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Ozone: A powerful weapon to combat COVID-19 outbreak
Zhou Muzhi, professor of Tokyo Keizai University, expounds his views on three questions: Will the epidemic disappear suddenly? Who is behind the "God's Hand"? What is able to prevent cross infection of the novel coronavirus?
US pressure pushes Iran further right
Donald Trump's policy of "Maximum Pressure" on Iran has backfired, making the country more conservative to rapprochement with the West.
Epidemic impact on global economy temporary
Worries about the impact of the present new coronavirus outbreak on the Chinese and global economy should not be over-stressed and recovery will soon occur.
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Ozone: A powerful weapon to combat COVID-19 outbreak

By Zhou Muzhi

Zhou Muzhi, professor of Tokyo Keizai University, expounds his views on three questions: Will the epidemic disappear suddenly? Who is behind the "God's Hand"? What is able to prevent cross infection of the novel coronavirus?

China's gradual resumption of production big boost for world economy

While China is fighting arduously against the COVID-19, all sectors of the country are striving to gradually resume work and production to minimize economic and social fallout from the outbreak.

Epidemic impact on global economy temporary

By He Shuquan

Worries about the impact of the present new coronavirus outbreak on the Chinese and global economy should not be over-stressed and recovery will soon occur.

The new coronavirus outbreak and growth of Sinophobia

By Tom Zwart

People who use the new coronavirus outbreak in China to express their Sinophobia are totally out of step and need to be condemned.

Solidarity, not stigma, needed in anti-virus battle

The rhetoric that some people have used to stigmatize China's quarantine measures ignored the basic laws of epidemic prevention and control in modern society.

Education evaluation system in China: Competitive or comprehensive?

By Mathew Wong

Chinese educational authorities need to find a more efficient balance between a competitive and comprehensive evaluation system to help alleviate the academic burden on children while cultivating more varied talents for national development.

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The problem with Abenomics

By Michael Roberts and Heiko Khoo

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's policy of "Abenomics" was designed to end Japan's economic stagnation; it has had the opposite effect.

Will the US-Taliban deal bring peace to Afghanistan?

By Sajjad Malik

The path to a lasting peace in Afghanistan is arduous but not impossible as the various factions get ready to talk on top of a U.S.-Taliban agreement.

US pressure pushes Iran further right

By Jin Liangxiang

Donald Trump's policy of "Maximum Pressure" on Iran has backfired, making the country more conservative to rapprochement with the West.

 
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China goes all out to combat coronavirus outbreak

Spring Festival, the most important traditional holiday in China, is normally a time of celebration with families reunion and friends gathering. But this year, the festive season has become rather subdued due to the Novel Coronavirus.