• Domestic politics, nationalism misguide India's China policy...
    2020-07-28 Liu Zongyi
    Despite the de-escalation of border tensions between China and India, New Delhi hasn't stopped its China smear campaign, accusing Beijing of being expansionist. At an all-party meeting on June 19, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said ... [FULL TEXT]
  • Inconvenient truths about US debt explosion
    2020-07-13 Dan Steinbock
    The delays and containment failures of the COVID-19 in major advanced economies, particularly the United States, are morphing into a faster-than-expected series of economic challenges, including debt crises.Only two quarters ago, US federal... [FULL TEXT]
  • No IAEA member states can accept endless inspections
    2020-07-06 Jin Liangxiang
    Jin Liangxiang, an associate research fellow at the Center for West Asian and African Studies in Shanghai, tells the Tehran Times that Iran has been very cooperative with the IAEA and that“no member states can accept endless inspections” an... [FULL TEXT]
  • Why Did the Bloody Galwan Clash Take Place?
    2020-07-01 Liu Zongyi
    On the evening of June 15, Chinese and Indian soldiers clashed unexpectedly in the Galwan Valley, high in the Karakoram mountains, causing casualties on both sides. The Indian side, which initiated the incident, suffered a lot of casualties... [FULL TEXT]
  • Chen Dongxiao:US-China confrontation could create a global s...
    2020-06-24 Chen Dongxiao
    Prof. Dr. Chen Dongxiao is the President of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), a government affiliated top think-tank of China. He got his Ph.D. from Fudan University. His major areas of specialization are China’s foreign... [FULL TEXT]
  • Racism is never China’s official policy
    2020-06-04 Zhu Ming
    MEDICAL supplies from Guangzhou, donated by the People’s Republic of China to help South Africa fight the Covid-19 epidemic, were offloaded at OR Tambo International Airport. After the so-called Guangzhou racist incident, Africa-China rel... [FULL TEXT]
  • Europe’s Pandemic Dilemma
    2020-05-24 Dan Steinbock
    In the ongoing battle against the global pandemic, belated responses will result in huge human costs and massive economic damage. In Europe, losses are climaxing in the 2nd quarter of 2020. Before advanced economies – including those in Eur... [FULL TEXT]
  • What to learn from China's fight against COVID-19
    2020-02-27 Danilo Türk
    A week ago, I was returning to Slovenia from London via Germany and Italy. The whole travel was normal – with, perhaps, fewer passengers at airports than usual.However, at our final stop at the airport of Trieste (Trst), on the Italian side... [FULL TEXT]
  • America Shoots Itself in the Foot
    2020-04-27 Jin Liangxiang
    The last months have seen various discussions in American academia about the impact the COVID-19 crisis could have on the future international order. Those discussions include an influential article by Henry Kissinger in the Wall Street Jou... [FULL TEXT]
  • Ideology’s Negative Effect
    2020-02-19 Jin Liangxiang
    China-U.S. relations are, and will continue to be, a defining feature of the future international order, and stable evolution of that relationship is relevant not only to the future welfare of the two nations but also to the world. Variable... [FULL TEXT]