- Second Trump-Kim summit draws high attention
- The second summit between the top leaders of the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam at the end of February. Many parties are hopeful for substantive breakthroughs in this summit.
- "Three-party" peace talks on Syria still face setbacks
- Leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran recently held talks on Syria once again in the southern Russian city of Sochi recently, discussing issues such as the situation in Syria's Idlib area, the withdrawal of US troops from Syria and terrorism.
- Liaoning sale to Pakistan totally false: experts
- Media reports on China's decision to sell its only at-service aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, to Pakistan "in order to compete with India" are unrealistic, military analysts told the Global Times.
- 'China threat theory' gauges US paranoia
- During a Senate hearing on Tuesday, US Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats accused China, Russia, Iran and North Korea of increasingly "threatening minds and developing ways to disrupt critical infrastructures."
- US warships' futile geopolitical provocation in Taiwan Straits
- The US Pacific fleet's guided missile destroyer USS McCampbell and the USNS Walter S.Diehl transited through the Taiwan Straits on Thursday. This is the third time that US warships passed through the Taiwan Straits since October. Such high frequency has been rare in recent years.
- 5G competition a new arms race?
- The transition to 5G is a revolution and "this will be almost more important than electricity," an analyst was quoted by the report as saying.
- Fruitless US-Russia negotiations threaten IFN Treaty
- The US-Russia delegation held consultations on issues related to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty in Geneva on Jan. 15. But talks did not make any progress due to their disagreement. The United States and Russia are locked in a tit-for-tat situation.