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    US well-known university Harvard announced Sunday night that Jorge Domínguez, a professor in the government department at Harvard, had been placed "on administrative leave" as 18 women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment in the past three decades. Domínguez has been placed "on administrative leave, pending a full and fair review of the facts and circumstances regarding allegations that have come to light," Michael Smith, the dean of the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, said in an email to the Chronicle of Higher Education newspaper. The first sexual harassment allegation began in 1979 and the latest from 2015, according to the investigation by the newspaper. "It wasn't just the kisses on the cheeks and the hugs. It was also the requests to get drinks after work, the flirtatious emails, his asking one of them to sit next to him during a meeting," said the Chronicle report. In the wake of a Chronicle investigation revealed last week that found 10 women who say Dominguez made them uncomfortable, more have come forward. The number is now 18, including women from all areas of university life: graduate students, undergraduates, fellow professors, and staff members, said the newspaper. A statement on the website of the Harvard Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, where Dominguez is a faculty associate, said that the center "is unambiguously committed to the policy and practice of zero tolerance of sexual harassment or gendered disparity of treatment." The professor was found guilty of "serious misconduct" by Harvard in 1983 after Terry Karl, a junior professor in the department, reported that he had repeatedly groped, kissed, and propositioned her.重庆时时彩下载版The 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer report, released last week, finds that China has witnessed a leap in public confidence toward the institutions running the country, with 84 percent of Chinese interviewees having faith in their government. The US, meanwhile, is "enduring an unprecedented crisis of trust" with only 33 percent of respondents trusting the government. Americans never had that much faith in their government in the first place. But what little faith they had is seriously deteriorating. The crisis stems from whether the government can genuinely do something for its people. The more a government delivers for its citizens, fulfills expectations and resolves economic as well as social problems, the more belief it will gain from the public. Otherwise, it will only see public trust diminish inch by inch. The US government serves interest groups more than ordinary people. The endless partisan infighting over the years has produced an unproductive government. A decision-making mechanism that is supposed to enhance the government's decision-making capacity through competition, correction and compromise between two mainstream parties, in fact achieves the opposite: The fierce conflicts and serious antagonism between the parties have critically jeopardized any possibility of consensus. In many other countries, a multi-party system has caused similar conundrums with their government's authority distinctly descending. In nations such as India and Brazil, where local authorities often cannot coordinate with central government, the government's potency is likewise limited. Government performance is also undermined by corruption and a lack of social mobility.China faces a few problems of its own. But the nation has been resolving them effectively, including cracking down on corruption, carrying out reforms and tackling pollution. Above all, China is eliminating dereliction of duty and ensuring all authorities and officials fulfill their responsibilities, which is one of the focuses of government work in 2018. This is how the Chinese government is gaining trust. The overwhelming majority of Chinese people have enjoyed an improving living standard over the past decades and they believe their lives in the years to come will get better. As US President Donald Trump shouts "America first," the federal government shuts down within one year of his tenure. It took five years for his predecessor Barack Obama to achieve the same dubious milestone. Every government wants to put its country first, but the question is how. "The world of traditional power politics was typically about whose military or economy would win. In today's information age, politics is also about whose 'story' wins," wrote Harvard professor Joseph S. Nye, a former US assistant secretary of defense. Glimpsing the US "story" today, we observe a massive collapse in public faith.。

    With the Winter Olympics in South Korea approaching, Washington and Pyongyang have tamped down harsh rhetoric toward each other, although US experts said the calm may be temporary. The United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have been engaged in a tit-for-tat of words in recent months, with US President Donald Trump warning that he could unleash fire and fury on the Asian nation, and DPRK leader Kim Jong Un threatening that his nation is capable of striking the United States with nuclear weapons at any moment. The heightened rhetoric characterized interactions between the two leaders for several months, leading to many Asian nations' fret over the possibility of the two coming to blows. However, in the run-up to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, tensions seem to have subsided for now, although experts said the battle of words could pick up at a later point, once the games have concluded. "There is little incentive for the United States and North Korea (the DPRK) to engage in the heated rhetoric of 2017 at the moment," said Troy Stangarone, senior director at the Korea Economic Institute, a Washington-based policy research institution. "President Trump has refrained to give space to (South Korean President) Moon Jae-in to engage North Korea over the Olympics and has been consumed with domestic issues, while provocative statements by Kim Jong Un would have undermined (Kim's) efforts to reach a deal for North Korea to take part in the Olympics," Stangarone said. Additionally, neither Trump nor Kim will want to be seen as the reason for tensions rising during the Olympics, Stangarone added. This is happening even as Washington slapped another round of sanctions on Pyongyang on Wednesday, in a bid to get the DPRK