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Trumpism proving a hard habit to break for new president Biden
Despite his promise to deviate from the policies of his predecessor, Biden seems content to only deviate from the method rather than the spirit of Trump's policy on China.
How far can the Biden administration go to rebuild trust with China?
The constructive re-engagement of the U.S. and China is important not only to the two world powers, but for the world at large, and Biden has the mindset and experience to make important strides in this direction.
Lessons to be learned from our big neighbor friend China
For Myanmar, we can learn many valuable lessons from China's success as to how it is carrying out measure to realize the Chinese Dream, to make it come true by 2049 or at its 100th anniversary of the founding of its modern nationhood.
Xinjiang people have the final say over their happiness
In today's Xinjiang, no one is forced by unauthorized imams who preach illegally to do what goes against the doctrines of Islam. Local people are busy pursuing their dreams and living and working in peace and contentment.
Vocational education and training is key measure to protect human rights
It is necessary to evaluate the roles of the vocational education and training centers in Xinjiang objectively. Those who spread slanders and distortion will only bring contempt upon themselves.
Chinese FM's visit to Africa consolidates a closer community
State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi's recent visit to five African countries underscores that China is making its due contribution with concrete actions to create a better future for all.
Promoting development cooperation in a global vision
The White Paper on China's International Development Cooperation in the New Era introduces China's views on international development cooperation in the new era, the actions it has taken, and its plans for the future.
Besides economic progress, President Xi's book also sets cultural values
The secret of China's development lies in the ideals its leaders have infused in the country: Chinese-style socialism, which puts the people first.
RCEP: A boost for Asia-Pacific regional economic integration
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) gives a strong impetus to Asia-Pacific regional economic integration and injects a powerful new stimulus to the global economic recovery.
Chaos on Capitol Hill raises critical questions about the US political system
While Democrats rail against Trump's "extraordinary" attack on democracy and while European leaders recoil at the images of Trump supporters ransacking the Capitol, there are two central concerns that few have addressed adequately.
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