Washington's latest troupe of sanctions on Pyongyang would serve as a indisputably undesirable gesture and risk undercutting the current international effort to lower the temperature on the Korean Peninsula.
The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels 170 years ago, still is a powerful tool to decipher the phenomenon of Western countries as well as development in China, according to scholars and experts interviewed by Xinhua.
One hundred and seventy years after the "Communist Manifesto" was first published in February 1848, it is still being recognized today by many people in Britain and other Western countries as a relevant tool to analyze capitalism's shortcomings and human development path.
When we learn that Chinese students and scholars were singled out as a threat to U.S. national security at a congressional hearing on Feb 13, what comes to mind is nothing but the return of the notorious McCarthyism.
Since China launched its Belt and Road Initiative in 2013, some politicians in the West have taken a skeptical attitude toward it, and even drummed up suspicions with their outdated "China threat" rhetoric. In the latest, and unexpected example, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that China must not link its investments in the western Balkans to political demands at a joint news conference with Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev in Berlin on Wednesday.
A senior Chinese envoy called for the international community to carry forward the UN Charter and its principles, build a new type of international relations with cooperation and mutual benefit as the core and promote a shared future at a Security Council meeting in New York on Wednesday.
As a conservationist, 27-year-old Wang Chunli knows what a rewarding yet bumpy ride the country must take before reaching its "Beautiful China" destination by the middle of the century.
A U.S. think tank report which envisions surprise attacks from China and Russia in "the return of great power competition" shows that some U.S. elites have miscalculated China's strategic intentions, analysts said.
Chinese living in the U.S. celebrated the Lunar New Year with traditional lion and dragon dance and family gatherings like they always do. But this year the holiday atmosphere was somewhat uneasy.