The US hopes to crack down on China's high-tech development as well as its 5G technology. European countries should not be deceived by the US and must understand all the environmental factors of Huawei's case.
If they believe such false information that alleges Huawei is funded by the PLA, they are just like a kindergarten child at the mercy of their US teacher.
Obstructing the academic exchange between the two countries will further isolate the US, a result due to their actions. The US is choosing to ignore unlimited opportunities to expand scientific exchange with China.
The US political elites are ruining their country's good image in Chinese society which accumulated over time. We'd like to remind the US elites that such unscrupulous destruction will certainly lead to consequences. Anyone who pushes China and the US into an all-round confrontation would be a sinner in history. The US elites should have the vigilance and bear the responsibilities of not ruining the 21st century.
The world is also re-recognizing China. This country is strong, determined, and capable of tackling great challenges and making incredible achievements. Other countries should never underestimate and coerce China.
That the Notre Dame fire has immediately become a global focus reflects the unprecedented high level of globalization. But it has been mixed with much regret. In any case, the integration of human emotions is a general trend. More and more common challenges will continuously push us into a community of shared interests and emotions.
No matter how petty-minded the US becomes, we sincerely hope the Chinese government will keep opening-up. Being open will bring more strategic gains than being suspicious.
We believe the Labour Law and market adjustments will play a role in helping us overcome the transition period and bring changes. We call on Chinese companies to attach importance to the irreversible changes that are taking place in social production, actively respond to them and make adjustments accordingly. Whoever maintains its vitality following the trend will be more able to win the next round of competition.
US President Donald Trump on Friday called on the US to accelerate 5G deployment. “The race to 5G is a race America must win,” Trump stressed, “We want to be the leader in this.”
Greece's ascension to the CEEC is both a joyous event for the country and a positive gain for the cooperation. It is also a benefit to the EU.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London on Thursday. Ecuador revoked his seven-year asylum, and Ecuador's embassy in London "invited" British police to drag him out. Assange may be eventually extradited to the US to stand trial.
China has held its destiny in its own hands. The International Monetary Fund lowered its global growth forecast for 2019 but raised its forecast for China, which shows its optimism with China's ability to handle the trade war. China only needs to keep calm and do its best, and a promising future awaits the country.
The Chinese central government passed the Anti-Secession Law in 2005. The mainland's growing comprehensive strength and military power have provided more ability to enforce this law. Today's mainland has increasing capabilities to ensure that the one-China principle is widely recognized.
The joint statement has sent a strong message to all: No matter what tremendous changes the world is experiencing and regardless of whether there is confusion or problems between China and Europe, the two will continue to improve their relations and move on forward.
History has shown that even a powerful nation like the US cannot afford such a quagmire. The Middle East is a graveyard of ambitions. What this region needs is patience to maintain the status quo. The US has chosen a wrong place to show its strength.
The per capita GDP of Libya fell from the world's 56th position in 2010 to the 108th in 2017. This was definitely not the result of Gaddafi's governance alone. If the West doesn't want to assume the responsibility of helping Libya regain stability and development, they should at least admit to the world that the Western model is not almighty and means huge risks for many developing countries.
It is worth noting that there is a trend that as China becomes more open, the EU has become more vigilant against China. This will negatively affect the expansion of bilateral cooperation. The EU needs self-reflection.
The US should focus on solving those issues rather than containing China.
The former US governments' policies toward Taiwan were basically prudent. If the current US government fails to understand the complexity of the Taiwan question and acts aggressively, it is bound to pay the price.