Tag: #China-US relations

COVID-19 triggers cruel social governance race

Ai Jun September 26, 2020

COVID-19 triggers cruel social governance race

Europe is undergoing a rebound of the novel coronavirus outbreak. Top British scientific advisors warned Monday that the country could witness up to 50,000 COVID-19 cases per day by mid-October, and a WHO official noted that the spread of the virus in Europe now is worse than it...More

US needs to meet China halfway to restore respectful relations: US scholar Taylor

Left Review Online September 03, 2020

US needs to meet China halfway to restore respectful relations: US scholar Taylor

Editor's Note: Although a bipartisan consensus to be tough on China prevails in the US, there are still moderate and rational scholars calling for a reset in China-US relations. Jon R. Taylor (Taylor), professor and chair of Department of Political Science and Geography, University of Texas at San Antonio,...More

US ‘democracy bubble’ bankrupts during pandemic, turns off Chinese netizens: GT poll

Zhang Han August 15, 2020

US ‘democracy bubble’ bankrupts during pandemic, turns off Chinese netizens: GT poll

Beijing. The latest poll by the Global Times on China-US relations shows US likeability among Chinese people is waning, as its "democracy bubble" bankrupted during pandemic. The poll received more than 146,000 responses by Tuesday afternoon with 31 percent of respondents saying they "used to like the US...More

South China Sea island warfare hyped by certain US military branch : Naval Expert Li Jie

Xu Hailin August 13, 2020

South China Sea island warfare hyped by certain US military branch : Naval Expert Li Jie

Forbes reported on Sunday that the US military probably has enough fighter jets to win a war against China in the Western-Pacific region, but it doesn't have enough bases there. The report suggested that the US army could "borrow" bases from China by "dropping paratroopers or landing Marines"...More

China advised to target US journalists in Hong Kong

Zhang Hui August 11, 2020

China advised to target US journalists in Hong Kong

China could impose visa restrictions on American journalists in Hong Kong as a countermeasure against US suppression, which was aimed at forcing Chinese journalists in the US out of the country by not extending their visas, analysts said. None of the Chinese journalists in the US who applied...More

US suppression of China is not just about ideological differences

Ling Shengli August 09, 2020

US suppression of China is not just about ideological differences

In recent days, diplomatic clashes have erupted between China and the US. The US took the unprecedented step of closing Chinese consulate in Houston. In the face of US' unwillingness to correct its erroneous decision, China announced the closure of the US consulate in Chengdu. The clashes are...More

Even if there is a new cold war, Washington can hardly win it

Ai Jun July 31, 2020

Even if there is a new cold war, Washington can hardly win it

These days, quite a few people wake up every morning to find themselves getting closer to a new cold war between Beijing and Washington, thanks to unceasing insane provocations by US anti-China hawks. Although disputes remain on whether this new cold war is on, a voice has already...More

China can deal with the US: Scholars

Yang Yuntao and Zhang Tingting July 11, 2020

China can deal with the US: Scholars

Some people in both China and the US are worried that the trade war the US launched against China since 2018 will soon impact other areas - investment, education, science and technology, judicial matters, the Hong Kong and Xinjiang questions and more. They are concerned that it will...More

US political elites can fool Americans, but not the world: Li Haidong

Li Qingqing June 20, 2020

US political elites can fool Americans, but not the world: Li Haidong

US Republican Congressman Michael McCaul on Monday released an interim report titled "The origins of the COVID-19 global pandemic, including the roles of the Chinese Communist Party and the World Health Organization." The report criticized China's alleged concealment of the COVID-19 spread. It also called for "new leadership...More

With flagging influence, US distorts China’s loans

Zhang Yi May 23, 2020

With flagging influence, US distorts China’s loans

In a speech via video link Monday at the opening of the 73rd World Health Assembly, President Xi Jinping said China will work with other G20 members to implement the Debt Service Suspension Initiative for the poorest countries. He also said China is ready to work with the...More

China paves way for countermeasures against US crackdown

Left Review Online May 21, 2020

China paves way for countermeasures against US crackdown

Beijing. China published sweeping guidelines to improve the country's "socialist market economy," which include instructions for accelerating market reform and opening-up as well as refining national security reviews and setting up an "unreliable entity list", to better supervise foreign companies' investment in the country. The guidelines, released Monday...More

Unpacking lies that aim to deceive US into war with China: Exclusive with Grayzone founder

Liu Xin (GT) April 30, 2020

Unpacking lies that aim to deceive US into war with China: Exclusive with Grayzone founder

Editor's Note: The Grayzone, a US-based independent news outlet, recently published a story busting the conspiracy theory of COVID-19 escaping from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, adding that it is "the Trump administration’s Iraqi WMD." This is one of three parts of "US using coronavirus to escalate new...More

Despite pandemic at home, US continues to make waves in South China Sea

Prof. Li Haidong April 24, 2020

Despite pandemic at home, US continues to make waves in South China Sea

Over the last two weeks, the US government has repeatedly interfered in regional affairs in the South China Sea, disturbing the situation that is stabilizing. Two US warships - an amphibious assault ship and a guided missile cruiser - are operating in the South China Sea, the US...More

COVID-19 pushes world to a turning point

Jeffery Sachs and Michael D. Swaine April 18, 2020

COVID-19 pushes world to a turning point

The spreading coronavirus pandemic is having far-reaching effects on the world and it's believed the black swan event will change the world forever. How will the pandemic affect China-US relations, globalization and global leadership? Michael D. Swaine (Swaine), a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,...More

China still needs to hold onto US Treasuries

Zhang Anyuan April 14, 2020

China still needs to hold onto US Treasuries

There has been no short of calls for sell-off of US Treasuries in China over the past decade, but such a decision should by no means be a political one. The foremost reason why China cannot consider selling its massive US debt is that other markets - spot,...More