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George N. Tzogopoulos
Erdogan's future choices
The Turkish president is not seen with sympathy by journalists mainly in the West. But no one questions his statecraft and his stamp on Turkey's policies.
The referendum in Turkey
Sino-American relations after Xi's Florida visit
China's advantage in approaching Australia and New Zealand
Shastri Ramachandaran
Northeast revival key test of supply-side reform
China's northeast, home to the old industrial bases for long, is on the brink of a major economic transformation.
Trump inaugural brings many fears, few cheers
Davos awaits Xi's pitch on responsive leadership
Premier Li keeps economy on course
Eugene Clark
Poetry still has its place in the 21st century
Celebration of World Haiku Day and Poetry and the Creative Mind Day highlights the sometimes forgotten or unappreciated role that poetry plays in our lives.
'I can see clearly now'
Importance of focus
China's quest for a modern 'Civil Law Code'
John Ross
What the world is watching at the Xi-Trump summit
The whole world has an interest in the success of the upcoming Xi Jinping-Trump summit.
An int'l comparison for China's 'moderate prosperity'
Why trade protectionism harms the US people
The world will be listening to Xi Jinping at Davos
Dan Steinbock
Political risk, local pricing returning gold’s lustre
Viewing gold from an exclusive dollar perspective effectively ignores the benefits that global investors — particularly those in emerging economies — derive from adding gold to their portfolio.
Dollar and Chinese currency: mysteries revealed
Why White House versus Fed leads to uncertainty
Trumpin' and thumpin' back to the 1930s
Jin Liangxiang
Why China's role is not very visible in the Middle East
China's consistent policy of maintaining a low profile in the Middle East shouldn't take away from the country's efforts in the region.
Iran's entry should enhance SCO's role
China's role in African security issues
The nature of the Saudi-Iran conflict
Tim Collard
President Xi in Florida - managing a difficult relationship
Not much should be expected from the Trump-Xi meeting, but if the American president is ready to take a more realistic approach to diplomacy, the foundations for a good relationship can be laid.
2017 Boao forum: A welcome projection of soft power
Li Keqiang gives new impetus to the Belt & Road project
China doubles down on global free trade
Heiko Khoo
May's June election
British PM Theresa May tries to present herself as a strong leader who doesn't change her mind. With the calling of a snap election for June, she has again shown this is nonsense.
Dealing with Trump
The Young Marx: Film by Raul Peck
South Korea: corruption, cults and chaebols
Niranjan Sahoo
Implications of Trump's risky gamble on climate change
Trump's regulatory retreat on America's climate change commitments provides China with a rare opportunity to take over the global climate leadership.
Growing expectations from President Xi's US visit
Modi's elections victory sets India's future direction
Dragon and elephant can dance together
Richard de Grijs
Migrant children miss out on school coverage
Efforts to raise the living standard of the nation’s poorest families focus on rural western regions, overlooking migrant worker communities.
Chinese government strongly supports high-level expert advice
A political 'perfect storm' may boost international talent recruitment
US universities alarm at declining Chinese graduate enrollments
Zhang Lijuan
Promote trade for shared prosperity
President Richard Nixon asked three straightforward questions: What do they (China) want? What do we (U.S.) want? And what do we both want? These questions require new answers.
Tougher trade policy does little for job creation
G20 for global economic governance
Make America's trade policy toward China sustainable
Shen Dingli
The uneven story of US-Japan relations
Despite his campaign rhetoric, Trump seems to be learning the rules of the game, and is likely to manage a delicate trilateral relationship with China and Japan.
Trump right to reaffirm US' commitment to one China
Trump's policies divide US, allies
One-China policy is nonnegotiable
Sumantra Maitra
Reminder: North Korea is not Syria
As an American carrier strike force heads for North Korea, it is necessary to remind ourselves that any escalation in that region will be nothing like recent events in Syria.
Turkey turns a page of history
Britain's trade direction and the new Silk Road
Russia is a victim of Jihadism too
Mitchell Blatt
US missile strikes for the cameras
The missile attack on a Syrian airbase ordered by President Donald Trump was designed to impress the American media and the voting public. It did nothing to help those suffering from violence in Syria.
Will Brexit really mean changes?
Terrorism narratives in the West distorted
Trump's attack on American values
Sajjad Malik
US-Russia tiff and peace in Syria
Two key issues in Syria have a direct bearing on the question of achieving lasting peace in the war-torn country.
