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The struggle against Ebola
China is doubling down to help African nations contain the spread of Ebola as numerous political, economic and social challenges continue to plague national and international efforts to fight the deadly virus.
American strategic failure on Iran destroys its credibility
The America's lack of credibility, as evidenced in its inability to come up with a coherent plan in regard to Iran is exacerbating Gulf tensions, the only hope being to keep the lid on until President Trump goes.
Shenzhen: From fishing village to global benchmark city
A tiny fishing village next door to Hong Kong has now become an outstanding model piloting advancement of the socio-economic cause of socialism.
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The struggle against Ebola

By Moyiga Nduru

China is doubling down to help African nations contain the spread of Ebola as numerous political, economic and social challenges continue to plague national and international efforts to fight the deadly virus.

Shenzhen: From fishing village to global benchmark city

By He Shuquan

A tiny fishing village next door to Hong Kong has now become an outstanding model piloting advancement of the socio-economic cause of socialism.

Unfounded accusation

By Zhang Shasha

Economists worldwide decry U.S. currency manipulation slur against China.

Brexit D-Day looms for British parliament

By Robert Griffiths

Parliament resumes on Sept. 3, no nearer a solution of the bitter row over Britain leaving the EU, with none of the Brexit options seemingly able to gain a majority.

Fresh policies to promote a more open Shanghai

By He Shuquan

A new policy was released on Aug. 13 aimed at ensuring Shanghai becomes more open by promoting development of the headquarters economy.

Chinese sci-fi doesn't end with 'Shanghai Fortress'

By Zhang Rui

China's sci-fi filmmaking odyssey will continue despite colossal flop of the recently-released "Shanghai Fortress."

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American strategic failure on Iran destroys its credibility

By Mitchell Blatt

The America's lack of credibility, as evidenced in its inability to come up with a coherent plan in regard to Iran is exacerbating Gulf tensions, the only hope being to keep the lid on until President Trump goes.

Corbyn's political chess move on Brexit

By Heiko Khoo

Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn has introduced a new element into the parliamentary battle over Brexit. It would be unwise to think he has no chance of ousting Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Can US and Turkey really reach agreement on a safe zone?

By Jin Liangxiang

The reported U.S.-Turkey deal on Syria is by no way a solution to their disputes, and their bargaining over Syria's territory is undermining the latter's sovereignty.

 
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Will you give your unwanted items a 'second life'?

The second-hand trade, a kind of transaction which is both traditional and modern, is now very popular among young Chinese people.