China’s new leadership should focus on foreign policies that reassure its neighbors and the international community of its intentions, according to European experts.

Fundamental reforms needed

2013-02-27 07:19

With the government preparing its work reports for the National People's Congress next week, what are the biggest macroeconomic and structural reform challenges China faces in the year ahead?

As they bid farewell to the forefront of national leadership, Hu Jintao and his retiring CPC colleagues deserve congratulations and thanks for what they have brought about and left behind.

Changing balance of power

2012-11-16 08:04

China will unswervingly follow the path of peaceful development and seek to promote equality in international relations.

A major agenda of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China was to amend the CPC Constitution by including its latest theoretical and strategic achievements in the use of Marxism-Leninism.

Continuity for harmony

2012-11-15 08:09

The ostensible lack of drama throughout the weeklong session may disappoint sensation seekers. But the confidence in continuity, instead of revolutionary ideas and dramatic approaches, means a better tomorrow is attainable.

By becoming a stronger maritime power, China will be better able to safeguard its interests and contribute more to regional and world peace and stability.

The CPC has enhanced consensus on future reforms at the just-concluded national congress, which analysts say will pave the way for the new leadership to tackle public concerns.

Independent and impartial

2012-11-14 08:17

The rule of law means no organization or individual has the privilege of overstepping the Constitution and laws, and no one in a position of power is allowed in any way to take one's own words as the law.

Fairness in education

2012-11-14 08:17

Only by providing equal access to educational resources to as many children as possible will the largest number of talents be cultivated.

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