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    Opinion: ? Editor's Pick ? Cartoons ? Columnists ? In Focus
    Behind the U.S. 'forced labor' propaganda on Xinjiang
    In recent weeks, reports alleging "forced labor" by the Chinese government on the country's Uygur population have sprung up in western news outlets. From The New York Times to Democracy Now!, articles have accused China of coercing thousands of the ethnic minority group members into assembly lines making branded products such as Nike, Apple and Amazon.
    COVID-19 presents a terrifying new threat to people in conflict zones
    ICRC President Peter Maurer outlines his fears over the impact of COVID-19 in the world’s troubled areas, and calls for an urgent international response to overcome challenges and protect those at greatest risk.
    Coronavirus is top issue in South Korean election
    South Korea will hold a national election on April 15, and, after facing initial criticism over his COVID-19 policy, President Moon Jae-in has been vindicated and looks set to stay in office.
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    Globalization may slow but will never stop

    By Zhang Lianqi

    The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis, but it does not represent a crisis to globalization. China’s industrial chain still contains huge development space and innovation opportunities, and it will continue to play an important role in the process of globalization.

    Tap the new potential

    By Michael Zakkour

    Economic decoupling is not the answer to problems in the post-COVID-19 world.

    UK's Labour leader Keir Starmer tasked with uniting party

    By Robert Griffiths

    Unlikely to have much of an impact in the near future though, newly elected Labour leader Keir Starmer faces the challenge of uniting the party and appealing to voters both new and old.

    Governments should rely more on the WTO in the fight against the coronavirus

    By James Bacchus

    At a time when more international cooperation is urgently needed to control and conquer the spreading coronavirus pandemic, including in trade, the international institution established to oversee trade is increasingly shunted to the sidelines.

    COVID-19 presents a terrifying new threat to people in conflict zones

    By Peter Maurer

    ICRC President Peter Maurer outlines his fears over the impact of COVID-19 in the world’s troubled areas, and calls for an urgent international response to overcome challenges and protect those at greatest risk.

    Debate over novel coronavirus source is a dead end

    By Yang Xinhua and Jiang Xinyu

    The toxic debates surrounding the source of the novel coronavirus run counter to the spirit of science and even threaten to undermine the fight against the pandemic.

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    Online education brings opportunities and challenges

    By Sajjad Malik

    With millions of students at home under lockdown, schools, colleges and universities are looking to online teaching to lessen the impact. But fully utilizing it in the long term will require more coordinated and focused efforts.

    Coronavirus is top issue in South Korean election

    By Mitchell Blatt

    South Korea will hold a national election on April 15, and, after facing initial criticism over his COVID-19 policy, President Moon Jae-in has been vindicated and looks set to stay in office.

    Advice for universities dealing with pandemic

    By Eugene Clark

    As the COVID-19 pandemic deepens, universities are seeing loopholes in their risk management procedures. Here are the key issues to consider in pandemic planning and preparedness to protect the health and safety of students and staff members.

     
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    Great and beautiful: Zhang Weili defends UFC title

    Zhang Weili stunned the world last year with a 42-second TKO, rewriting the history book on Chinese fighters at the UFC. This year on local time March 7, Zhang successfully defended her UFC strawweight title in Las Vegas with a split-decision victory over former champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk who previously held the belt for over two years.

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