Trump still has a lot to do in improving overall political performance, narrowing domestic differences, comforting allies, and enhancing the international image of the country. The road to re-election is long and tough for Trump. Time will tell if the mercurial tycoon in the White House has the energy and ability to meet these challenges.
China's future must be determined by China. This is a vital period for China's development and will not change its opening-up policies. China needs a more open environment to achieve high-quality development, and the world needs a China that is more open.
Emerging as one of the new pillars of the international community, China will stick to robust cooperation with other countries no matter how the world changes, as it is fundamentally conducive to both China and the world. Obviously, China is poised to act as the leading country in this new era.
This change in studying methods in China, to be honest, hasn't come about easily.
The US has no lack of a “criminal record” in terms of technology theft.
I think the roots of our relations, the connectivity that we already have in place are so deep and widespread no matter how the winds flow during this typhoon the relationship will survive in this storm.
Economically, the impact of New Delhi imposing duties on Washington is limited.
With trade disputes and Huawei row in the forefront of ties, China-US relations have seen unprecedented tensions.
China says it is a developing country but most European countries don't agree. Such issues will inevitably come up for discussion during the G20 summit on June 28 and 29 in Osaka, Japan.
The causes of the current US-China discord are deeper and more structural than just competition over tariffs and technology. It's rooted in the transitional forces in world order.
Not only the HKSAR government but also elites in Hong Kong should be vigilant and work jointly to restrain such a tendency. They must be aware that the rational nature of their society is changing.
Compared to US military bases all over the world, China's construction of Nansha islands and reefs is mainly for civilian use as it openly claims. Is this a challenge to American hegemony?
The US wants to use unilateralism to consolidate its hegemony, but it may backfire.
Only by looking at the four perspectives together can one have a comprehensive understanding of the US China policy, which cannot be rolled back to the past, when cooperation and competition co-existed.
The orchestration of the anti-bill campaign was no less than instigating fear.
“If I died tomorrow, I would die feeling I've lived my whole life at 110 percent. And for that, Tiger Mom, thank you.”
If what the viewers said was true, I am not surprised by the number of men in China who have uttered such words to their wives. There is plenty to suggest that a new trend in China is pushing women back into the kitchen.
On the question of the US girding to launch a cyber war, experts said there is not enough information to support the conjecture. However, what is clear is that there will be no winner in cyber warfare, and China will not be crushed given its might.