The United States’ refusal to join the AIIB, the constant pressure it exerts on its allies, and the fact that it has disallowed other western countries from joining — essentially demanding that others not do what is advantageous to their own economies — is simply hegemony in the extreme.
Several days ago, the United States pointed to Chinese island building in the South China Sea as being responsible for exacerbated tensions in the region. But a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson responded yesterday, saying that U.S. assumptions about Chinese construction in the South China Sea are unfounded. In [Read more]
As Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke to the U.S. Congress, he did not offer an apology for [his nation's] history of invasion, nor did he mention the issue of comfort women. Abe's equivocation about Japan's war crimes and failure to face up to its history of invasion will not win him credibility among the [Read more]
Qhatever those seeking to contain it may do, China will always have the resolve and capability to build peace, friendship and cooperation in the South China Sea with the help of ASEAN states.
We believe that if the U.S. sees China as a top enemy, then China will be an enemy. If the U.S. can gradually reduce its animosity and distrust, then China will not be an enemy.
Many U.S. allies disagree with how the United States has resisted the AIIB in order to check China.
When an economic body maintains steady growth but low interest rates, this produces not only an economic bubble, but also a plague.
The public tends to believe that as Obama’s term reaches its end, he will overcome domestic and international restraints to achieve his goals ... and leave behind a significant legacy.
If the United States does not change its combative mindset and abandon thoughts of interfering with China's development, the mutually beneficial and cooperative U.S.-China trade relationship will inevitably suffer, as will U.S. efforts to revitalize its economy and peace and stability around the globe.
China does not pursue exclusive interests in Latin America, and it does not wish to contend with the U.S. for 'backyard sovereignty' and thereby put U.S. territory at risk.