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John Ross

Former Director of Economic and Business Policy of London.

Expertise : Chinese economy; Global economy

Email : rdcy-info@ruc.edu.cn

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Biography

Former Director of Department of Economy and Business Policy in London. He has ever served as Member of the British Parliament, Economic Adviser in National Executive Committee of British Labor Party, Economic Adviser of Ken Livingstone, then mayor of London, Business Consultant of Moscow, Chairman of Institution for Strategy Expansion and Marketing in London and Board Member of London Development Agency. His main research areas are Chinese issues, financial crisis and globalization. He also writes articles for China Daily, Guanchazhe Website and other medias regularly.

Biography

Former Director of Department of Economy and Business Policy in London. He has ever served as Member of the British Parliament, Economic Adviser in National Executive Committee of British Labor Party, Economic Adviser of Ken Livingstone, then mayor of London, Business Consultant of Moscow, Chairman of Institution for Strategy Expansion and Marketing in London and Board Member of London Development Agency. His main research areas are Chinese issues, financial crisis and globalization. He also writes articles for China Daily, Guanchazhe Website and other medias regularly.

Monographs

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"2016: G20 and China"

This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,

Multimedia

The violent protests in Hong Kong are organized and led by external forces, as is evident to anyone who has seen such operations in other countries – for example, the 2014 Euromaidan as a coup d'etat attempt in Ukraine. The claim that these violent actions are "leaderless" or "spontaneous" is completely false as any view of the protesters, who are clearly well organized and trained to deal with the police, and any examination of the political facts, shows. The public leaders of the protests have strong links with both the U.S. and separatists in Taiwan.