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Maybe money is talking here again, as has always been the case with Trump's dealings.
Opinion
11:02, 20-Sep-2020
Like so many issues facing the U.S. right now, partisan rancor seems likely to prevent any serious efforts to fix the profound problems facing the nation.
Opinion
13:16, 20-Sep-2020
The cost of decoupling just for the sake to be "less reliant" on China far outweighs any benefits it might bring.
Opinion
09:34, 20-Sep-2020
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Zhang Hua
China won't turn a blind eye to collusion between DPP authorities and the U.S.
Opinion
14:59, 19-Sep-2020
Stephen Ndegwa
There is no stretch of the imagination that can juxtapose the savagery and injustice of slavery to any measures against the coronavirus pandemic. It was really the ultimate insult, particularly to the millions of Africans who bore the brunt of the centuries-old colonial trade, not just in America, but globally.
Opinion
12:41, 19-Sep-2020
Opinion
08:49, 19-Sep-2020
Josef Gregory Mahoney
Let's not forget that all of these problems were already being compounded in various ways by what some consider being one of the most widespread and debilitating addictions in the U.S. today – to cellphones and other electronic devices and media designed with deliberately manipulative features to exert economic and even ideological control over users.
Opinion
08:49, 19-Sep-2020
Alexander Ayertey Odonkor
Pakistan, the world's fifth-most populous country, could experience acute water scarcity by 2025 and become the most water-stressed country in South Asia by 2040.
Opinion
16:35, 19-Sep-2020
Bradley Blankenship
Unfortunately, the American people have had to pay the price despite the ever-growing list of officials that directly implicate him for the horrible consequences of his administration's actions.
Opinion
10:01, 19-Sep-2020
James Rae
If Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell triumphs, it will be an accomplishment for the history books, and a sad epitaph to the impressive accomplishments of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who deserves a replacement that is not rushed through for political gain.
Opinion
13:19, 19-Sep-2020
WATCH
Robert Lawrence Kuhn
To be clear, China is not opening up further to placate foreigners. It is doing so for China's own good. What it means for China, and for the world, is – pardon the pun - an open question.
Opinion
13:14, 16-Sep-2020
Abhishek G Bhaya
The U.S. offensive against Chinese tech companies and apps in recent months is a "dangerous election-year stunt" which will have far-reaching consequences even for American big tech companies, U.S. innovation expert Richard Turrin says.
Opinion
14:45, 17-Sep-2020
CGTN
A sustainable Africa benefits not only Africans, but also the entire global community. It is high time that the world set aside its prejudices and join hands with Africa for development.
Opinion
08:09, 18-Sep-2020
CGTN
In the future of sustainable development, priority plans may be different country by country. International organizations and partners could contribute to Africa's way of overcoming challenges together.
Opinion
08:04, 17-Sep-2020
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