Incoming Trump administration should realize weight of China-U.S. relations
Those diplomacy-savvy knowing the weight of China-U.S. relations will take a look and give a thought, with both anticipation and apprehension, as electors are set to gather in every U.S. state on Monday to formally elect Donald Trump president.
In search of world peace - remembering Nanjing
Victims of the Nanjing Massacre should be commemorated by all compassionate people the world over, if we are ever to make a lasting peace.
One China is non-negotiable
As a veteran businessman who prides himself on his ability to make deals, U.S. president-elect Donald Trump should be well familiar with the phrase "deal-breaker."
Belt and Road initiative to spur Africa's growth, reshape global order: experts
The Belt and Road initiative envisioned by Chinese leaders to revive ancient trading routes will unleash prosperity in Africa while refashioning the global order, Kenyan experts said.
'One China' policy cannot be used for bargaining
On Sunday, US President-elect Donald Trump made some surprising remarks about the Taiwan question again. When interviewed by the Fox News network, he said, "I fully understand the 'One China' policy, but I don't know why we have to be bound by a 'One China' policy unless we make a deal with China having to do with other things, including trade." From these remarks, Western media believes that Trump may use the policy to force China to make a compromise on trade.
New stock link upgrades opening up of mainland's capital market
A new cross-border stock link between Hong Kong and neighbouring Shenzhen will upgrade opening-up of Chinese mainland's capital market.
China's probe into S Korea's Lotte Group unrelated to THAAD deployment: expert
Chinese experts on Friday said the decision to investigate units of South Korea's Lotte Group in China was a legitimate regulatory action, and that it was not related to the company's involvement in the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system.
Op-Ed: Trump's irrational China bashing shows his ignorance of China
Just days after receiving a phone call from Taiwan’s leader, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump wrote a two-part tweet aimed at China, further upsetting the most important bilateral relationship for America: “Did China ask us if it was OK to devalue their currency (making it hard for our companies to compete), heavily tax our products going into their country (the U.S. doesn't tax them) or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea? I don't think so!” Trump said.
No need to over-interpret Tsai-Trump phone call
Friday's phone call between Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen and US President-elect Donald Trump, which broke the nearly four decades of US diplomatic practice, came as a striking move but it does not bear the same importance as it seems to be.
Beijing must adapt to unusual US-Russia ties
The direction of US-Russia relations under Donald Trump's leadership has become a hot topic recently. Although normal official channels of collaboration between Moscow and Washington have been closed, the two have been seeking other ways to ease bilateral tensions.