Something is changing in U.S. society. It is time to listen.
<i>The Convention Center is where the families who do not find their loved ones come.</i>
A man walks in a parking lot looking at the ground and stops to say, “I have not heard from my wife since yesterday.” Robert Peterson had been in Las Vegas since 11 a.m. on Monday, and at 4 p.m., he still did not know where [Read more]
The meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago laid a good foundation for China-U.S. relations for the next few years. On the topic of economic and trade cooperation that the world was concerned with, both sides expressed the will to expand real collaboration on areas [Read more]
Examples of foreign policy combined with other internal policies reflect that the true war of Donald Trump lies in deconstructing the system.
A delegation from North Korea’s Foreign Ministry held informal talks with former U.S. State Department officials in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for two days, starting on Oct. 21, 2016. Among the North Korean participants were Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol and Deputy U.N. Ambassador Jang Il-hun, while those on the [Read more]
Many politicians are purposefully looking for a scapegoat for America’s mess, so China is seen as the instigator of American problems and as America’s challenger.
We reject the attempts to undo decades of efforts to achieve a close relationship.
On the eve of the G20 meeting, as the world’s two largest economies and trade nations, the U.S. and China must join forces and fight trade protectionism together.
America’s consistent trick is to raise up the banner of “international law” when it is advantageous. But when it isn’t, the U.S. treads international law underfoot and continues on its way with complete disregard for it.