The U.S. has the strength and international mobilization ability to create waves. China should adopt different approaches and strengths to rival the U.S. in this regard.
Those who advocate holding China accountable are politicians as well. Almost no U.S. scientist has endorsed such an accusation.
The White House's recent "Chinese lab theory" has been widely rejected, and even U.S.' allies have distanced themselves from the groundless slander, despite U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has changed his tone, admitting the U.S. cannot be certain the coronavirus outbreak originated in a Wuhan lab.
[C]onsidering there are still people in the U.S. who believe drinking disinfectant can kill the coronavirus ... we should not be too surprised that Bannon’s conspiracy theories still have a certain market.
China's investment in the U.S. has been declining in recent years, alongside less bilateral cooperation and communication in social and cultural sectors, among others.
The timing of this coincidence has created widespread speculation that this is a tit-for-tat move against China. Many argue the U.S. is trying to flex its muscles in outer space to attract attention of other countries, and steal China's thunder.
It is incomprehensible why the White House did not make an order to wear masks until Monday. However, the order came way too late.
The no-first-use principle is a positive concept in nuclear control that can reduce nuclear risk.
But in order to effectively prevent a war between China and the U.S., they urged Washington to abandon its war of words that poisons bilateral ties and risks a miscalculation of U.S. intent by China.
We shouldn’t take offense at these attacks by the international media .... Instead, it’s time we started doing the same thing.