Global Governance
  • G20: The Use of the “Useless”
    2018-12-02 Ye Yu
    The 13th Group of 20 (G20) summit was held in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, from November 30 to December 1, 2018. At present, populism and protectionism are on the rise globally, President Donald Trump has continued withdrawing the U.... [FULL TEXT]
  • Arctic Governance: Challenges and Opportunities
    2018-11-29 Zhao Long
    The Challenge Over the past few decades, climate change and globalization have dramatically transformed the Arctic. As a result of global warming, the Arctic sea ice has been melting rapidly, potentially easing access to natural resources a... [FULL TEXT]
  • Implications of the CIIE
    2018-05-18 Zhang Haibing
    Global trade governance faces unprecedented challenges. The World Trade Organization (WTO) has made limited progress in rulemaking for global trade, while regional free trade agreements (FTAs),bilateral FTAs, and national legislators of maj... [FULL TEXT]
  • Governing the New Frontiers: China’s Perspective
    2018-04-20 Yang Jian,Zheng Yingqin
    The polar regions, deep sea, cyberspace and outer space are new frontiers that are necessary for the survival and sustainable development of human beings.In recent years, human activities in these frontiers have increased rapidly, climate c... [FULL TEXT]
  • Unstoppable Trends
    2018-03-09 Ye Qing
    International cooperation is the only secure path through the challenges of today's world The world is currently at an historic juncture of a new phase of development. Peace and development are the prevailing trend, nurtured by conditions w... [FULL TEXT]
  • In Pole Position
    2018-03-02 Yang Jian
    In January, the Chinese government published its first white paper about the country's role in the Arctic. The white paper, titled China's Arctic Policy, declared to the world China's intent to actively participate in Arctic governance and ... [FULL TEXT]
  • China strives to become a constructive partner in Arctic aff...
    2018-01-29 Zhao Long
    Dramatic changes, mainly caused by global warming and globalization in recent decades, have been evident in the Arctic. The peace and stability of the Arctic, scientific research in the region, potential business opportunities and internati... [FULL TEXT]
  • China-US Cyberspace Relations in the Trump Era
    2018-01-02 Lu Chuanying
    Cybersecurity has been a complicated and thorny issue in China-US relations ever since the Obama administration, and the two sides have been trying hard to avert disputes, promote cooperation and maintain stable relations in this field.The ... [FULL TEXT]
  • Respecting diversity leads to a community of a shared future
    2017-11-28 Jin Liangxiang
    Chinese leaders and mainstream scholars always like to express respect for the diversity of civilizations, and mutual inclusiveness of and mutual respect for them – unlike the Western approach of sometimes seeing clashes in this regard.The ... [FULL TEXT]
  • The New US-Chinese Globalization Opportunity
    2017-11-17 Dan Steinbock
    While US postwar policies in Asia are shifting, a new Sino-US historical opportunity has emerged. US and Chinese visions of globalization could still prove complementary.President Trump’s grueling 12-day Asia tour took place amid a worrisom... [FULL TEXT]