Global Governance
  • Toward Virus Crossroads
    2020-02-10 Dan Steinbock
    Dan Steinbock,Visiting scholar of SIIS In the coming days, new confirmed cases of the virus outbreak will continue to rise. Nevertheless, there may be some possible signs of steadying in China. With the new coronavirus - the 2019 nov... [FULL TEXT]
  • How Failed Int’l Cooperation Amplifies Virus Damage
    2020-02-11 Dan Steinbock
    Dan Steinbock ,Visiting scholar of SIISAs the downgrades of the economic outlook for US, China and worldwide are about to begin, the virus outbreak may be steadying. Sadly, much of the economic, xenophobic and virus damage stems for laggi... [FULL TEXT]
  • China's growth outlook bright even beyond 2020
    2019-12-02 Dan Steinbock
    Despite the US-triggered trade war, China's economic prospects remain in line with 2019 expectations and are likely to continue in 2020 thanks to deleveraging and structural reforms. A year ago, I predicted that China could achieve 6.2 perc... [FULL TEXT]
  • China's contribution to global governance and multilateralis...
    2019-10-03 Xue Lei
    I. China's role as beneficiary, contributor, and upholder of the global governance systemThe achievements of post-WWII global governance systemThe global order gradually coming into shape in the wake of the WWII has provided strong guarante... [FULL TEXT]
  • Three Promising Fronts for Sino-U.S. Policy Coordination
    2019-07-17 Chen Dongxiao
    The Sino-U.S. relationship has come to a crossroads. There is something wrong with the operating system that is animating the most important bilateral relationship in the twenty-first century. Economic and trade bonds that in the past have ... [FULL TEXT]
  • Second Russia-India-China meeting aimed at concrete trade co...
    2019-06-26 Liu Zongyi
    China confirmed on Monday that Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend an informal meeting with leaders from Russia and India on the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. According to media reports, it was during the Shangh... [FULL TEXT]
  • 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]