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Opinion: ? Editor's Pick ? Cartoons ? Columnists ? In Focus
?Why NATO's decision to label China a 'systemic challenge' is absurd
NATO has controversially labeled China as a strategic competitor and potential threat. The alliance's decision on this matter is absurd and dangerous.
Roe v. Wade decision: The ending is not the end
The U.S. Supreme Court abortion reversal raises a moral question. Did Americans miss the best timing to change this jurisprudence? Does the change outweigh the social consequences of not changing it at all?
Bodily autonomy is a fundamental human right
Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade last week, women in the United States now lack the basic right to autonomy over their bodies for the first time in half a century.
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Editor's Pick>>

Roe v. Wade decision: The ending is not the end

By Chen Zhihao and Song Lijue

The U.S. Supreme Court abortion reversal raises a moral question. Did Americans miss the best timing to change this jurisprudence? Does the change outweigh the social consequences of not changing it at all?

What Shakespeare can teach us about China-EU relations

By Andy Mok

Although Shakespeare is most known for his contributions to the English language, his works also reveal important insights into human nature that can offer guidance in China-EU relations.

China's efforts in World Heritage Sites conservation

By Mathew Wong

China has made great endeavors to maintain and strengthen local characteristics to protect its cultural civilization for the benefit of both the current and future generations.

China capable of coordinating COVID control with development

In coordinating epidemic prevention and control with economic and social development, China has gathered more confidence and experience, and its hard work has paid off.

To add or not to add?

By Lan Xinzhen

The current inflation really puts the U.S. government to the test: Will it lift tariffs on Chinese goods for the good of its own people and economic development, or will it stick to the tariffs regardless of its population's plight?

New initiative on the horizon

By Ong Tee Keat

Amid the growing existential threats compounded with the increasingly vulnerability to military clashes, any hegemonic moves to maintain one's geopolitical primacy at the expense of global peace and solidarity are nothing but despicable moves that deserve global disdain.

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Violence on trial in US entertainment industry

By Mitchell Blatt

With musicians increasingly coming under fire for previous improper and unlawful behaviors, America's entertainment industry is slowly facing a reckoning.

Toward a better future of BRICS cooperation

By Jiang Shixue

Over the past decade, cooperation between BRICS members has resulted in great progress and helped to establish common ground.

Remaining resilient amid challenges

By Eugene Clark

As the world faces numerous challenges on seemingly endless fronts, in order to succeed, humankind must pivot and remember that our future lies not in the hands of fate, but in our hands.

 
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Hong Kong Palace Museum: Narrating the charm of the Orient

Set to open on July 2, the Hong Kong Palace Museum will display over 900 items from the Palace Museum in Beijing, including first-class cultural relics.

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