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APEC 2018: China's roles and expectations
China has played a major role in APEC since it joined and is expected to be a strong voice against trade protectionism in the upcoming APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea.
Time to remember a war waged to end all wars
WWI was supposed to bring an end to war for humanity. It failed, but its 100th anniversary is a good time to reject the narrow nationalism.
Midterm election 'blue wave' fails to appear
In the U.S. congressional midterm elections, the Democrats focused on the wrong things. Their identity politics were rejected as voters favored candidates who focused on jobs, meaning Trump's policies for his blue-collar power base basically continuing unchanged.
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APEC 2018: China's roles and expectations

By Rachana Gupta

China has played a major role in APEC since it joined and is expected to be a strong voice against trade protectionism in the upcoming APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea.

WIC sheds light on Chinese solutions to cyberspace governance

By Manisha Chakraborty

The World Internet Conference is important for every country and every international organization, as they share the responsibility of harnessing the enormous potential of innovation for everyone.

Post-midterm: Trump's risks, Washington's bigger drama

By Shi Weicheng

Washington may see much bigger dramas than even those witnessed so far in the Trump presidency following the midterm election that gave the Democrats control of the House.

How will China's pledge to import much more be achieved?

By He Shuquan

The current China International Import Expo (CIIE) is symbolic of the ways the country is seeking to integrate itself with the world economy and open up its market to foreign goods and services.

Uncertainty and expectations on the upcoming US midterm election

By Shi Weicheng

The jury is still out on the hotly contested U.S. midterm election and how this referendum on President Trump could reshape the Republican Party, domestic politics and international relations.

How the CIIE differs from other expos?

By He Shuquan

The First China International Import Expo (CIIE) differs from other trade fairs and expos in three stand-out ways.

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Time to remember a war waged to end all wars

By Sajjad Malik

WWI was supposed to bring an end to war for humanity. It failed, but its 100th anniversary is a good time to reject the narrow nationalism.

Midterm election 'blue wave' fails to appear

By Sumantra Maitra

In the U.S. congressional midterm elections, the Democrats focused on the wrong things. Their identity politics were rejected as voters favored candidates who focused on jobs, meaning Trump's policies for his blue-collar power base basically continuing unchanged.

Russians take lead to bring sanity to war-torn Afghanistan

By Sajjad Malik

A new effort to bring peace to devastated Afghanistan has been launched by the Russians, with encouragement merely from the fact that all sides on the long conflict have been brought together.

 
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CIIE shows both China's charm and sense of responsibility

The China International Import Expo (CIIE) is currently underway in Shanghai. Its most distinctive feature is that it is the first State-level exhibition in the world promoting imports.