The contention on the South China Sea issue reflects the unprecedented complexity of China-U.S. relations, which are mainly posed by some people in the U.S., who spare no effort to portray China as an adversary or even an enemy, and try every means to contain China’s development, and do whatever it takes to hinder China-U.S. relations.
The Belt and Road Initiative and its dialogue framework rooted in extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits align with the emerging international structure of multilateralism, which was the goal of the historic struggles of the South, of which Africa has been the spiritual mainstream.
Although China and Arab states are from different civilizations, there is every reason for them to broaden friendly exchanges, learn from each other and continue to contribute to build a harmonious world.
In a world fighting against a common enemy, the coronavirus, we do not need another distraction that will increase the pile of deaths.
The US closure of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston, Texas, has once again plunged China-US relations into even deeper depths of severity. Yet with a failing economy and a drop in approval ratings after criticism of his handling of coronavirus, China is the last card Trump has to play if he is to avoid defeat come November.
As a codified piece of legislation, the comprehensive Civil Code provides clear-cut guidance concerning what constitutes an infringement of personal information.
The pandemic, despite some misunderstandings between China and the EU due to natural tensions in response to the virus that caught everyone by surprise, also showed solidarity that became evident when needed.
There is a consensus in the U.S. that it must focus on and respond more effectively to the challenges posed by a growing China, regarding the country as its primary strategic competitor.
The American statement on the maritime claims regarding the South China Sea not only portends more worrying external interference in the region, but also unwisely misleads other littoral countries in the South China Sea to distrust and even antagonize a neighboring giant country.