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  • He Yafei former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Jul 20 , 2017

    Despite changing attitudes toward globalization in many parts of the world, shared interests, shared destiny and “one world one dream” continues to be China’s lofty ideal to build a “community of nations with shared destiny” with all nations in the world.

  • Shen Lu Master's Student at Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University

    Jul 07 , 2017

    Several Chinese friends have sympathetically said that I am “too Americanized,” as if I have betrayed my own culture. But I am definitely not American, and I have no desire to become one. My mindset hasn’t shifted to a nationalist one, nor have I joined the “China-bashing club,” while I’m certainly critical about all its faults. Watching China from afar, I’ve gained a much clearer view of its problems than when I was on the ground covering and living through them.

  • Nathan Gardels Editor-in-chief, THEWORLDPOST

    Jul 04 , 2017

    While China barrels ahead building a new Silk Road for the 21st century, abandoned zones in the West reach a dead end.

  • Andrew Sheng President of the Fung Global Institute

    Xiao Geng From Fung Global Institute

    Jun 20 , 2017

    In the past, analysis of the evolution of humanity’s worldview has tended to focus on the West. Now, however, this narrative is being revised. The global economic crisis that originated in the United States in 2007 exposed the fragility of the advanced-country model, giving rise to a new, more multipolar worldview, in which the emerging economies, led by China, India, and Russia, have increasingly challenged the status quo.

  • He Yafei former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Jun 23 , 2017

    China’s efforts to propose a series of new ideas and concepts to improve global governance and stimulate globalization are showing the world a positive way forward as Western powers step away from their post-war leadership roles in shaping those arenas.

  • Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University

    May 31 , 2017

    The China Dream was something of a nationalist mantra, framed as a rejuvenation by which China would recapture its former position of global prominence, commensurate with its status as the world’s second largest economy. Considerable attention is devoted to the risks and opportunities of this rebalancing – and to the related consequences for sustainable Chinese development and the broader global economy.

  • Fu Mengzi VP, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations

    May 31 , 2017

    The Belt and Road Initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping in autumn 2013 has attracted extensive international attention in the past nearly four years. On May 14, Xi delivered a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation. It was a highlight of the forum.

  • Fu Ying Chair, NPC Foreign Affairs Committee

    May 02 , 2017

    The debate about “world order” and “China’s new leadership role” is attracting more attention especially when China has more loudly expressed support to the economic globalization and free-trade at a time when these ideas are under criticism in the Western world. Many in China who are also interested in the debate find the concepts behind these terms are not as clear as they may look.

  • He Yafei former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Mar 20 , 2017

    Recent nationalistic trends suggest not that globalization is dead but that it has entered a new phase. It is overly simplistic to define the momentum for change as “anti-globalization”. China now needs to work harder than ever in order to optimize and even lead globalization.

  • He Yafei former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Feb 20 , 2017

    Major powers need to work together to push globalization forward in the right direction, with more equitable benefits for people in every country. Any action to gain geopolitical advantage at the expense of another major power will not only bring risks to global security but damage prospects for world economic growth.

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