolstering China's consumption will continue to generate results in the long-term

By Rachana Gupta

China's domestic consumption is now its key economic growth driver and consumption levels are expected to continue growing in the coming years.

Sincere but firm

China will not compromise its core interests despite mounting U.S. pressure.

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War with Iran irrational for US

By Mitchell Blatt

U.S. war with Iran is irrational for America when looking at the lessons of the Iraq war and taking into account the size of the Iranian military and country.

Will CDAC serve as a catalyst for Asian exchange?

By Niranjan Sahoo

The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations offers an unprecedented exchange among Asian neighbors. Let's hope it leads to more such initiatives in the future.

BRI defies critics with practical results

By George N. Tzogopoulos

Critics of the Belt and Road Initiative should look instead to the widespread support of its participating nations and its practical results before drawing erroneous conclusions.

 
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In Focus>>

We choose dialogue, not conflict

The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC) was convened in Beijing this month. Focusing on the keyword "civilization," participants shared their experiences on governance, and discussed such topics as the diversity of civilizations.