US manufacturing causes economic, spiritual decline

Ding Gang NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned on Monday about “growing Chinese efforts to control” critical infrastructure, supply chains and key industrial sectors. Like some European politicians who have pushed the “China threat” theory, Stoltenberg is using his fertile imagination to create false reasons to hide the looming recession across Europe in both economy […]

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New UK prime minister, same old problems for the Conservatives and the country

Christopher Phillips Rishi Sunak’s attendance at the UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, in Cairo last week was his first major appearance on the global stage as UK prime minister. He has sought to portray himself as a reliable, safe pair of hands after the relative chaos overseen by his two predecessors, Boris Johnson and Liz […]

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US better give up attempt to contain China by utilizing Southeast Asian countries

Hu Xijin General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong’s visit to China has achieved remarkable results. Ties between China and its neighboring countries are mainly supported by inter-governmental relations and huge trade volumes. But when it comes to China and Vietnam, the ruling parties of the two have maintained […]

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Move to devastate China’s chip industry will backfire on Washington

Ding Gang In a recent New York Times article (published on October 21) analyzing the new US chip strangulation strategy against China, two words are used. The first appears in the headline, “Biden Just Clobbered China’s Chip Industry.” The English dictionary explains the word “clobber” as “defeat decisively or strike heavily.” Another word, “devastate,” appears […]

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Sense of safety: Great human rights achievements for Chinese, extravagant hope for Americans?

Global Times China’s development has amazed the world in many ways. One of the world’s most recognized achievements in China is the great sense of safety its people enjoy. China is widely acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world, Xu Ganlu, an official from China’s Ministry of Public Security, said at a […]

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Mental well-being should be prioritized in the workplace

Sara Al-Mulla Governments can never be too relentless in attracting and retaining talent. Now considered as powerhouses of global economies, exceptional talents have been instrumental in injecting innovation, productivity and economic growth across multiple industries, making them a valuable currency. But even as employers scramble to hire talents from all over the world, the post-pandemic […]

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New Zealand should set an example to stand up against the so-called China threat narrative: NZ scholar

Global Times “New Zealand should set an example to other Western countries to maintain a non-aligned foreign policy,” said Dave Bromwich (Bromwich), former president of the New Zealand China Friendship Society (NZCFS). Bromwich has been long working to promote a sincere New Zealand-China relationship and promote mutual understanding and friendship between peoples of the two […]

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Delegates of many countries waiting for Chinese delegation shows general aspiration

Global Times As the general debate of the 77th session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly kick-started this week, relevant diplomatic activities have also been intensively conducted in New York. The General Assembly convenes annually but it has appeared to be particularly special this year. At such a historic juncture when geopolitical competition is […]

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President Xi’s trip to Central Asia has global significance: Global Times editorial

Global Times Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered an important speech at the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, emphasizing the need to follow the guidance of the Shanghai Spirit as we forge ahead. President Xi pointed out that under new conditions, the SCO, as an important constructive force in international and […]

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