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Why European countries oppose US on Iran nuclear issue
The EU, by its explicit opposition to U.S. policy on the Iran nuclear deal, has expressed its dissatisfaction with the U.S. for its withdrawal from the JCPOA two years ago and its position to save the Iranian nuclear deal.
US targeting of TikTok tramples fair competition, free market
President Trump has set a 45-day deadline for U.S. companies to stop doing business with TikTok. This controversial move goes against the spirit of a free market, and widens the gulf of mistrust with other nations.
China should uphold its right to continue its rejuvenation and development despite US provocation
China should uphold its right to continue its rejuvenation and development in the existing international system despite malicious provocations by the United States.
Trump's anti-testing policies put lives of Americans at risk
President Donald Trump's reported plan to cut spending on COVID-19 testing to slim down the number of new cases will undermine the ability of the United States to combat the pandemic, and put the lives of Americans at risk.
Huge achievements in China-Saudi relations
Diplomatic relations between China and Saudi Arabia have been steadily moving forward over the last three decades. There are many reasons for this progress, but the most important is mutual respect for the values of the other side.
Dark clouds over the US economy
Fumbling and bumbling at both federal and state levels mean the overall prospects for the real economy in the U.S. are worse than at any time since the 1930s.
America needs new regulations on air travel
Travel in China is a much better experience than in the United States, which has a lot to learn in regard to the way passengers are treated.
World Blood Donor Day more critical than ever
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, blood donations are at alarmingly low levels in most countries, which makes the World Blood Donor Day especially important this year.
COVID-19 in West Africa: Let's prepare for a long-distance run
Medical practitioners from the African continent should own the narrative of the current pandemic and take advantage of our experience of such outbreaks in order to mount a tailored response.
American jealousy over China's successful response
White House advisor Peter Navarro is angry that China is opening up faster than America, and the reopening of Shanghai Disneyland is just one example of his frustration.
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