Julian Assange: An “Error” Corrected by the West

Assange is not the voluntary warrior for freedom as many portray, but rather a lamentable correction made by a society that deems him and his like an error.

The US is mentally too healthy to further fund Ukraine like the UK

Why Britain and the U.S. behave so differently when it comes to aid to Ukraine?

China’s transition towards new economic impetus

Eric Li speaks on China’s transition towards new economic impetus and its vision for its global role. Li argues that China's plans are stated plainly and outright in official documents, if you know wh...

Courage and conscience: It’s time for independence in media reporting on China

For the sake of journalistic integrity that will be judged by history, can mainstream media maintain independence from short-term, vulgar political and geopolitical influence and interference, especia...

China’s Opening-up is the Light that Illuminates the Life of My Generation

The Shanghai Import Expo, which was held for the first time in 2018, is widely seen as a declaration of China’s determination to expand its opening-up to the outside world and to continuously improve ...

Kissinger: The Maker and Breaker of Diplomacy

It's not about wishing for another figure like him, but about returning to a focus on substantial bilateral interests without unnecessary "political calculations, arrogance, and shortsightedness".

China in the World of Struggle

Russia and the U.S. are in a state of military confrontation, and at the same time the entire West is being led by the U.S. to confront Russia, and the risk of war between China and the U.S. has incre...

What OpenAI’s Power Struggle Means to China?

As the world watches this ‘House of Cards,' we're prompted to question: Who will steer the course of AI, and how will it redefine our collective future?

Taiwan’s Workers’ Movement

Interview with the "Iron Lady" of Taiwan's Workers' Movement

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