Tag: #USA

Indispensable Prerequisite for Peace and Stability on Korean Peninsula

Left Review Online June 29, 2020

Indispensable Prerequisite for Peace and Stability on Korean Peninsula

Seventy years have passed since the war broke out on this land. The Korean war forced by the United States left painful scars and inflicted tremendous human and material losses upon the Korean people. The suffering of national division whereby kinsfolk of the same blood are compelled to...More

India knows US won’t help it achieve its goals

Ai Jun June 28, 2020

India knows US won’t help it achieve its goals

When military commanders from China and India sat at the negotiating table on Monday night in an attempt to de-escalate border tensions, Gideon Rachman, a columnist for the Financial Times, published an article entitled "India picks a side in the new cold war," arguing "it is folly for...More

Fear, lack of confidence push US to restrict Chinese media

Liu Xin, Liu Caiyu and Fan Lingzhi June 28, 2020

Fear, lack of confidence push US to restrict Chinese media

The latest US restrictions on Chinese media that saw the listing of four more Chinese media outlets as foreign missions exposed its declining confidence and increasing fear of China, after the media's objective reports on China's effective fight against COVID-19 showed a stark contrast to US failures. Chinese...More

Shameful for Canada, UK to follow US on Huawei

Left Review Online June 22, 2020

Shameful for Canada, UK to follow US on Huawei

A secret report from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), released recently among other court documents, indicated that there was advanced communication between the CSIS and the US FBI ahead of the December 2018 arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver International Airport. In response, Chinese Foreign...More

WFTU extends solidarity to the US Workers’ Movement

Left Review Online June 22, 2020

WFTU extends solidarity to the US Workers’ Movement

Kathmandu. World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) expressed its solidarity with the US working-class movement. WFTU Coordinating Committee organized a press meet at Kathmandu on June 19, 2020 followed by a solidarity programme. The leaders of the WFTU Affiliate Unions CONEP, NEFON, NTUF, ANTUC, REFONT, DEFONT, DECONT, ANTRUF...More

Voices against US blockade on Cuba from Belarus

ABEL GONZALEZ ALAYÓN June 21, 2020

Voices against US blockade on Cuba from Belarus

Havana. Serguey Klishevich, head of the Working Group for cooperation with Cuba in the Belarusian National Assembly, condemned the coercive measures of the US government against Cuba, intensified in times of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The sanctions against Cuba are a direct violation of the principles of international law....More

US firms to cooperate with Huawei on 5G standards

Ma Jingjing June 21, 2020

US firms to cooperate with Huawei on 5G standards

The US Department of Commerce announced a new rule on Monday allowing US companies to cooperate with Chinese technology company Huawei on 5G telecom standards. Analysts said the move shows that the US has realized the cost of refusing to cooperate with the world's largest patent contributor to...More

US press freedom an illusion, used to mask selfish interests

Mu Lu June 21, 2020

US press freedom an illusion, used to mask selfish interests

The Voice of America (VOA)'s two top editors, Amanda Bennett and Sandra Sugawara, resigned on Monday due to concerns over their editorial independence, putting a stop to the months-long clash between the outlet and the White House. Freedom of the press has long been a political tool of...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

US should not ‘commit suicide’ by pushing decoupling with China

GT staff Reporters June 17, 2020

US should not ‘commit suicide’ by pushing decoupling with China

A looming steep US recession is sending a warning to Washington to rekindle its relations with Beijing and avoid "committing suicide" by pushing a decoupling between the world's two largest economies, experts said. Amid the coronavirus outbreak and raging protests, the world's largest economy is in earnest need...More

Not all US allies are fooled by its hegemonic hysteria

Mu Lu June 15, 2020

Not all US allies are fooled by its hegemonic hysteria

Led by the US, NATO has become what it had sworn to destroy. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday NATO should work more closely with like-minded countries to "stand up for a world built on freedom and democracy, not on bullying and coercion." However, NATO -...More

Restraint in South China Sea needed against US inflammatory opinions

Ge Hongliang June 15, 2020

Restraint in South China Sea needed against US inflammatory opinions

Some Western media outlets have launched a new wave of public opinion offensive against China. A CNN report on Monday hyped up a standoff between China and Malaysia in the South China Sea that has lasted more than a month. Even though this was old news that took...More

Behind the Glory

Left Review Online June 12, 2020

Behind the Glory

After boasting its glory for decades, when will Uncle Sam clean up its mess? Illustration: Global TimesMore

Plots and Hopes from COVID-19

Pramesh Pokhrel June 12, 2020

Plots and Hopes from COVID-19

The humanity has an encounter with the biggest challenge of the 21st century. The pandemic of coronavirus, COVID-19 has challenged the world as the number of infections and deaths toll accelerate daily. While a few countries like China have been very efficient in fighting pandemic, it has created...More

Creation of new history through violence toward statues

Mark Hoskin June 11, 2020

Creation of new history through violence toward statues

Momentous events taking place last weekend in the UK remind us that the country was a center of a global economy built on slavery, the trafficking of illicit drugs, and mass inhumanity that many Western countries participated in. UK ministers, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who referred to...More