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China's rapid rebound highlights the strength of its COVID-19 response
China's GDP growth of 4.9% in the third quarter is the result of the country's aggressive and uncompromising approach to containing the COVID-19 pandemic and its success in quashing the second wave.
FOCAC: 20 years of achievements and strong branding
Since its establishment in 2000, FOCAC, after 20 years of substantive practice and action, has become an important platform and effective mechanism for collective dialogue between China and African countries.
Global vaccine cooperation to fight pandemic
In joining the WHO's coronavirus vaccine initiative, China has pledged to donate over 2 billion doses to the world. At the same time, the country has also criticized what it describes as "vaccine nationalism" by certain countries.
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FOCAC: 20 years of achievements and strong branding

By He Wenping

Since its establishment in 2000, FOCAC, after 20 years of substantive practice and action, has become an important platform and effective mechanism for collective dialogue between China and African countries.

China leads the way in boosting South-South cooperation

By Ritu Raj Subedi

The worldwide ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic have made South-South cooperation even more important, and China is playing a major role in achieving this.

Xiong'an: Exploring China's futuristic city

By Jiao Yongli

Xiong'an, in China's Hebei province, will be built into a "city of the future," and its planning process demonstrates a systematic exploration of new urban development paradigms.

China on target to build a moderately prosperous society

By Manisha Chakraborty

Having already had more than 850 million people exit poverty, China is making the final push to achieve its goal of eliminating poverty by the end of this year.

Recovering better, rising stronger

By Liu Zhenmin

It is critical that the UN system spearheads the efforts to build and maintain partnerships through a networked multilateral system, which must respond to the hopes, fears and insecurities of the people we serve. And only with that, the future we want can be secured.

Pressing need for a viable vaccine underlines necessity of cooperation

By Josef Gregory Mahoney

Finding a real solution for global cooperation for the immediate goal of addressing COVID-19 carries existential implications far beyond those already associated with the pandemic. The pressing need to cooperate on multiple fronts through multilateralism indicates that not doing so only increases health and security risks for all.

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Boris Johnson's Brexit tactics put Britain on the brink

By Tom Fowdy

Boris Johnson's threats to walk away from a trade deal with the EU makes one wonder whether the whole idea of Brexit ever made any sense.

UK poverty soars amid coronavirus

By Robert Griffiths

Soaring poverty in the U.K. means that the country needs a deeper, more far-reaching social change.

What future for the Eastern Mediterranean?

By George N. Tzogopoulos

A recent visit to Greece by State Councilor Yang Jiechi highlights China's concern, as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, in rising tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean that seem hard to resolve.

 
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Palace Museum at 600: Old palace, new vitality

As the most important activity in a series of commemorative events, an exhibition titled "Everlasting Splendor: Six Centuries at the Forbidden City" is being held at the Palace Museum in Beijing.