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UK PM trumps Labor leader in televised debate
UK PM Johnson seems to have trumped his Labor opponent in a national televised debate according to a public poll, as Labor's more nuanced and layered positions on Brexit and national affairs fails to compel.
Petrol subsidy reform poses tough challenge for Iran
Despite violent protests, Iran's action in cutting a longstanding petrol subsidy could have good results long-term, but may also encourage the U.S. to further tighten the sanctions screw.
Who will emerge to represent the Democratic Party in 2020?
The Democratic Party is gripped by confusion with a plethora of candidates at present seeking nomination as its flag bearer in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
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Who will emerge to represent the Democratic Party in 2020?

By Shi Weicheng

The Democratic Party is gripped by confusion with a plethora of candidates at present seeking nomination as its flag bearer in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Waterlogged Venice sign of things to come

Waterlogged Venice is adding to the pool of evidence that we are in the midst of a climate emergency that demands an urgent and concerted response.

Scientific research requires accuracy, authenticity, integrity

By Wang Yiqing

Academic misconduct is a serious issue that relates not only to the reputation of the researchers but also the entire academic community, which requires exhaustive investigation to clarify the facts.

Education and industry: Reform and integration

By Mathew Wong

A trial plan is being launched to promote integration of education and industry to alleviate a shortage of professionals and skilled talents to keep China competitive in the global economy.

How e-commerce tech is behind record-breaking Double 11 sales

By Barry He

The use of augmented reality, virtual reality, automated analytics and artificial intelligence has revolutionized the online retail industry and allowed it to reap soaring profits on Double 11 day.

BRICS members rally to counter shocks of bullying, protectionism

As economic globalization faces headwinds, the BRICS economies should identify the difficulties and pain points that hinder trade and investment among them and come up with practical solutions.

Columnists>>

UK PM trumps Labor leader in televised debate

By Heiko Khoo

UK PM Johnson seems to have trumped his Labor opponent in a national televised debate according to a public poll, as Labor's more nuanced and layered positions on Brexit and national affairs fails to compel.

Petrol subsidy reform poses tough challenge for Iran

By Jin Liangxiang

Despite violent protests, Iran's action in cutting a longstanding petrol subsidy could have good results long-term, but may also encourage the U.S. to further tighten the sanctions screw.

The new area of BRICS cooperation in the next 'golden decade'

By Jiang Shixue

BRICS member nations need to ramp up cooperation in science, technology and innovation to stay relevant and keep ahead in an innovation-driven world.

 
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