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​China's mediation efforts in Palestine-Israel conflict
As the rotating presidency of the UN Security Council in May, China has endeavored to de-escalate Israeli-Palestinian conflict to move forward with the "two-state solution."
China proves its mettle at interplanetary exploration
China's space technology progress and the data collected from its ventures will not only benefit humanity as a whole but could even hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe.
Washington lacks common sense in making its China policy
On Monday, the respected Quincy Institute announced more than 65 organizations had joined it in criticizing the Strategic Competition Act (SCA), which is expected to be voted on by the full United States Senate later this week.
Vaccine skepticism poses huge challenge for US recovery
COVID-19 vaccines were being hailed in conservative media outlets last year as Trump's "greatest achievement as president." Now, the same outlets are sewing distrust in the vaccines.
​Climate cooperation matters for everyone
Climate change is a challenge for all countries, but it is encouraging that China and the U.S. can set aside their many differences to cooperate in this field.
Will Tokyo Olympics go ahead as scheduled?
With the countdown clocks clicking, will the Tokyo Olympics be open on schedule?
A Chinese student who did his master's in the US talks about the cultural differences he experienced
During my stay in the U.S., I would encounter many more differences that left me perplexed. However, they taught a lesson that I feel is as important as, if not more crucial than, academic studies—cross-cultural communication calls for appreciating diversity.
Africa's regional development is essential for the continent's renaissance
First and foremost, it's imperative to note that Africa must appreciate that coordinated regional development is the foundation on which the aspirations of the African Union's Agenda 2063 must be laid.
​Is America really an exemplar of human rights?
The doctrine of American exceptionalism frames the country as benevolent, righteous and a force for good. However, its past record shows that it is less than qualified to preach to other countries on the topic.
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