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Modi's diplomatic legacy likely to continue regardless of election result


An informal meeting between Modi and Xi in Wuhan in late April, 2018 became a milestone in bilateral relations. This mechanism drives the relationship from the top town. Whoever wins the election, intensified political, cultural and economic interactions between the two giants will not change significantly.


Modi's diplomatic legacy likely to continue regardless of election result

An informal meeting between Modi and Xi in Wuhan in late April, 2018 became a milestone in bilateral relations. This mechanism drives the relationship from the top town. Whoever wins the election, intensified political, cultural and economic interactions between the two giants will not change significantly.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/21 20:53:39

What to expect from a Kim-Putin meeting?

As far as China is concerned, Russia plays a balancing role in the nuclear issue. It is precisely because of China and Russia's stance to press for a peaceful resolution of the issue that the situation in the region has not worsened. China likes seeing Russia play a positive role on the North Korean nuclear issue through its “limited participation.”
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/21 20:48:39

Much at stake for Abe in imminent US meet

For the time being, the Abe administration delays its responses to US heat on economic and trade issues, but how long can such tactics last?
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/18 17:43:41

BRI helps countries bring governance reform

BRI helps countries improve governance by advancing development. All specific projects, including durian production, road management, customs links, and cooperation in capital and technology, will bring about policy and governance changes inch by inch. It is only such steady governance reform based on development that can be the foundation of good governance.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/17 18:43:41

US military ties could be a trap for India

Two events in 2017, the China-India border standoff and the announcement of the largest ever Malabar series of US-India-Japan trilateral naval exercises in the Bay of Bengal, continue to serve as a reminder of the strategic trap that India could find itself in the near and distant future.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/16 20:08:40

Being China's neighbor and US ally, Thailand needs to strike a balance between the two

Furthermore, Thailand lacks research and technical personnel. Labor costs in the Southeast Asian nation are higher than in neighboring countries, which could also affect Chinese investment in Thailand.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/15 20:13:41

Vote result won't hurt Modi's bid to boost ties

China recognizes India's rise and its development potential, and attaches great importance to bilateral relations. The development of China-India relations should be partly attributed to the Modi administration's efforts and India's awareness of China's significance and the fact that Beijing can bring opportunities rather than threats. Therefore, regardless of the election results, China-India relations will keep developing in the future no matter which party is at the helm of affairs.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/15 20:08:40

Strategic retreat the better choice for Iran

In recent years, Iran's strong presence in Yemen and Syria has triggered panic in the Arab world and Israel. If Iran adopts a prudent policy of strategic retreat, war and severe internal turmoil could be avoided. But if it continues to be intransigent, the denouement would be hard to imagine.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/14 20:18:39

Shady donations mar India's general election

But India has effective political mobilization, and Indians are enthusiastic about elections. In an ordinary Indian's eyes, voting brings hope of changing the status quo. Although general elections may not bring expected gains, all they can do is participate in the game.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/11 19:58:41

Steps the new Indian govt should take to cement ties with China

Even as India heads into a general election, it is important to keep focus on and not lose track of how the country must shape its foreign policy over the coming five years. Suggestions, inputs, advice on these issues will be valuable to any government which comes to power.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/10 19:43:41

Can Indian elections bring good governance?

To boost India's economic development and people's welfare, an ambitious target is insufficient. The country needs an efficient government, which is capable of gradually addressing specific issues, such as increasing youth employment and preventing sexual assault on women.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/10 19:23:40

US aircraft carrier's visit to Vietnam is largely symbolic but may still up the ante

While shelving disputes and managing maritime crises, China should continue to promote regional cooperation initiative such as BRI. This will be a priority for China's neighborhood diplomacy in the future.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/9 18:48:41

ASEAN refuses to emulate Western model

Concerning the China-US trade war, wars are never healthy anyway. But we are in this age where negotiations work and there is mutual respect. Now America has realized that China is a force to reckon with. It is basic human nature for people to covet success. That is the true definition of democracy.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/9 18:43:43

Why is the US critical of India's ASAT test?

The so-called space war is essentially an ASAT war. Global military powers are sparing no effort to carry out ASAT tests and develop related weapons. Some experts believe there is still a gap between India's ASAT ability and its need for such weapons. They are absolutely correct. China is in a similar situation. Beijing still has a long way to go before being a great space power.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/8 17:28:39

Australia's bid to mend ties may be insincere

China has become Australia's largest trading partner, export destination, source of tourism revenue and foreign students. China is indispensable to Australia's sustained economic prosperity and employment.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/7 16:52:24

India's school system flunks quality test

Don't forget Indian children who live in rural and far remote areas. For them, the pressing demand is to have classrooms, books, better teachers, and a fair chance to change their life path by studying hard for exams. Improving educational equity is the first step to solving the problem of quality in Indian primary education.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/3 15:48:40

Changing eras chronicle Japan's journey

Era names break up time and show that people look forward to a better future. “Reiwa” is a new start, but it doesn't mean that the problems left from the Heisei Era will disappear. They are still to be resolved by Japanese people themselves. People have expectations from Japan's new era, and we hope it will be more promising than the Heisei Era.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/2 17:48:40

Trump can't wait too long for cutting NK deal

Since Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal and criticized mending fences with Cuba, Democratic presidential candidates for 2020 may attack him on these issues. Although prediction is the hardest part in international relations, it is still possible that the third Kim-Trump summit will be held in 2019.
Source: Global Times | 2019/4/1 19:18:39

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