Under US electoral politics, the Trump administration has no interest in hearing their voices or finding a solution to the ingrained social woes.
The overemphasis on or even resentment toward China reflects the anxiety of Indians.
President Trump is urging state governors to be tough and senators are pushing for the use of the US military. Is this the real face of "the beacon of world democracy?" Where are the human rights? Where is their respect for life?
Sadly, the US politicians, who are good at inciting trouble in other countries, are not good at fixing their own problems. Fire and fury are still spreading in the US.
Riots that undermine the rule of law will cause more pain to society. Violence is never a good solution to any problem in any place. I want to emphasize that the US has less and less capital to play a "double standard" game right now. It is unable to mess up China. It would be a wise choice for it to reconsider how to protect itself first.
If the UK allies with the US against Huawei, that means taking sides between the two biggest economies and blindly following the US in a technological Cold War with China.
The latest dispute can be solved bilaterally by China and India. The two countries should keep alert on the US, which exploits every chance to create waves that jeopardize regional peace and order.
The US is a superpower, but its national strength has weakened in recent years because this trade war and nonsense over Hong Kong they push. Now, it is seriously ill. Pompeo better wear his face masks before he talks wildly.
Like the Western system, the Western media has slipped from the moral high ground.
The UK is deeply trapped in the COVID-19 epidemic. It may be wiser for the UK to first think about controlling the epidemic and returning to the normal life as soon as possible.
As the US tries to block Victoria's BRI deal, what alternatives does the US offer?
Fukuyama's view represents the way many US and Western elites view China. On the one hand, they are concerned about the success of China's model and they always tend to have a critical attitude toward the Chinese system. On the other, they aim at changing the Chinese system and turning China into a so-called liberal and democratic country in the Western sense. When they find they cannot change China and China is developing rapidly with its own model, they fall into a collective anxiety and thus regard China as an ideological enemy.
China's importance to Australia is much bigger than that of Australia to China. Australia should stop blindly following the US and make itself caught up in China-US competition. Many Australian observers try to convince China that Australia is not a lapdog of the US. But if Australia follows its current path, the conclusion is not convincing.
An arrogant and egoistic US is not in line with the interests of Germany and the rest of Europe. The US may further lose Europe and eventually isolate itself from the world in the post-pandemic era.
Wary of an alternative aid model provided by China, the US and its media can only resort to denunciation and discredit, reflecting its double standards and "America First"-style selfishness.
The performance of the Trump administration amid the epidemic apparently is too poor to keep the former president silent. With over 1.4 million infections and nearly 90,000 deaths, it's fair to say the US coronavirus response is one of the worst in the world.
The US has shocked the world in its mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even former US president Barack Obama said Saturday that many "folks" in charge "aren't even pretending to be in charge."
There is no miracle. All countries must treat the coronavirus seriously and make decisions based on scientific analysis instead of political interests. Giving up the COVID-19 fight and letting it spread freely would be a betrayal to all mankind.