A new beginning in Sino-US ties
Chemical weapons attack in Syria
Sino-US equation on environment
Giovanni Vimercati
Giovanni Vimercati
Is Europe risking the most in the new Cold War?
A more impoverished Europe is likely if it gives up its political and economic sovereignty in favor of opposing Russia at the U.S.’s behest.
US-Cuba relations: too early to judge
Athens-Moscow: an (un)orthodox alliance?
Merkel dresses down Abe's revisionist tendencies
Jiang Shixue
Globalization is irresistible
A Trump presidential victory and Brexit should not be taken as signs the trend of globalization is receding.
What will Brexit mean for China?
Don't blame China for the Venezuela story
Political changes in Lat-Am not to affect bilateral ties with China
Xu Peixi
The NSA's Orwellian invasion of China
The US spy machine is out of control.
US government lets go of ICANN
Mrs. Obama's visit is a stitch in time
China awakens to its vulnerability to cyber attacks from the US
Yi Xianrong
How big is China's debt risk?
Only by totally abandoning the current growth model of relying on credit investment and the real estate industry, can China's economy get out of the dilemma.
Correctly assessing China's current economic growth
Lower growth target shows new economic priorities
Prospect of RMB depreciation depends on what China’s central bank wants
Fan Jishe
Nuclear security: The end of the beginning
Now that the Nuclear Security Summits are said to have served their purpose, it is time to translate political stances into additional concrete measures and investment in nuclear security.
'Strategic Patience': Failed US North Korea policy
Time to see the big picture of Korean nuke issue
Xi-Obama summit: Shaping the future Sino-US relations
Tylor Claggett
The end of US quantitative easing: What does it mean?
The end of QE3 will have several immediate implications. It also affects China.
Should the US increase its minimum wage?
Mistakes that drove Detroit's decline
Has American democracy lost its way?
Yu Ning
The PBC RRR cut and China's economic transformation
Both the economic data and liquidity figures from recent weeks point to increasing pressures for further and effective easing.
Cooperation on the 'Belt and Road Initiatives'
The deposit insurance system will promote financial reform
PPP model and its impact on APEC
Ember Swift
Subway matchmaking ads reveal marital trends in China
Matchmaking ads in Beijing subways suggest finding a marriage partner is getting more high-tech -- but little has changed.
Possible solutions to rural teachers shortage
Regrets provide a tool for improved learning
China's inevitable path to same-sex marriage
Luo Huaiyu
Xi and Ma's handshake makes history
In terms of symbolism and in a very real sense, the Singapore handshake between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou is a huge step forward.
The hegemonic bus driver on tenterhooks
The US moral standing in Asia
The harmony of Chinese dreams
Danny Quah
The simple arithmetic of China's growth slowdown
China in 2015 is a very different economy from even just 10 years earlier. China has changed far more than the world has in this time.
Decoding the Middle-Income Trap
China's growth could address imbalance
The UK and the Eurozone in the shifting global economy
Mu Guangzong
Is another baby boom likely in relaxed birth control?
The population issue in China today is more a problem of an imbalanced demographic structure, and a super-low birth rate.
Family policy can succeed only with support
Moving toward the ideal gender ratio
Strategy needed to balance population structure
Zhou Shixin
Aung San Suu Kyi's visit to China
Regardless of which party wins the general election in Myanmar, the future government must attach importance to Myanmar's relations with China as China offers the strongest guarantee of Myanmar's prosperity.
Achieving the FTAAP is the destiny of APEC
The AIIB boosts Asian confidence in connectivity
US arms sales to Vietnam might aggravate tensions
Wei Hongxia
What does the US-Cuba reconciliation mean?
The last vestiges of the Cold War in Latin America have been removed. The U.S. is resetting its relations with its southern neighbors and improving its image among them.
US diplomacy in 2014: Confidence and challenges
The impact of Obama's spring East Asia visit
Action stations
Zhao Jinglun
Obituary: Zhao Jinglun
Veteran journalist, academic and China.org.cn columnist Zhao Jinglun passed away Saturday morning at 5:55am.
The Ukraine crisis - who is responsible?
War is cruelty
World order and regime change
May's June election
Pablo Neruda and the poetry of revolutionary struggle
Dealing with Trump
The Young Marx: Film by Raul Peck
South Korea: corruption, cults and chaebols
Donald Trump's future China policy trends
Mocking the US election is a severe misjudgment
The Xi-Ma meeting sets historic milestone
China, ROK and Japan should be in solidarity
'China Threat' not an excuse for US 'Asia-Pacific Pivot'

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