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Zhong Sheng: The US can neither achieve lasting unity by “making” foreign enemies at the expense of America’s own interests nor deceive the public for long by playing a dangerous game of misleading the world about its relationship with China.
Ivanov: No prospects for improvement in Russian-US relations no matter who wins US presidential election, but that shouldn’t stop Washington, Moscow from trying to find common ground.
Sigov: US electoral process rigged by elite political class that is pursuing its own, anti-Russian agenda.
Zhong Sheng: Though some US politicians are trying everything to contain the country’s development and hinder the exchanges between China and the US, China still chooses to stand on the right side of history, responding with calmness, composure and confidence.
Zhang Zin: TikTok’s proposed partnership with US company, squeezed out of a ban threatened by the current US administration over so-called national security concerns, constitutes more of a marriage at gunpoint than one by mutual consent, and offers an unmistakable testimony to an increasingly self-dealing and overbearing Washington.
China holds first International Seminar on Global Digital Governance in Beijing and proposes “Global Initiative on Data Security.”
Incumbent Belarussian President Aleksandr Lukashenko won his sixth presidential election.
The question arises: Was Alaska actually sold, or was it simply transferred to the operational management of the U.S. by a fictitious contract to avoid political upheaval?
While the spectre of communism may no longer be haunting Europe, ghosts of conflicts past continue to rattle chains around world.
Analyst Fyodor Lukyanov examines how 2020 US presidential election might impact US-Russian relations.