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​PM Oli's visit elevates Sino-Nepalese ties to new high
The leaders of two nations will bear friendly historical references in mind as they move to seize on new opportunities to take their bilateral bond to a new high.
China needs confidence and resolve in face of trade war
In the course of development, China will undoubtedly be confronted with various challenges, but we must not complain, knowing that with confidence and resolve we can achieve our goals.
SCO charts a formal course ahead against protectionism
If the SCO can utilize its weight in geopolitics, it will be a phenomenal change in providing stability in Asia, at a time when the Western economies are retracing back to protectionism and isolationism.
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​PM Oli's visit elevates Sino-Nepalese ties to new high

By Ritu Raj Subedi 

The leaders of two nations will bear friendly historical references in mind as they move to seize on new opportunities to take their bilateral bond to a new high.

China needs confidence and resolve in face of trade war

By Wang Xiaohui

In the course of development, China will undoubtedly be confronted with various challenges, but we must not complain, knowing that with confidence and resolve we can achieve our goals.

​Outcomes of China's opening up and reform only tell half the story

By Haifa Said

Looking back at the 40 years since China's reform and opening up policy was born, results are only part of the story; equally remarkable are the methods used to continually adapt and apply reforms.

Nepali communists hog the limelight

By Ritu Raj Subedi

Despite their growing popularity, the Nepali communist parties, including the CPN, have confronted several problems with insufficient ideological orientation for their cadres.

Xi's SCO speech maps out new action plans for future cooperation

By Rabi Sankar Bosu

President Xi's speech at the 18th SCO summit in Qingdao has unveiled a new horizon, opened up a new world of peace and prosperity.

All for one or one for all?

By Hu Biliang

Clarifying the misunderstanding surrounding the Belt and Road Initiative

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SCO charts a formal course ahead against protectionism

By Sumantra Maitra

If the SCO can utilize its weight in geopolitics, it will be a phenomenal change in providing stability in Asia, at a time when the Western economies are retracing back to protectionism and isolationism.

Italy and Spain, united against austerity

By George N. Tzogopoulos

Despite the media's focus on their political differences, the new governments of Italy and Spain may prove formidable allies against the German-led economic austerity of the EU.

Life is a 'pitch'

By Remy Clark and Eugene Clark

The idea that everyone is in sales is important because to increase your selling power is to be more effective as a person.

 
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Qingdao: A thriving coastal city

More than 2,500 years ago, Confucius said, "What a joy to have friends coming from afar." Over the weekend, the 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit was held in Qingdao, located in Shandong Province where Confucius was born.