Tag: #China-US relations

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

Freedom of the press a rarity for Chinese journalists in US

Left Review Online March 23, 2020

Freedom of the press a rarity for Chinese journalists in US

I arrived in Washington DC as a correspondent for a Chinese media outlet at the beginning of 2018. I had many expectations of the city before I arrived. There are many think tanks here and you could talk with important figures and hear their thoughts on latest international...More

China takes direct aim at rumormongering US media

GT staff reporters March 21, 2020

China takes direct aim at rumormongering US media

Beijing. China announced early Wednesday that it would take countermeasures against restrictive measures on Chinese media agencies in the United States, effective immediately. As a standard and common practice in the diplomacy domain, the move is a decisive response to the Trump administration's unwarranted suppression and discriminatory practices...More

US hypocrisy unveiled in suppressing Chinese media outlets

Xu Liang March 13, 2020

US hypocrisy unveiled in suppressing Chinese media outlets

The US State Department announced on March 2 that it would impose a personnel cap on the number of Chinese citizens permitted to work for the US operation of five Chinese official media outlets, cutting the number of employees from 160 to 100. The 60 people must either...More

Washington’s ridiculous war against Chinese media

Left Review Online March 09, 2020

Washington’s ridiculous war against Chinese media

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Monday that the State Department will impose caps on the number of Chinese nationals employed by five Chinese media entities. These news outlets now employ approximately 160 Chinese citizens and the cap will bring this number to 100. This is...More

Can the US be trusted to end unilateralism with China?

Left Review Online January 20, 2020

Can the US be trusted to end unilateralism with China?

Despite the optimism surrounding the expected signing of the phase one trade deal between China and the US, there has been growing skepticism over how far the deal could go to ease trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. While some US media outlets have raised questions...More

US conservatives’ attempts to tarnish China’s image doomed to fail

Fan Peng December 16, 2019

US conservatives’ attempts to tarnish China’s image doomed to fail

The so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, which proposes to do away with the city's special tariffs status, goes against US economic interests. It is for political reasons that the White House has signed the vaunted bill into a law. The US wants to attack China's...More

As China and US try to iron out military differences, challenges remain

Left Review Online November 22, 2019

As China and US try to iron out military differences, challenges remain

The face-to-face meeting between Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe and US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Monday morning in Thai capital Bangkok was necessary now more than ever. As the trade war simmers, speculations about possible US missile deployment in Asia and the US...More

A right balance between order and diplomacy

Left Review Online October 27, 2019

A right balance between order and diplomacy

The US has begun to require Chinese diplomats to report meetings with state, local and municipal officials, official visits to educational institutions and official visits to research institution. The incident is brewing. US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad said on Monday that Washington is considering additional rules for...More