Opinion

Despite similarities, why North Korea may not adopt the ‘Vietnam model’

Li Chunfu for Global Times March 10, 2019

Despite similarities, why North Korea may not adopt the ‘Vietnam model’

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un stayed in Vietnam for two more days in early March after his second summit with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi. In his meeting with Vietnamese President Nguyen Phu Trong, Kim sought to promote mutual understanding and share experiences with Vietnam on nation-building...more

How Hanoi summit can help Vietnam

Bi Shihong February 20, 2019

How Hanoi summit can help Vietnam

The second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will take place in Hanoi on Wednesday and Thursday. Hosting such an event will increase Vietnam's influence in regional and international affairs and boost its international standing. Hanoi can prove that it can play...more

China has brought peace to the Middle East and the world

HE Mohammad Keshavarz-Zadeh February 7, 2019

China has brought peace to the Middle East and the world

GT: Forty years have passed. What do you think of the changes brought about by the Iranian Revolution to the politics, economy, culture, society and other areas in your country? Keshavarz-Zadeh: We will celebrate our national holiday on February 11. Our most important achievement in the past 40...more

Chinese President Xi Jinping Prepares Road-Map For Peaceful Reunification

Zhang Hua January 12, 2019

Chinese President Xi Jinping Prepares Road-Map For Peaceful Reunification

Chinese President Xi Jinping, also the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, expounded on the connotation of Chinese mainland's basic policy on Taiwan in the new era in remarks to commemorate the 40th anniversary of issuing the Message to Compatriots in Taiwan. Xi, whose...more

US’ Long-Arm Jurisdiction Must Be Combated

Song Guoyou January 11, 2019

US’ Long-Arm Jurisdiction Must Be Combated

In the pursuit of its own interests, the US constantly imposes unilateral sanctions and long-arm jurisdictions on third parties, thus becoming more and more of a major troublemaker for other countries as well as transnational companies. In the case of the sanctions on Iran, for instance, while former...more

Arm Race And Human Being On Disappearing Track

Nimananda Rijal December 8, 2018

Arm Race And Human Being On Disappearing Track

At least 20 million people have been killed in 150 (one hundred and fifty) armed conflicts since 1945. Casualties: ‘First world war 5% civilian was killed. Second world 50% of civilians were killed and in Lebanon war, 90% of the deaths were woman and children.’1 STRENGTH OF DESTRUCTION OF...more