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      Opinion: ? Editor's Pick ? Cartoons ? Columnists ? In Focus
      ?Is America's economic performance as great as it looks?
      The U.S. economy is being tested by soaring inflation, mounting uncertainties, and an exposure of structural inequality.
      US hurt by high gas prices
      As oil prices rise amid growing supply concerns, Americans stand to hurt more than most because of their gas- and car-obsessed lifestyles.
      When it comes to COVID-19, science matters
      Faced by the second-ever worst outbreak of COVID-19 though, China seeks only scientific means to address the pandemic in order to save lives.
      Cartoons >>

      Editor's Pick>>

      US wages economic war to maintain global supremacy

      By Zhang Yugui

      The United States is the only superpower in the world capable of creating regional conflicts or unilaterally waging wars.

      Instability brewer: Behind every war and turmoil in the world is shadow of the Star-Spangled Banner

      By GT staff reporters

      For more than 60 years, behind every war and turmoil in the world, one can almost always be assured to find the star spangled banner.

      Dire economic outcomes of sanctions

      By David Blair

      It's a pity that current NATO leaders are so short-sighted that they don't seem to consider the long-term consequences of their current policies. It's not clear whether the US administration has a long-term strategy on the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

      Ukraine crisis instigator: US-led NATO reneges on 'Not one inch eastward' promise to compress Russia's space to the extreme

      By Zhang Hao

      Since the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine began, the international community has become increasingly aware of the roles the US and NATO have played behind the crisis.

      Biden's ASEAN strategy could threaten bloc's centrality and neutrality

      By Yu Xiaodong

      The Biden administration's push for an anti-China Indo-Pacific strategy will not only threaten China but also undermine the cohesiveness of ASEAN countries.

      A new legal era

      By Evandro Menezes de Carvalho

      With governance based on law, legal certainty and government efficiency in China's administration are improved. We could conclude that the new era of Chinese socialism coincides with the new legal era in China.

      Columnists>>

      ?Is America's economic performance as great as it looks?

      By Tom Fowdy

      The U.S. economy is being tested by soaring inflation, mounting uncertainties, and an exposure of structural inequality.

      US hurt by high gas prices

      By Mitchell Blatt

      As oil prices rise amid growing supply concerns, Americans stand to hurt more than most because of their gas- and car-obsessed lifestyles.

      Challenges ahead for ROK's new leader

      By Mitchell Blatt

      The Republic of Korea elected Yoon Suk-yeol as its new president last week. What will his presidency likely mean for the region and the world?

       
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      In Focus>>

      The finesse of Chinese acrobatics

      These acrobatic shows with vivid ethnic features are a perfect interpretation of cultural fusion, as well as the harmony and interconnection among all the Chinese ethnic groups.

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