Federal, state dysfunction hampers US virus fight

Since the viral outbreak of COVID-19 in the US, there have been a number of serious clashes between the federal and state governments.

Anti-virus fight fully shows Chinese govt serves its people

Limited liability government or unlimited liability government, it doesn't matter. Fewer infections, fewer deaths, these are the most hardcore indicators of all governance today. Anyone who tries to fool the public and let people forget this absolute thing through various interpretations has ulterior motives.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 23:22:58

China's anti-virus aid out of goodwill, responsibility, not atonement

An absurd theory is emerging in international public opinion. It maliciously suggests that China is “culpable” for the global coronavirus pandemic, and that what the country is doing – such as providing foreign assistance – is an atonement for its “sins.” Such rhetoric is completely groundless and is nonsense.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 22:38:40

Anti-China chorus can't mask country's contributions to virus fight: Global Times editorial

The US and some other Western countries have been recently launching continuous public opinion attacks on China from changing perspectives. They accused China of concealing data on the number of COVID-19 infections and deaths, politicized disputes over the quality of certain medical supplies shipped from China to the West, threw mud at China's diplomacy and demanded China be held accountable for the coronavirus outbreak, as if they are in tune with a new anti-China chorus.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 21:53:40

Pushing decoupling strangles China-US virus cooperation

For those who advocate China-US decoupling and are wearing China-made masks, don't you feel embarrassed?
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 21:43:40

Federal, state dysfunction hampers US virus fight

Since the viral outbreak of COVID-19 in the US, there have been a number of serious clashes between the federal and state governments.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 21:13:40

COVID-19 blunders signal end of 'American Century'

For most people it's unfathomable that the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is the first global event that hasn't been led by the US since 1941. In 1941, the US was a leader in the worldwide antifascist war. During this current global fight against an invisible enemy, the US is hardly able to protect itself. The US should have been much better prepared for the outbreak considering the coronavirus came to its shores after it had rampaged through China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Italy, France, Germany and Britain.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 19:38:40

'Commitment, competence, and readiness' turned the tide in China's virus fight

The coronavirus is posing an increasingly tough challenge to the entire world. What can China's successful experience offer? What role does it play in the global anti-virus fight? What's behind some Western politicians' slandering of China's efforts? Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn, chairman of The Kuhn Foundation and recipient of the China Reform Friendship Medal (2018), shared his insights on these issues and more with Global Times (GT) reporter Yan Yunming.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 18:33:40

Ill-intentions behind criticism of donations that links current shortages in Australia

The global pandemic is not local or regional. It transcends borders and threatens the entire human race. A global existential crisis calls for global efforts. At this most challenging time, it undermines the global joint virus fight if one continues stirring up political biases and prejudices.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 15:58:40

International landscape roiling with changes brought by pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is also reshaping the content and form of international strategic communications. In the past, US-led Western countries alone engaged in exchanges regarding major global issues. With the increasing number of severe non-traditional security challenges, however, communication between major developing countries and developing and developed nations is increasing. Not only are political, security, and economic issues being discussed. Non-traditional security challenges such as the financial crisis, terrorism, and public health have become priority topics.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/30 13:48:40

There's absolutely no room for cover-up regarding new outbreak

The government has the ability to turn the tide when the outbreak in Hubei was spreading, then it surely has the ability to carry on as it is. This is certainly easier to do than in previous national battle against the epidemic, and it is particularly valuable that, the vigilance of the government and the whole society has not been relaxed, and there is no reason for us to fall down again.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/29 23:18:40

Don't sensationalize mask quality dispute:Global Times editorial

China has controlled the epidemic situation mainly by relying on its own produced medical materials. The Chinese products are undoubtedly reliable. Otherwise, there wouldn't have been so many countries placing orders with China. If there is any problem, let's solve it together.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/29 22:13:40

Politicizing China's anti-epidemic aid stems from bias

China is willing to offer help if any country is in need, but for those who keep smearing China's foreign assistance, they had better not use any China-provided supplies.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/29 20:47:20

India must walk a fine line between containing virus and keeping economy running

India and China share a number of similarities. They both have populations exceeding 1 billion and both are developing countries. China's successful COVID-19 fight, which featured rapid mobilization of resources and timely public warnings and deep coordination between the government and the people, are lessons India and other countries should heed.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/29 19:08:41