- Zimbabwe unlikely to reverse China ties
- If Zimbabwe can handle the crisis well and maintain national stability, it will fit the interests of the nation and Africa. The Chinese public would like to see peace in that distant but friendly country.
- Convergence remains on approach to DPRK issue
- After US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China agreed that the DPRK cannot just freeze its nuclear weapons program in exchange for benefits, China clarified on Thursday that this was not a change to its position that its "dual suspension" proposal is the best "first step" for defusing the crisis.
- Expert: U.S. won't retreat from South China Sea easily
- The U.S. has long-term and low-cost chips to "hijack" the South China Sea issue. Therefore, we must adopt a long-term view about the South China Sea game between China and the U.S. and not be swayed by temporary and short-term situations. The way to solve the South China Sea issue is long and hard.
- S.China Sea doesn't need outside 'help'
- The South China Sea should become the world's safest sea lane under the most active international cooperation, instead of a geopolitical playing field dominated by the US. Washington needs to exercise strategic restraint in the region rather than acting willfully.
- China and ASEAN can safeguard stability in South China Sea
- Developments over the past few days reveal the broadening consensus among the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and China that they, and they alone, are ones who should get their maritime house in order, and they are fully capable of doing so.
- Presence of US warships may provoke NK, say experts
- The presence of three US aircraft carriers in the western Pacific amid US President Donald Trump's visit to Asia may provoke North Korea and further strain the situation on the Korean Peninsula, Chinese experts said Thursday.
- America, obsessed with military power
- Actually, everyone knows how powerful the American military is, so it doesn't have to flex muscles everywhere, which will only create the opposite effect.
- Trump visit predicted to be 'historic'
- The first state visit of US President Donald Trump to China, which starts on Wednesday, is expected to be a "historic" success with joint efforts made by the two nations, senior diplomats of both sides said.