China's choice of path to a full economic recovery from COVID-19 has led to a heated debate. Despite the positive growth, economists cast doubts on the price it takes.
What should China's economic strategy be in the face of deglobalization and the need of recovery from COVID-19? Opinions are divided into 2 camps.
Poverty alleviation has always been a core policy goal of the Chinese government. To further evaluate the progress, more systematic factors need to be considered.
China's increased presence in the Indo-Pacific region has heightened the Indian government's national security concerns. To avoid further conflicts, the two countries cannot keep acting unilaterally.
The Executive Orders banning Chinese apps may have a great impact on China's economic diplomacy and the Chinese society in the US, but the influence on national security is very limited.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to a robust bilateral relationship between China and Germany, which may lead to further obstacles in the two countries' future partnership.
The rapid development of China's digital payments not only led to a technological revolution domestically, but also swept across Southeast Asia with its expanding global influence.
The coexistence of corruption and high-speed economic growth in China has always been a subject of popular discussion. In her latest talk, Dr. Yuen Yuen Ang shared her views on the issue.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has opened up a window of opportunity for China and Japan to form a closer partnership in terms of all-around cooperation as well as cultural exchange.
Beijing's recent expansion of the proposed national security law for Hong Kong may further escalate the mass protests and incur wide international opposition.