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April-20-2022
​US cuts global vaccine funding
Despite Omicron, the latest mutation of the coronavirus, continuing to ravage the world, the U.S. has decided to cut funding for global vaccinations.
April-18-2022
US talk of human rights disguises its pursuit of hegemony
While the U.S. presents itself to its own public as a force for good, it constantly seeks to use human rights discourse to advance its geopolitical goals.
April-15-2022
Synergies are always possible
China and the EU, through their cooperation, continue to envision a world where they can achieve a framework of common understanding that will allow synergies towards common prosperity – and allow for their differences.
April-7-2022
America needs to be honest, tariffs aren't beneficial
Recently announced tariff exemptions on goods from China add to growing evidence that suggests Trump-era tariffs have been detrimental to the U.S. and not delivered any economic gains.
April-6-2022
Work together for the fresh start of Afghanistan
It's time for countries to work together to find a solution to help Afghanistan move forwards and find prosperity after decades of war and instability.
March-29-2022
US hurt by high gas prices
As oil prices rise amid growing supply concerns, Americans stand to hurt more than most because of their gas- and car-obsessed lifestyles.
March-24-2022
US ends funding for COVID-19 treatment
Despite dire warnings from scientists, the U.S. has all but given up its fight against COVID-19.
March-17-2022
Not the time to ease COVID-19 restrictions
Weeks after easing mask mandates and restrictions, the coronavirus surges again across Europe.
March-16-2022
Cooperation key to future of China-ROK relations
For 30 years, China and South Korea have pursued close trade and investment ties. Going forward, they should continue to pursue mutually cooperative relations.
March-14-2022
What is China's foreign policy looking for?
At a recent press conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi outlined how, through its foreign policy, China seeks to uphold multilateralism and works with all peace-loving countries to strengthen solidarity and cooperation.
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