Su Jingxiang, Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
Feb 12, 2018
The US has fallen into the hands of a wealthy predator class that controls the government.
Lu Chen, Consultant, United Nations
Feb 08, 2018
If effective policy measures can't be taken to contain it, the risks to the world economy caused by the escalation of protectionism could severely disturb the world in 2018.
Amy Zhao, M.A. Student, NYU Washington Square
Feb 07, 2018
It is clear from this year’s Davos conference that while America has shifted its attention from maintaining the world order to strengthening its domestic economics, China is making use of the “leadership vacuum” and trying to convince the world that it is qualified.
Jan 29, 2018
But it was clear in Davos, Switzerland, this past week that geopolitical momentum lay with Beijing, not Washington.
Patrick Mendis, Visiting Professor of Global Affairs, National Chengchi University
Feb 16, 2017
Apart from various niches of the political and academic intelligentsia, America’s relationship with China is one that continues to be largely and mutually beneficial but misunderstood, and one that is generally swept under the carpet in favor of America’s Euro-centric view of the world.
Kaiser Kuo, Host, Sinica Podcast
Jan 26, 2017
A spectre was haunting Davos, and its name was Donald Trump.
Yi Fan, a Beijing-based political commentator
Jan 25, 2017
Nine years after the global financial crisis, while many economies are on the mend, anxiety lingers about the negative side of economic globalization. Populist and protectionist forces dismiss globalization as working against ordinary workers and widening economic inequality. Should globalization be blamed for all the problems facing the world? Is a reversal of globalization the way forward?
Yi Peng, President, Pangoal Institution
Jan 24, 2017
Though the international economy remains unstable, the trend of economic globalization is irresistible. In the face of populist movements, however, it is critical to demonstrate the benefits and make globalization both broader and deeper to make it fairer to developing countries and more valuable to all.
Chen Xiangyang, Director and Research Professor, CICIR
Jan 22, 2017
Humanity has to choose between pressing ahead with globalization and backpedaling. China’s president seized the moment to inject enthusiasm for economic globalization as it faces strong headwind from the US.
Eric Li, Venture Capitalist
Jan 20, 2017
Mr. Xi brings Davos a message of pluralism, as opposed to the universalism most of his audience has preached. He is no Davos Man. But perhaps this is just what globalization needs. Before it can be restarted, it needs a reset.