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What US travel warnings tell us about America
Numerous countries have issued candid advice to travelers to the U.S. due to increasing violence, largely stemming from its ongoing inability to enforce meaningful gun control measures.
What is behind increase in US murder rate?
The rate of single-victim and mass murders in America has risen significantly in 2022.
UK's U-turn puts America first, Britain last
​At the request of the U.S., the British government halted the takeover of Newport Wafer Fab, undermining jobs and investment. How much longer can the U.K. compromise its economy to appease American interests?
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Competition vs. conflict

By Liang Xiao

"Competition" is an unavoidable topic when discussing the Sino-American status quo. As the world's two largest economies, they are still figuring out ways to get along.

Win-win China-Arab ties cooperate more

By Ma Xiaolin

China's cooperation with the Arab countries still has a lot of potential to tap.

Uncle Sam throws allies to the wolves

The dire consequences of the Ukraine conflict and the new U.S. investment plan should be enough to disabuse anyone naive enough to harbor the notion that Washington is looking out for their interests.

Two outlooks for 2023. Will it be heads or tails?

By Edward Tse

At a time when the global economy is plagued by uncertainties, China is firmly committed to opening-up and is also set to create opportunities for global development in 2023.

Misperception undermines China-US confidence building

By Xu Bu

Facing profound changes unseen in a century, China and the U.S. should join hands to overcome extraordinary obstacles to provide the world with more opportunities.

Climate justice for our patients

By Elisa de Siqueira

The difference between 1.5°C and 2°C or even 2.7°C global warming by 2030, as projected last year by the UN Environment Program, is life-threatening, and for many people around the world means a dire outlook in an already harsh situation.

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Was the Colorado nightclub shooting caused by hate speech?

By Mitchell Blatt

Just before midnight on Nov. 19, a killer entered a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs and murdered five people. Was anti-LGBT rhetoric from American politicians to blame?

UK's U-turn puts America first, Britain last

​By Tom Fowdy

​At the request of the U.S., the British government halted the takeover of Newport Wafer Fab, undermining jobs and investment. How much longer can the U.K. compromise its economy to appease American interests?

​Sunak's tough job ahead

By Mitchell Blatt

Not long after U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak took office, the country entered another recession. Regardless of how long he can hold onto power, he must deal with the tough job ahead of him.

 
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Chasing the stars: Behind China's space program

The Shenzhou-15 manned spacecraft was successfully launched into space. Today, I'd like to tell you some stories about China's astronauts.