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      George N. Tzogopoulos
      Why understanding Chinese foreign policy matters
      The more China grows, the more its significance in the global arena rises. The analysis of Chinese foreign policy is a necessary prerequisite to better understand international relations.
      Two Sessions set course for new journey
      Pause the politics and let the games begin
      China gives new boost to 17+1 Initiative

      Robert Griffiths
      China's Five-Year Plan goals being achieved despite COVID-19
      Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the goals of China's current 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20) are on course to be achieved, which is good news for the rest of the world.
      China's ambitious development blueprint
      UK poverty soars amid coronavirus
      The future of UK-China relations

      Tom Fowdy
      US infrastructure drive won't be as easy as it looks
      On paper, President Joe Biden's vision of a $2 billion infrastructure construction program to rekindle American domestic competitiveness looks good. However, politics dictate it won't be easy to achieve.
      IMF forecast shows China's economic strengths
      Striving for the vision of digital transformation
      Suez Canal jam: How supply chains can be resilient in wake of crises

      Shastri Ramachandaran
      Northeast revival key test of supply-side reform
      China's northeast, home to the old industrial bases for long, is on the brink of a major economic transformation.
      Trump inaugural brings many fears, few cheers
      Davos awaits Xi's pitch on responsive leadership
      Premier Li keeps economy on course

      Eugene Clark
      Moon Day: Time to look up
      Moon Day celebrates the historic moon landing that occurred on July 20, 1969. 51 years down the line, the world has moved beyond space exploration to look at many other possibilities and opportunities.
      ?Improving future by advancing legal education for China's secondary students
      GameStop: Stop the games and rebuild trust in reg-tech
      A world made better by genuine communication and dialogue

      John Ross
      A turning point for China and the world
      After managing to control the pandemic and eliminate poverty domestically last year, China has now set its sights on further economic growth, becoming a high-income economy and curbing climate change.
      China's NPC tackles global slowdown and climate change
      A trade war will cut US living standards
      BRICS dependent on free trade for development

      Dan Steinbock
      China's living standards will continue to rise
      As China's growth decelerates, international observers see the country approaching a "severe downturn." However, they miss the continuing rapid increase in Chinese living standards.
      From resurgences in US to spillovers in Americas
      World-class lessons from Shanghai FTZ
      Obama-Trump geopolitics changing US attitudes toward China, world

      Jin Liangxiang
      Why European countries oppose US on Iran nuclear issue
      The EU, by its explicit opposition to U.S. policy on the Iran nuclear deal, has expressed its dissatisfaction with the U.S. for its withdrawal from the JCPOA two years ago and its position to save the Iranian nuclear deal.
      Killing of Iran nuclear scientist adds uncertainties over Iran nuclear issue
      Bring Iran into the tent but not for containment
      Huge achievements in China-Saudi relations

      Tim Collard
      'Two Sessions' 2019: Seeking solutions across the board
      China passes broad-ranging policies in "Two Sessions" to boost economy, protect the environment and improve global relations.
      Global strategy remains rooted in regional diplomacy
      Decoding China's Ambassador to UK article
      South-South cooperation increasingly important

      Heiko Khoo
      Dark clouds over the US economy
      Fumbling and bumbling at both federal and state levels mean the overall prospects for the real economy in the U.S. are worse than at any time since the 1930s.
      Will the world economy return to normal soon?
      The post-pandemic slump
      COVID-19 adds to the world's economic woes

      Niranjan Sahoo
      Making sense of the UN climate summit
      Last month's UN climate summit in New York left much to be desired in the fight against global climate change, leaving China and India in a position to lead the charge.
      Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party wins landslide victory again
      Will CDAC serve as a catalyst for Asian exchange?
      Social Media threats loom large in Indian general elections

      Richard de Grijs
      Complex Chang'e-5 mission on track to benefit China's spaceflight roadmap and int'l collaboration
      The latest in an increasingly complex series of Chinese space missions, Chang'e-5's sample return brief will benefit domestic expertise and international collaboration.
      Beyond the first thrill of Chang'e 4 moon landing
      ?'Two sessions' are a chance to address science and environment
      ?Emigrant return policies may slow 'brain gain' in China

      Zhang Lijuan
      Rethink about stakeholders in the antidumping chain
      Whenever American commercial interests launch an antidumping action against China, the consequences can be bad for many other stakeholders in the supply chain.
      Tougher trade policy does little for job creation
      G20 for global economic governance
      Make America's trade policy toward China sustainable

      Shen Dingli
      The uneven story of US-Japan relations
      Despite his campaign rhetoric, Trump seems to be learning the rules of the game, and is likely to manage a delicate trilateral relationship with China and Japan.
      Trump right to reaffirm US' commitment to one China
      Trump's policies divide US, allies
      One-China policy is nonnegotiable

      Sumantra Maitra
      The Migration crisis hits America
      The tactic of unarmed masses mobbing and storming borders is here, and is here to stay. It happened in Europe, and it's happening in the U.S. now.
      Paris riots reflect growing dissent in France
      Europe's imperial delusions pose a real threat
      Britain's Versailles moment

      Mitchell Blatt
      Does the GameStop saga represent populism in US?
      The GameStop controversy has been framed into a populist narrative of the "little guy" taking on Wall Street, but the reality is much more complex.
      The intertwined problems behind mass shootings in US
      Anti-Asian hate crimes epidemic spreads across US
      New American administration, new US-China relations?

