- Taiwan Act weakens China-US mutual trust
- The US House of Representatives on May 7 passed the Taiwan Assurance Act of 2019 and House Resolution 273 which reaffirmed the US commitment to the island of Taiwan and the implementation of the Taiwan Relations Act.
- Behind the renewed fighting in Libya
- The Libyan National Army (LNA), a military force in the east of the country, advanced on the capital Tripoli on April 4 and had heavy fighting against the Armed Forces of the Government of National Accord (GNA). This round of conflict has deteriorated the situation in Libya, and it is inseparable from the competition and game of external forces.
- Taiwan issue no limit U.S. can push
- The United States House of Representatives passed the "Taiwan Assurance Act of 2019" and House Resolution 273 reaffirming America's commitment to Taiwan and the implementation of the Taiwan Relations Act Tuesday. China firmly opposes these actions by the United States. American politicians must be clear that any move aimed at containing China using the Taiwan issue will reach a dead end.
- A "report" that deliberately distorts the facts
- The Chinese side hopes the US will abandon its Cold War mentality and the outdated concept of zero-sum game, objectively and rationally view China’s strategic intentions and national defense development, stop issuing such irresponsible “reports” year after year, and instead make contributions to improving military-to-military and state-to-state relations between China and the US, not the other way round.
- U.S. disseminates false information about PLA dominance
- U.S. bitterness towards China is progressively sharpening. Every other month, it releases a Beijing-targeted report about growing threats from China, its trade or human rights practices, or any other issue that could blight Chinese national integrity.