- Two sessions offer view of China progress
- I applaud China for offering such a challenge to Africa and other continents in the world. This is worth aping if we are to foster relations between China and African countries.
- Arms race with US does not fit China's development goals
- China has no intention of building barriers for a tech cold war. Beijing is willing to be involved in technological competition with the US as long as it is fair and equal. In the same light, China does not fear any military threat from the US, but will not let itself get caught in an arms race by US provocations, as this does not fit China's development goals.
- Expert: Who shot down India's MiG-21 in India-Pakistan air battle?
- Not long ago, an air battle broke out between India and Pakistan. The captured Indian pilot noted that he was in search of the target when his MiG-21 Bison fighter jet was shot down. In the process, he neither shot down nor spotted any F-16 fighters of the Pakistani Air Force. So what happened indeed?
- Future of ties with China not solely decided by the US
- China is the subject that can unite both sides amid a polarized political environment in the US. Topics about China have been manipulated to relate to every American's interest and US national security, be it external or internal policymaking.
- China will not pick sides in India-Pakistan disputes
- China will not pick sides in India-Pakistan disputes. Aiming at easing the two countries' conflicts and improving the anti-terrorist situation, China will play the role of a mediator and facilitator amid the ongoing tensions.
- F-35 fighter jet plan 'not aimed at China'
- Singapore's decision to buy F-35 fighter jets from the US is unlikely aimed at China, and recent analyses by US media saying otherwise are ridiculous and wishful thinking, Chinese experts said.
- China's military spending is no threat to others
- China's military spending accounted for about 1.3 percent of its GDP in 2018, while the proportion was above 2 percent in some major developed countries. And although China is the world's second-largest military spender, it still lags far behind the United States, which has a defense budget of $716 billion this year.