      Sajjad Malik
      China's green and low-carbon development philosophy
      China was a driving force behind the 2015 Paris Agreement on dealing with climate change and remains committed to fulfilling its pledges and mobilizing more countries to protect our shared earthly home.
      Striving for a green future
      Multilateralism key to tackling global challenges
      Promoting digitization in times of COVID-19

      Giovanni Vimercati
      Is Europe risking the most in the new Cold War?
      A more impoverished Europe is likely if it gives up its political and economic sovereignty in favor of opposing Russia at the U.S.’s behest.
      US-Cuba relations: too early to judge
      Athens-Moscow: an (un)orthodox alliance?
      Merkel dresses down Abe's revisionist tendencies

      Jiang Shixue
      How emerging economies should weather the post-pandemic era
      Emerging economies stand to be hit significantly harder by the fallout of COVID-19 but there are steps that they can take to mitigate the economic and social damage.
      The unlikelihood of a US-China decoupling
      Challenges for the G20 in overcoming the pandemic
      Global health governance in the post-COVID-19 era

      Xu Peixi
      The NSA's Orwellian invasion of China
      The US spy machine is out of control.
      US government lets go of ICANN
      Mrs. Obama's visit is a stitch in time
      China awakens to its vulnerability to cyber attacks from the US

      Yi Xianrong
      How big is China's debt risk?
      Only by totally abandoning the current growth model of relying on credit investment and the real estate industry, can China's economy get out of the dilemma.
      Correctly assessing China's current economic growth
      Lower growth target shows new economic priorities
      Prospect of RMB depreciation depends on what China’s central bank wants

      Fan Jishe
      Nuclear security: The end of the beginning
      Now that the Nuclear Security Summits are said to have served their purpose, it is time to translate political stances into additional concrete measures and investment in nuclear security.
      'Strategic Patience': Failed US North Korea policy
      Time to see the big picture of Korean nuke issue
      Xi-Obama summit: Shaping the future Sino-US relations

      Tylor Claggett
      The end of US quantitative easing: What does it mean?
      The end of QE3 will have several immediate implications. It also affects China.
      Should the US increase its minimum wage?
      Mistakes that drove Detroit's decline
      Has American democracy lost its way?

      Yu Ning
      The PBC RRR cut and China's economic transformation
      Both the economic data and liquidity figures from recent weeks point to increasing pressures for further and effective easing.
      Cooperation on the 'Belt and Road Initiatives'
      The deposit insurance system will promote financial reform
      PPP model and its impact on APEC

      Ember Swift
      Subway matchmaking ads reveal marital trends in China
      Matchmaking ads in Beijing subways suggest finding a marriage partner is getting more high-tech -- but little has changed.
      Ways to beat the crowds during China's National Holiday
      Possible solutions to rural teachers shortage
      Regrets provide a tool for improved learning

      Luo Huaiyu
      Xi and Ma's handshake makes history
      In terms of symbolism and in a very real sense, the Singapore handshake between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou is a huge step forward.
      The hegemonic bus driver on tenterhooks
      The US moral standing in Asia
      The harmony of Chinese dreams

      Danny Quah
      The simple arithmetic of China's growth slowdown
      China in 2015 is a very different economy from even just 10 years earlier. China has changed far more than the world has in this time.
      Decoding the Middle-Income Trap
      China's growth could address imbalance
      The UK and the Eurozone in the shifting global economy

      Mu Guangzong
      Is another baby boom likely in relaxed birth control?
      The population issue in China today is more a problem of an imbalanced demographic structure, and a super-low birth rate.
      China has a long way to go to raise its fertility rate
      Family policy can succeed only with support
      Moving toward the ideal gender ratio

      Zhou Shixin
      Substantial progress in RCEP negotiations amid global trade turmoil
      Despite the forceful trade approach of the U.S. and its impact on the global multilateral free trade system, the RCEP has made significant progress on a variety of economic and trade deals, ultimately hoping to conclude negotiations by 2019.
      Aung San Suu Kyi's visit to China
      Achieving the FTAAP is the destiny of APEC
      The AIIB boosts Asian confidence in connectivity

      Wei Hongxia
      What does the US-Cuba reconciliation mean?
      The last vestiges of the Cold War in Latin America have been removed. The U.S. is resetting its relations with its southern neighbors and improving its image among them.
      US diplomacy in 2014: Confidence and challenges
      The impact of Obama's spring East Asia visit
      Action stations

      Zhao Jinglun
      Obituary: Zhao Jinglun
      Veteran journalist, academic and China.org.cn columnist Zhao Jinglun passed away Saturday morning at 5:55am.
      The Ukraine crisis - who is responsible?
      War is cruelty
      World order and regime change
      Will the world economy return to normal soon?
      The post-pandemic slump
      COVID-19 adds to the world's economic woes
      The problem with Abenomics
      Dynamics and prospects for the world economy
      Mocking the US election is a severe misjudgment
      The Xi-Ma meeting sets historic milestone
      'China Threat' not an excuse for US 'Asia-Pacific Pivot'
      Common destiny needs stability
      African upheaval: What should China do?

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