[T]he U.S. itself forged an official diplomatic relationship with the People’s Republic of China on the one-China principle 41 years ago. On what ground can it demand other countries not do the same?
With such a tense situation in the US, Washington is still manipulating politics
The U.S. moves are counterproductive at this time of crisis when the two sides need to enhance their coordination to combat the pandemic.
The Trump administration’s lack of action and responsibility and its squandering of the precious time bought by China for the world at immense sacrifices are the root causes of the massive outbreak in the U.S.
Because the U.S. government is incapable of implementing effective containment strategies, it has embraced the dishonest practice of blaming China in order to absolve itself of responsibility.
Realizing the urgency and seriousness of the situation, therefore, Trump vowed to make personal efforts to ensure that the U.S. and China can ward off distractions and cooperate in containing the epidemic.
[I]n the face of the current global health crisis, China and the U.S. should fulfill their respective responsibilities to provide public goods and lead their own citizens as well as other countries to tide over the crisis.
No doubt the principles that have governed the world since 1945 have changed.
[U]sing isolationism as a shield will only provoke fear of the virus and push the world into recession.
China and the U.S. have been engaged in a war of words recently and the U.S. is to blame.