British inquiry reveals Western hegemonism, interventionism
A long-awaited British inquiry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq on Wednesday revealed that Britain's decision to join the U.S.-led war is a blind action to follow its U.S. ally, which spares no effort to intervene in other countries under the cover of democracy.
Commentary: Japan's wanton agenda setting at UN threatens world peace
Since Japan took over the rotating presidency of the United Nations Security Council on July 1, it has been relentless in voicing concern over the South China Sea.
Chinese debt burden crisis unlikely: expert
Amid warnings that China may face a financial crisis induced by its debt burden, an economic expert said Wednesday that a number of factors make this scenario unlikely.
China-proposed Belt and Road initiative will benefit participating countries: Cambodia senate president
Cambodia's Senate President Samdech Say Chhum has reiterated that the country fully supports China-proposed Belt and Road initiative since it will benefit all participating countries.
Pressuring China on "excess steel capacity" is unfair
Some Western countries have pressured China hard lately on the excess capacity in its steel sector, hoping to protect their self-interests and gain more in trade negotiations with China.
Commentary: Better early than late for MSCI inclusion of China A-shares
Global equity indexes provider MSCI took a discreet stance, again, by announcing on Wednesday that it would delay the inclusion of Shanghai- and Shenzhen-listed stocks, or A-shares, on to its emerging market index.
Spotlight: Xi's upcoming trip to CEE countries, Central Asia to boost Belt & Road Initiative
Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming trip to Central and Eastern European Countries (CEE) and Central Asia from June 17 to 24 is expected to significantly boost the Belt and Road Initiative.
Experts: China's Medical Care System Needs Overhaul to Repair Doctor-patient Relations
The recent death of a young cancer patient has renewed debate in China about how to restore confidence in a medical system which is seeing a growing rift between patients and professionals and institutions which treat them.
Is Japan qualified to take the moral high ground on international laws?
It is hypocritical for Japan, the presiding country of the Ise-Shima summit of the Group of Seven (G7), to require others to abide by the international laws when the island country led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe neither follows its own Constitution nor international laws.
Obama's Hiroshima trip no occasion to whitewash Japan's WWII atrocities
The motive behind U.S. President Barack Obama's planned visit to Japan's A-bombed Hiroshima on Friday may seem noble, but in reality, it is nothing more than yet another opportunity seized by Washington and Tokyo to pursue their own ulterior motives.