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China and the idea of free trade
By adopting an open policy favoring free trade, globalization and multilateralism, China is filling a vacuum left by American abdication of its former leading role in this regard.
Meltdown in Turkey
Turkey is falling into an abyss of fiscal debt and currency meltdown that is hard to deal with, and could be a headache for the international banking community, especially in Western Europe.
Pompeo's got it wrong on Pakistan and China
America once again is seeking to dictate what political and economic relationships other countries should develop. Its bullying of Pakistan shows it simply won't learn to stop.
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Pompeo's got it wrong on Pakistan and China

By Daniel Hyatt

America once again is seeking to dictate what political and economic relationships other countries should develop. Its bullying of Pakistan shows it simply won't learn to stop.

Incoming Pakistani government's view of China

By Daniel Hyatt

Pakistan was a loyal friend of New China in its initial opening-up. Now, the country's new prime minister looks to draw on the goodwill this created to help his modernization drive.

​India should work with Pakistan's new PM for closer ties

By Rabi Sankar Bosu

The election of cricketing great Imran Khan as Pakistan's prime minister has been well received by fans in India; now, that needs to be turned into a political dialogue to bring a lasting peace.

Sino-African relation: Heading towards a brighter future

By Rachana Gupta

An encouraging scenario is clearly emerging, showing a move towards deepening and strengthening Sino-African relations based on peace, cooperation, and mutual trust, that makes everyone a winner.

Xi Jinping presents the science of statecraft

By Caleb T. Maupin

Xi Jinping's "The Governance of China" is a work important for people to understand China's current role in global affairs. 

Evolution of Malaysia-China relations

By Bunn Nagara

Ties have existed between the peoples of China and the Malay region for two millennia. Now, China and Malaysia are building an even stronger relationship suited to the times.

Columnists>>

China and the idea of free trade

By Sajjad Malik

By adopting an open policy favoring free trade, globalization and multilateralism, China is filling a vacuum left by American abdication of its former leading role in this regard.

Meltdown in Turkey

By Heiko Khoo and Michael Roberts

Turkey is falling into an abyss of fiscal debt and currency meltdown that is hard to deal with, and could be a headache for the international banking community, especially in Western Europe.

French ban on catcalling a good move for all

By Mitchell Blatt

The decision by France to legally ban catcalling and street harassment is commendable and should be followed by other countries.

 
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Pakistan election results won't affect bond with China

With the final results in, the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI), or Pakistan Movement for Justice party, have been announced winners of the country's 2018 general election.