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FOCAC: 20 years of achievements and strong branding
Since its establishment in 2000, FOCAC, after 20 years of substantive practice and action, has become an important platform and effective mechanism for collective dialogue between China and African countries.
Global vaccine cooperation to fight pandemic
In joining the WHO's coronavirus vaccine initiative, China has pledged to donate over 2 billion doses to the world. At the same time, the country has also criticized what it describes as "vaccine nationalism" by certain countries.
China leads the way in boosting South-South cooperation
The worldwide ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic have made South-South cooperation even more important, and China is playing a major role in achieving this.
US government's blatant coverup on COVID-19 causing untold suffering
The American government's determination to downplay the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused untold suffering for the American people, even though it knew the truth.
What future for the Eastern Mediterranean?
A recent visit to Greece by State Councilor Yang Jiechi highlights China's concern, as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, in rising tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean that seem hard to resolve.
'America First' is a threat to multilateralism
At a time when the world is marking the 75th anniversary of the founding of the U.N., it's a good chance to remember the importance of multilateralism and abandon selfish narrow national interests that threaten world peace.
Coronavirus and Trump's policies hurting beleaguered American universities
Asia is on the rise and the U.S. on the decline in the latest rankings of the world's best universities. COVID-19 and Donald Trump's xenophobia is exacerbating this trend.
Bring Iran into the tent but not for containment
The steps being taken by Donald Trump to tackle the perceived regional threat posed by Iran may have some impact, but cannot truly solve the problem while the old American logic is followed.
US sanctions undermining own students' right to education
In the United States, many schools are embracing remote learning due to the country's high COVID-19 infection rate. With laptops indispensable in ensuring students there can continue learning, U.S. sanctions have deprived millions of this right.
What kind of message did Wang Yi's European tour send?
Wang Yi's visit to five countries in Europe was generally positive, especially in the commitment to multilateral cooperation in an uncertain world.
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