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US not the world's conscience, still less its policeman

The American Lubbock Avalanche Journal website published an opinion piece entitled "American empire is the death of liberty" on November 13. The author is Alexander William Salter, an associate professor of Economics in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University.

Only respect for soccer can save Chinese soccer

It would be embarrassing for China if it thinks it can go beyond Asia by introducing a few star players from foreign clubs at a time when Vietnam and Thailand have solidly consolidated their position and achieved initial results by training their youth.

Washington's economic hegemony hits dead end: China Daily editorial

File photo shows the White House and a stop sign in Washington DC. [Photo/Xinhua] That Dutch Foreign Trade Minister Liesje Schreinemacher has voiced resistance to following Washington's attempts to cut off China from semiconductor technology sends a message that the united front the United States

US has no qualms about beggaring its friends: China Daily editorial

A staff member hangs a US national flag before US President Joe Biden arrives for the European Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium, March 24, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] The European Union is now facing an economic recession, with manufacturing activity in October plunging to its lowest level since May

Unbiased approach key to pragmatism: China Daily editorial

File photo of German and Chinese national flags in Beijing. [Photo/Agencies] Amid the feverish Western clamor for an overhaul of economic and trade ties with China, Germany is making tentative moves toward a reset. This is likely to prove damaging to both countries. German Economy Minister Robert

Space belongs to humanity, come share it with China

The Tianzhou 4 cargo spacecraft delivers supplies to the space station under construction in this artist's rendering. Photo by Guo Zhongzheng/Xinhua At the UN/China space exploration and innovation partnership conference on Monday, the China National Space Administration raised eight issues in the

Road to global economic development

A pedestrian walks past the venue of the Annual Conference of Financial Street Forum 2022 in Beijing. YU ZHIQIANG/FOR CHINA DAILY The annual conference of Financial Street Forum 2022 that kicked off in Beijing on Monday brought together nearly 400 global heavyweights to exchange views on current e

National interest in words, profit in deeds

Photo/IC On Feb 23, 2021, when testifying before the US Senate Armed Services Committee as then chair of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt declared: "Never before in my lifetime have I been more worried that we will soon be displaced by a r

Is 1,000-Year-Old Lingqu Canal Tied to the Ancient Maritime Silk Road?

[Photo by He Huawen/Chinanews.com] In addition to the world-famous Lijiang River, Guilin in Guangxi Province also has the Lingqu Canal, a man-made canal honored as the "Pearl of the World's Ancient Water Conservancy Architecture." After more than 2,000 years, this ancient canal is still full of v

Australia must stop viewing China as the enemy

People are silhouetted against the Sydney Opera House at sunset in Australia, on Nov 2, 2016. [Photo/Agencies] If Australia wants to mend relations with China, we must stop viewing it as the enemy, said David Brophy, a lecturer in the Department of Arts and Social Sciences of University of Sydney

White House needs to restrain gung-ho Congress

​During his talks with his US counterpart on Tuesday on the sidelines of a regional meeting in Cambodia, Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe, reiterated that the United States should respect China's core interests and never cross its redline on the Taiwan question.

Act subverts international trade rules: China Daily editorial

In an aerial view, brand new Tesla cars sit in a parking lot at the Tesla factory on Oct 19, 2022 in Fremont, California. [Photo/Agencies]   When US President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act in August, which provides excessive subsidies to domestically made electric cars, solar panel

No one fooled by the US' pretense: China Daily editorial

State Councilor and Minister of National Defense General Wei Fenghe (2nd R) meets United States Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin (2nd L))in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on Nov 22, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] Mapped on charts, the dense zigzag tracks of US warships and military planes that embroider China's coastl

China on the new journey an opportunity for the world

With new tasks and objectives set, China is now embarking on a new journey. Where is China headed? What does it mean to the world? These are questions that matter to countries across the globe.

Building technology wall imprisons US itself: China Daily editorial

Semiconductor chips are seen on a circuit board of a computer in this illustration picture taken Feb 25, 2022. [Photo/Agencies] In early October, citing so-called national security concerns, the United States government announced sweeping technology export controls, including a ban on shipments t

West not playing fair smearing Qatar: China Daily editorial

AgeneralviewofDohaaheadoftheFIFAWorldCupQatar2022.[Photo/Agencies]Unlikethecarnivalsithaskindledpreviously,theraisingofthecurtainforFIFAWorldCupQatar2022onSundayhasfailedtogeneratetheusualpassionandexcitement。

People's support key to prevention and control: China Daily editorial

AmedicalworkertakesaswabsamplefromaresidentfornucleicacidtestinginHohhot,InnerMongoliaautonomousregion,onNov18,2022。

Good and bad news from COP 27: China Daily editorial

A logo of the COP 27 summit. [Photo/Agencies] Depending on what one expected, the outcome of the two-week UN COP 27 summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, was either inspiring or disappointing. For those who anticipated an event producing "action" on what countries agreed upon last year, the "loss and

AUKUS' murky nuclear cooperation should spur IAEA to fulfill its duty: China Daily editorial

The logo of the International Atomic Energy Agency is seen at IAEA headquarters during a board of governors meeting in Vienna, Austria, June 7, 2021. [Photo/Agencies] Should the budget of the International Atomic Energy Agency be used for safeguard activities related to nuclear submarine cooperat

Soccer 'dark horse' riding money-talk model

GuangzhouFCisexpectedtostruggletofieldacompetitivestartingXIforthenewChineseSuperLeagueseasonduetotheclub'scurrentfinancialdifficulties.CHINADAILYAsecond-roundmatchintheChineseFootballAssociationCuponThursdayhascaughttheattentionofChinesefootballfans。

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