to abandon its nuclear weapons program. Wednesday's new sanctions from the US Treasury Department targeted nine entities, 16 individuals and six vessels in response to the DPRK's alleged "ongoing development of Weapons of Mass Destruction and continued violations of United Nations Security Council resolutions." Recent weeks have seen Trump express openness toward direct talks with the DPRK and optimism about the warming relations between the two Koreas, as the two Koreas have been engaged in an abundance of projects to promote the Winter Olympics in recent weeks. Meanwhile, however, US media reports have said that the White House is not ruling out a so-called "bloody nose" -- a targeted strike aimed to destroy the DPRK's nuclear weapons facilities. Still, some analysts believe Pyongyang will ultimately be able to obtain a nuclear weapon that is capable of targeting the United States mainland. Stratfor, a US geopolitical intelligence group, said recently that the United States may end up standing by as the DPRK promotes its nuclear weapons development. "Though we cannot rule out a preventative strike against North Korea (the DPRK) entirely, the threat of a messy war in East Asia that shoves the world back into economic recession is a steep price to pay," said Rodger Baker, Stratfor's vice president of strategic analysis. Analysts said DPRK leaders have always been astute geopolitical observers. The DPRK leadership saw how leaders in Iraq and Libya were toppled by the United States, and Kim does not want to suffer the same fate. Thus Pyongyang sees nuclear weapons as the only ticket to its survival, and will not let go of them anytime soon, experts said.重庆时时彩下载版。

    Ford Motor Co said its China chief, Jason Luo, has stepped down after only five months at the helm for personal reasons, a sudden resignation that raises questions over how the automaker will best tackle a sales slump in the world's biggest car market.Luo had been poached from Key Safety Systems, and it had been hoped that he would repeat his performance at the auto parts maker, where he engineered a surge in China revenue.He also oversaw its $920 million sale to China's Ningbo Joyson Electronic and the $1.6 billion purchase of assets from bankrupt Japanese airbag maker Takata Corp."Jason offered his resignation for personal reasons that predate his time at Ford," Peter Fleet, head of Ford's Asia-Pacific operations, said in the statement."Ford accepted Jason's resignation as the right way for him and the company to proceed. Jason's decision was not related to the business strategy or performance of Ford China," Fleet said, adding that Luo's replacement would be announced later.The departure, effective immediately, is a blow to Ford, which has been falling behind rivals in the market. Its China sales slid 6 percent in 2017 compared with a 3 percent rise for the industry overall. However, driven by the strong demand of China's luxury car market, Ford luxury brand Lincoln reported sales of more than 54,000 units in China last year, soaring 66 percent from the year before. It was the third consecutive year for the luxury marque to break the annual sales record.Ford plans to launch more than 50 new types of vehicles in China by 2025, including at least 15 electric vehicles.Luo was meant to help the company improve ties with local joint-venture partners like Chongqing Changan Automobile Co and be nimbler in responding to local consumer demand. At Ford, Luo was in charge of operations in its greater China region, including its import business, Lincoln, its passenger car joint venture Changan Ford, its commercial vehicle investment in Jiangling Motors Corporation, and its Taiwan operations.,。,。,。Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday urged law enforcement officers to ensure the safety of athletes and fans in Russia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup. "We should hold the upcoming World Cup at the highest level and above all, ensure full safety of football players and fans," Putin said at the annual expanded meeting of the Interior Ministry Board. Russia's law enforcement agencies already have a great deal of positive experience and will respond correctly and in compliance with the law under any circumstances, he said. "A successful World Cup and Russia's national image directly depend on your accurate and competent work," Putin said. Violent clashes between supporters after a Russia-England Euro 2016 match in France, hurt Russian football fans' global reputation. Some Western countries have expressed their concerns over safety in the lead up to the World Cup. The World Cup will be held from June 14 to July 15 in 11 Russian cities, including Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Kazan among many others.。

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    Chinese smartphone brands dominated the Indian market thanks to successful localization, according to a global tech industry analysis firm. Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi led the Indian market with shipments close to 8.2 million units in Q4 2017 while Samsung shipped just over 7.3 million smartphones to take second place, according to Canalys. Together, the top two vendors now command more than half of the smartphone market in India, with market leader Xiaomi at 27 percent and second-place Samsung at 25 percent. Canalys research analyst Ishan Dutt attributed Xiaomi's rapid progress to successful localization in channel strategy, marketing and products. Chinese counterparts Vivo, Oppo and Lenovo rounded out the top five, according to Canalys. China produced fewer mobile phones last year as home market gradually becomes saturated. Shipments of domestic mobile phone brands fell by 12.4 percent year on year to reach 436 million last year, official data showed."The current property market has bubbles, especially in the first- and second-tier cities, while for the third- and fourth-tier cities, [the situation] is fine. The bubbles cannot be squeezed out intentionally but need attentive management."Yang WeiminCPPCC member and deputy director of the Office of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs"The first version of the international standard for 5G is scheduled to be completed in June this year, and the third phase of China's 5G research and experimentation will be completed by the end of this year. Our country has also launched a contest to solicit creative application of 5G in society."Liu DuoNPC deputy and president of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology。

