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  1. Protest against China in New Delhi

    Commentary: China’s ‘charm offensive’ has become rather charmless

    The shine has come off what was once seen as China’s deft ability to make friends and wield influence, says Mark Beeson.
  2. US President Donald Trump proclaims friendship with China's President Xi Jinping but their

    Commentary: Beijing would prefer another term of Trump chaos to a Biden presidency

    The fact that Beijing prefers someone who attacks China as part of his campaign strategy shows how bad Sino-US relations have become, says the ...
  3. US officials have repeatedly accused Huawei of stealing American trade secrets

    Commentary: Trump's strategy on Huawei and China is disastrous

    The US has valid complaints with China about market access, intellectual property theft and security, but Trump is focused on phony issues, says ...
  4. White House trade adviser Peter Navarro listens to a news conference outside of the West Wing of th

    White House's Navarro 'never heard' Trump ask China's Xi for help winning election

    White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Sunday said he was in the room with President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping when they ...
  5. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has raised eyebrows by promoting conspiracy theories

    Commentary: Why are Chinese officials acting like Internet trolls and entertaining online fights with the US?

    A heated exchange of words is unhelpful when the superpowers need each other, especially in view of the economic downturn exacerbated by the ...
  6. Officials sing the national anthem at the closing session of the National People's Congress (N

    Commentary: China’s Communist party will survive COVID-19

    Even though China is seeing soaring unemployment and stuttering growth, social unrest is unlikely, says the Financial Times’ Jamil Anderlini.
  7. Chinese and US flags flutter outside a corporate building in Beijing in January 2020

    Commentary: US-China relations were already heated. Then COVID-19 threw fuel on the flames

    Rather than being a reason for China and the US to come together, COVID-19 has been an accelerant in their hostilities, says an observer.