America should not be exhausting its current efforts ... pointing fingers. The emergence of the novel coronavirus is no reason to sanction China.
The ongoing unrest exposes the deep-rooted problem of inequality and a lack of justice, reflecting the anger of the people at the bottom.
[T]he government is collectively and openly promoting an approach to let nature take its course, killing as many as it may.
Beijing's latest power play is as much a response to Donald Trump by a Chinese power that has become nationalist as it is an action designed to restore calm in Hong Kong.
'Against the Trumps and the Xi Jinpings, there is a place for 'ambitious and avant-garde' leadership.'
The international community needs to support the WHO so that the world does not fall into dysfunction, entrapped by the antagonism between the U.S. and China.
[S]ome U.S. politicians have become focused on politically manipulating the pandemic and carefully devising a plan for transforming the disaster caused by lackluster pandemic response measures into a political tool.
In shifting the focus to the WHO and China and pointing to them as the problem, the attention is diverted away from the fact that it’s Donald Trump’s actions that are effectively killing businesses and jobs in the U.S.
[T]he United States is attempting to pull Korea into an industrial and defensive alliance in an effort to isolate China from the global supply chain after the COVID-19 situation.
[Trump's] actions are only paving the way for China to exert even greater influence, despite this being the situation he is trying to avoid.