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The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan: It's time to act
Given the economic and humanitarian crisis that the Afghan people are suffering, the international community needs to put the politics aside and find ways to provide financial support and necessary assistance.
Why 'Squid Game' resonates around the world
With slick visuals, great acting and entertaining plotlines, it's no surprise "Squid Game" has been a huge hit in South Korea. But there's more to why the show has found global success.
New railway to power Laos economy
The China-Laos railway, which will be inaugurated next month, is expected to create a new output for trade, business and tourism between Laos and the world's second largest economy.
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High-quality development of BRI good means to tackle turbulence

Promoting connectivity, openness and inclusiveness is the only way to cope with a world that has entered a period of turbulence. The Belt and Road Initiative can play an important role in this.

A heightened commitment in the face of change and crisis

By Zhong Cheng

Our fragile planet is on the brink of a climate catastrophe. It's time to go into emergency mode and mobilize concrete action with solidarity to safeguard our collective future.

Addressing common concerns through cooperation

By Hu Biliang

The Global Development Initiative is particularly significant for BRICS countries, as their ability to take the lead in executing it can contribute a lot to driving the full-fledged development of their respective regions.

Assessing one century of CPC work to map out the future

By Jon Taylor

The impact of the sixth plenum and the resolution on the Party's history creates a clear understanding of China's direction. While this path is clear, the years ahead will likely see further refinements and reforms depending on the conditions and events facing China.

Identifying the underlying causes of Sino-US frictions​

By Lan Xinzhen

Inadaptability to China's rise or speculation on and even miscalculation of the current situation would be detrimental to Sino-U.S. bilateral cooperation.

End-of-war declaration for Korean Peninsula should be more than symbolic

By Wang Junsheng

The end-of-war declaration should be something more than just a symbol – it should be genuinely conducive to building mutual trust between DPRK and the U.S. and advancing the denuclearization process on the peninsula.

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Why 'Squid Game' resonates around the world

By Mitchell Blatt

With slick visuals, great acting and entertaining plotlines, it's no surprise "Squid Game" has been a huge hit in South Korea. But there's more to why the show has found global success.

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan: It's time to act

By Jin Liangxiang

Given the economic and humanitarian crisis that the Afghan people are suffering, the international community needs to put the politics aside and find ways to provide financial support and necessary assistance.

Dialogue necessary for peace on Korean Peninsula

By Tom Fowdy

Washington should show goodwill gestures and make ambitious incentives to promote the political settlement of the Korean Peninsula issue.

 
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