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Turkey's attacks on ISIS and Kurds risk two-front war
Having tried and failed to sit on the sidelines in the struggle against the Islamic State in Syria, Turkey's action in now also attacking Kurds in Iraq risks triggering a two-front war it cannot win.
»Turkey at war with the Islamic State
Iran deal signifies US success and decline
Though the Iran nuclear deal is primarily a big success for the United States, it also means challenges for Obama's administration.
» A good but not perfect deal on Iran
» Geopolitical ramifications of the Iran deal
» Iranian nuclear deal reached at last
How will the Greek referendum result affect China?
The Greece crisis has not affected the progress of the Belt and Road initiatives. On the contrary, it has promoted the construction of China's Piraeus port construction project.
» The nature of the Greek debt crisis
» Greece: The morning after
» Greece stands up
British elections and the European Union
The outcome of British elections could be a threat to both the future of the European Union and the future of the United Kingdom's unity.
 Battle won, war begins for UK's David Cameron
» British election: business as usual, predictably
» British election on a knife edge
The 'Four Comprehensives' through foreign eyes
Here we have invited several foreign senior fellows at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies of Renmin University of China to share their views on the "Four Comprehensives" with China.org.cn's readers.
Economic lessons from Lee Kuan Yew
Singapore's economic success provides a crucial lesson for every developing country to study as they seek to approach the level of advanced economies.
» Ten lessons from the leadership of Lee Kuan Yew
» Lee Kuan Yew-a forerunner of modern China?
The AIIB will benefit both Asia and the world
The Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will support global economic growth and improve the infrastructure capacity in Asia and other parts of the world.
» Implications of UK's application to join the AIIB
» AIIB, for shared prosperity, stability and security
China's progress in human rights protection
Four of China's leading experts in human rights research shared their views on the progress China has made in the area during the first half of the National Human Rights Action Plan period.
Charlie Hebdo Paris shootings
The Paris shootings sparked an outpouring of justified outrage in the world. China.org.cn presents you with insights from scholars and observers on this deadly attack.
Fooling the world or forging a new path?
Did China really "fool the world" with its economic development and steady progression in the years following the Great Recession? A February documentary from the BBC believes so, but do the Chinese?
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