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Bolton firing brings more instability to Trump admin
With the departure of John Bolton one day before September 11, does it mean Trump wants to change course?
What Adrian Darya 1 tells us about US foreign policy
The Iranian oil tanker, Adrian Darya 1, has allegedly discharged its oil in Syria despite U.S. efforts to prevent it doing so. What does this incident demonstrate about the current strategy of U.S. sanctions against Iran?
Jointly mapping Afghanistan's future offers new hope
China and Pakistan are joining the efforts to map out a viable program for the settlement of a decades-long conflict in Afghanistan.
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Mid-Autumn Day: A time for family and mooncakes

By Rachana Gupta

Mid-Autumn Festival is a holiday steeped in tradition and history, but has always been a time for family and more recently, delicious mooncakes.

Jointly mapping Afghanistan's future offers new hope

By Daniel Hyatt

China and Pakistan are joining the efforts to map out a viable program for the settlement of a decades-long conflict in Afghanistan.

First Kenya fuel shipment to China solidifies ongoing partnership

By Stephen Ndegwa

Kenya has shipped its first cargo of crude oil to China, opening up great prospects for a closer partnership and enhancement of its own economic development.

Fall of Zao raises questions about personal security

By Barry He

A Chinese app offering an easy way to create deepfake videos was an instant hit with the market, but is now at the center of growing concern over personal privacy issues.

The controversy behind college admissions

By Mathew Wong

Governments and universities need to continue to help students from minority backgrounds and underprivileged communities enter college while paying attention to the effect of "reverse discrimination."

China making big strides in artificial intelligence

By Rachana Gupta

China is making a huge effort to become a world-leading innovator in the field of artificial intelligence (AI).

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Japan-ROK trade war marred by history

By Mitchell Blatt

Japan and ROK's current trade war is rooted in numerous historical grievances but both sides need to put the past behind them and work out a solution that would benefit its citizens.

Whether he jumped or was pushed, John Bolton fortunately is gone

By Sajjad Malik

Whether he was sacked or resigned, the departure of John Bolton as U.S. National Security Advisor brings a sense of relief that American foreign policy may become less aggressive.

What Adrian Darya 1 tells us about US foreign policy

By George N. Tzogopoulos

The Iranian oil tanker, Adrian Darya 1, has allegedly discharged its oil in Syria despite U.S. efforts to prevent it doing so. What does this incident demonstrate about the current strategy of U.S. sanctions against Iran?

 
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Freshmen start university life with artistic acceptance letters

In September, many colleges and universities in China are starting a new school year in succession. Upon opening Tsinghua University's admission letter, a micro 3D school gate will stand erect.