Doctored paper scandal spells more trouble for rattled Abe
A cronyism scandal is damaging the credibility of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Cabinet members.
Inclusiveness will drive new agency to success
Among the host of moves in the new round of institutional reform finalized at the first session of the 13th National People's Congress, the decision to establish an international development cooperation agency demands global attention.
Congressman's remark should make US accept reality as it is
Larsen, Democratic representative of Washington's Second District since 2001, is a politician with humor and sees "a lot of room for cooperation" with Beijing.
Trump trying to fool US public with tariff claims
Anyone who believes that there is unanimous support in the United States for the Trump administration's proposed Section 301 tariffs on China should refer to the House of Representatives hearing on Wednesday when US Trade Representative Bob Lighthizer was grilled.
Xin Zhiming is a senior writer with China Daily.
Protectionism out of step with the times
To a great extent, Trump's trade protectionism stems from his stated belief that relations among countries are zero-sum games in which there are only winners and losers.