    China's luxury product sales rebounded in 2017 after about three years of moderation as more young consumers spent on global brand cosmetics and jewelry. Sales of luxury goods in China hit 142 billion yuan (22.2 billion US dollars) last year, up about 20 percent year on year, the biggest growth since 2011, according to a report by consultancy firm Bain and Co. Bain attributed the rebound to Chinese government encouragement for domestic consumption, lowered import tariffs as well as moves by global luxury brands to adjust prices. A survey of 1,170 respondents showed that those aged between 20 and 34 were the major contributors to the warming market. They are tech-savvy and have deeper understanding of the luxury market with a preference for street casual and fashionable design, the report showed. Online shopping for luxury products grew significantly last year despite a limited share in overall sales. More luxury brands launched official online shopping sites and spent more on digital marketing. The world's top 40 luxury brands have rolled out their own WeChat accounts to engage with Chinese consumers, who make up about 32 percent of global luxury goods consumers, according to the report. Bain expects China's luxury products sales to maintain strong momentum this year but post slower annual growth within the range of 10 to 15 percent due to a high comparison base.As US President Donald Trump announced the US move to impose high tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a Chinese senior official, Liu He, was wrapping up his visit to the US that was intended to ease economic tensions between the world's two largest economies.China and the US share more mutual benefits than differences and cooperation is the only right option for both countries, and if US moves hurt China's interest, China will not "sit idle," said a spokesman for the annual session of China's national legislature Sunday.Liu is a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, director of the General Office of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs, and he traveled to the US at the invitation of the US government from Tuesday to Saturday.Liu said that the two countries should settle their trade disputes through cooperation rather than confrontation, so as to secure the healthy development of bilateral economic and trade ties, the Xinhua News Agency reported.During his visit, Liu discussed China-US economic and trade cooperation, as well as other issues of mutual concern with US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, White House National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.There is no guarantee that China and the US won't have more trade friction, said Wang Dong, deputy secretary general of the American Studies Center at Peking University. "China needs to prepare for the escalation of trade friction if the Trump administration persistently pushes protectionism and further damages China's interests."The two sides also agreed to talk about related issues in Beijing in the near future, in a bid to create conditions for further cooperation, Liu told Xinhua on Saturday."The most important outcome of Liu's visit is that both sides agree to use dialogue and cooperation to solve differences and the key is that a new round of the bilateral Comprehensive Economic Dialogue will start under these joint efforts," Diao Daming, an associate professor at the Renmin University of China, told the Global Times on Sunday."Trump understands the lose-lose consequence of a trade war, but he loves to use tough measures to gain bargaining power before negotiations, so it is possible he might launch more actions to create pressure on China in the near future," Wang said.China will not sit idleTrump said Thursday that the US would impose a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent for aluminum, raising concerns of escalating trade tensions between the two countries. "Although this move affects China, it not only targets China. It's almost challenging the economic system of the whole world, and many countries, including some US allies, will oppose Trump's move," Diao said.The stable development of Sino-US ties serves the fundamental interests of people of both countries and is much anticipated by the international community, Zhang Yesui, spokesperson for the first session of the 13th National People's Congress, said at the annual session of China's national legislature Sunday, Xinhua reported. "China doesn't want a trade war with the US, but if any US move hurts China's interests, we will not sit idle," said Zhang at the conference on Sunday.Differences and consensusZhang pointed out that some friction is natural given the huge bilateral trade volume, while economic and trade ties between the countries are essentially mutually beneficial. It's normal for China and the US to have different ideas on certain issues, but such differences do not necessarily lead to confrontation, Zhang said. The right approach is to open up each other's markets, make the pie of cooperation bigger and work together to find solutions acceptable to both parties through dialogue and consultation, Zhang added. Newspaper headline: Cooperation only right option for China, US。

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    China has invited Latin American and Caribbean countries to join its Belt and Road (B&R) initiative, as part of an agreement to deepen economic and political cooperation in a region where US influence has historically been strong.Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the region was a natural fit for the initiative, which China has leveraged to deepen economic and financial cooperation with developing nations."China will always stay committed to the path of peaceful development and the win-win strategy of opening-up and stands ready to share development dividends with all countries," Wang said at a meeting between China and 33 members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) on Monday (Chilean time).Representatives from CELAC - a bloc formed in Venezuela in 2011 that does not include the US or Canada - and China signed a broad agreement to expand ties.Though it had few specific details, the agreement is part of an evolving and more aggressive Chinese foreign policy in Latin America as the US, under President Donald Trump, has taken a more protectionist stance.Wang emphasized projects to improve connectivity between land and sea, and cited the need to jointly build "logistic, electricity and information pathways."The Santiago declaration, signed by China and CELAC delegates, also calls for bolstering trade and taking action on climate change.Chile Foreign Minister Heraldo Munoz, who has criticized Trump in the past, said the agreement marked an "historic" new era of dialogue between the region and China."China said something that is very important, that it wants to be our most trustworthy partner in Latin America and the Caribbean and we greatly value that," said Munoz. "This meeting represents a categoric repudiation of protectionism and unilateralism."China is already testing US dominance in Latin America, offering the region $250 billion in investment over the next decade. It is the top trading partner of many countries in the region.Still, Wang played down the idea of a race for influence."It has nothing to do with geopolitical competition. It follows the principle of achieving shared growth through discussion and collaboration," Wang said in his remarks. "It is nothing like a zero-sum game."In recent years, Chinese companies have moved away from merely buying Latin American raw materials and are diversifying into sectors such as auto production and e-commerce.重庆时时彩下载版The removal of the barrier around the core of Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province, will further optimize the local investment environment and allow Hong Kong residents to make investments in Guangdong Province, Chinese commerce ministry spokesperson Gao Feng told the Global Times on Thursday.The State Council, China's cabinet, on Monday approved the removal of the barbed wire fence that was set up more than three decades ago to mark the boundary of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone."We're actively promoting economic and trade cooperation between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao by exploiting the comprehensive advantages of the three areas," Gao said, noting that a free flow of productive factors including goods, capital, talent and information will also be further advanced in the three areas.China outlined its plan to develop a "Polar Silk Road" in its first official Arctic policy white paper released on Friday in a move that the foreign ministry said clarifies China's "close involvement in Arctic affairs."The paper represents the Chinese government's first document on Arctic policies and clarifies China's role as being "closely involved in Arctic affairs," foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a daily briefing on Friday.China has been engaged in the Arctic since the 1990s. And the white paper will guide future activities in line with international expectations, Hua noted."China hopes to work with all parties to build a 'Polar Silk Road' through developing the Arctic shipping routes," said the paper, issued by the State Council Information Office on Friday."China, as a responsible major country, is ready to cooperate with all relevant parties to seize the historic opportunity in the development of the Arctic to address the challenges brought by changes in the region," the paper reads. South Korea, Japan, the UK, France and Germany have all released their own Arctic policies and China's Arctic policies will help strengthen cooperation, Hua said."The white paper explains the reasons for China's participation in Arctic affairs, which honors its international responsibilities and is consistent with international laws," Dong Yue, a research fellow at the Polar Research Institute of the Ocean University of China, told the Global Times on Friday."It states China's basic principles in conducting activities in the region: respect, cooperation, win-win results and sustainability."Dong said China would respect the existing order, international rules and laws as well as the sovereignty and interests of relevant countries. "China's activities in the area will not go against the existing governance system or international morality," he said.Being committed to the existing framework of international laws and rules, the white paper reads, China would like to build and maintain "a just, reasonable and well-organized Arctic governance system."Belt and RoadThe white paper also said that China would like to "jointly understand, protect, develop and participate in the governance of the Arctic, and advance Arctic-related cooperation under the Belt and Road initiative." China has proposed win-win results and sustainability as it is a practice of the Chinese leader's vision of building a community with a shared future for human beings, Dong said.Some countries and overseas scholars have been hostile toward China's activities based on their biases, Dong said. Instead of simply claiming sovereignty over an area, China's proposals on dealing with shared problems including the Polar Silk Road, aim to deepen knowledge of the Arctic and better develop and protect the region.The white paper could help dispel the "China threat in the Arctic area" theory and enhance mutual trust between China and Arctic countries, Ding Huang, an expert on polar research from Wuhan University, told the Global Times."China could not be absent from Arctic affairs since it is geographically located near the area and any changes, including climate and environmental changes, will affect China," Ding said."And as an influential member of the international community, China has a responsibility to deal with Arctic affairs," he noted.China would not interfere with Arctic countries' affairs and would ask Chinese companies, organizations and individuals to strictly abide by relevant international laws and regulations, Ding said.China calls for peaceful utilization of the Arctic and commits itself to maintaining peace and stability in the region, according to the white paper.China supports peaceful settlement of disputes over territory and maritime rights and interests in line with such treaties as the UN Charter and general international law, and strives to reinforce cooperation with the Arctic States in maritime and air search and rescue, maritime early warning, emergency response, and information sharing, according to the white paper.Xinhua contributed to the storyNewspaper headline: China outlines ‘Polar Silk Road’。




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