What might a Romney administration China policy look like? One consistent theme is pervasive: increasing American military strength. This simplistic zero-sum mindset is a throwback to the Cold War and is no substitute for nuanced policies to deal with today’s complex challenges.
"Winner Take All" author Dambisa Moyo argues that China's way of doing business with the developing world is often more popular with locals than that of the US. Shal also talks about the economic and political contest between American and China will determine the developing world's future. The Daily Show [...]
The re-establishment of US-China relations in 1971 marked a strategic step that ended China’s isolation and transformed the global balance of power. Since that historic milestone, the United States as an established superpower and China as an emerging global power stand at the crossroads of cooperation and competition. Washington and Beijing understand the high stakes [...]
China’s rapid economic growth over the past decade is often contributed to demographic dividend. According to the data from the World Bank, the structural advantage of demographic dividend has contributed to more than 30% of China’s total economic growth. Recently, as demographic dividend starts to disappear, and low-end labor market is shrinking. These conditions will [...]
Some scholars have attributed the current slowdown in China’s economic growth and rise in national debt ratio to the disappearance of the demographic dividend and therefore advocated for the policy of increasing fertility. Not only is this a one-sided view, but it is also a misinterpretation of Chinese history. In fact, China's economic development process [...]
In his recent government work report, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has set the mission for facilitating substantial cultural progress and prosperity, noting that a nation's perpetuity depends on the inheritance of its cultural cream. China's rise has made the whole world hanker for the cultural secrets of its success. Hence, it falls to Chinese people [...]
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