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The UN at 75: Human rights contribution of Global South
In celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, we need to acknowledge the role of the Global South led by China in broadening the definition of human rights to the benefit of all.
How will the US react to WTO panel ruling?
According to a World Trade Organization panel, the United States has violated rules and its own public commitment in its unprecedented trade dispute with China.
Coronavirus and Trump's policies hurting beleaguered American universities
Asia is on the rise and the U.S. on the decline in the latest rankings of the world's best universities. COVID-19 and Donald Trump's xenophobia is exacerbating this trend.
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The UN at 75: Human rights contribution of Global South

By Tom Zwart

In celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, we need to acknowledge the role of the Global South led by China in broadening the definition of human rights to the benefit of all.

How individualism trumped the common good on mask wearing

By Tom Fowdy

Insistence on hallowed individual rights over the wider interests of common good has meant the West suffering from the ravages of COVID-19 far worse than in Asia.

How will the US react to WTO panel ruling?

By Kong Qingjiang

According to a World Trade Organization panel, the United States has violated rules and its own public commitment in its unprecedented trade dispute with China.

CIFTIS reveals foreign confidence in China's market for financial services

By Andy Mok

The just-concluded CIFTIS revealed strong foreign confidence in the Chinese market for advanced financial services, which is most encouraging.

Liberalization of services sector will be boon for all

By Siriwan Chutikamoltham

President Xi Jinping's speech at the Global Trade in Services Summit earlier this month is a reiteration of China's policy, announced in 2017, to liberalize the country's services sector.

Black Myth an indicator of China's rising creative powers

By Jorge Holloway

As China's creative industries flourish, video games are increasingly gunning for the attention of the world's gaming population.

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Coronavirus and Trump's policies hurting beleaguered American universities

By Mitchell Blatt

Asia is on the rise and the U.S. on the decline in the latest rankings of the world's best universities. COVID-19 and Donald Trump's xenophobia is exacerbating this trend.

Bring Iran into the tent but not for containment

By Jin Liangxiang

The steps being taken by Donald Trump to tackle the perceived regional threat posed by Iran may have some impact, but cannot truly solve the problem while the old American logic is followed.

China's post-pandemic economic recovery augurs well for the world

By Sajjad Malik

The latest economic data emerging from China is good news for everyone around the world struggling to cope with the economic impact of COVID-19.

 
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