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Macron shows how to deal with Trump
Under Trump and Macron, the U.S. and France may return to a relationship the two countries haven’t had in a very long time.
Joining the AIIB would benefit the American people
Accepting China's invitation of membership in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank would benefit the U.S. in infrastructure and immigration issues.
​Nepal sees stability under South Asia's largest communist party
Now Nepal has a new identity, as its communists have proved that they can rise to power through elections and pursue reforms essential for creating a welfare state.
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Joining the AIIB would benefit the American people

By Caleb T. Maupin

Accepting China's invitation of membership in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank would benefit the U.S. in infrastructure and immigration issues.

​Nepal sees stability under South Asia's largest communist party

By Ritu Raj Subedi

Now Nepal has a new identity, as its communists have proved that they can rise to power through elections and pursue reforms essential for creating a welfare state.

​PM Modi 'corrects course' to mend ties with Nepal

By Ritu Raj Subedi

Indian PM Narendra Modi, during his recent two-day visit to Nepal, has committed to respecting Nepal's territorial integrity and sovereignty.

​Europe should no longer follow the US' lead

By Haifa Said

Europeans have a great opportunity to take the first step on their new path and offer a new alternative multipolar world order based on international law.

Marx's birth bicentenary: Xi leads the way

By Ritu Raj Subedi

As President Xi said, Marxism is an open-ended scientific theory and has the ability to reinvent itself.

China's 40 years of reforms and opening-up offer lesson to India

By Rabi Sankar Bosu

India is a great country but it has a lot to learn from China's approach to economic reform and policy action.

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Macron shows how to deal with Trump

By Sumantra Maitra

Under Trump and Macron, the U.S. and France may return to a relationship the two countries haven’t had in a very long time.

Bloodshed of Palestinians calls for global action

By Sajjad Malik

The latest violence against Palestinians in Gaza amounts to a violation of human rights, and demands a firm and tangible response from the global community.

Putin's power, then and now

By Sajjad Malik

After 18 years as the Russian leader, President Vladimir Putin begins his unprecedented fourth term with more power -- and challenges -- than ever before.

 
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'Avengers 3' reflects transformation of Chinese movie market

The new Disney and Marvel's superhero movie "Avengers: Infinity War" hit the Chinese mainland on May 11. Previously, it raked in US$100 million worldwide in a record 11 days.