On the morning of November 5th, Deputy Head Of Mission at Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in China and his delegation visited Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin university of China (RDCY). They had a deep communication on the top of 14th Five Year Plan, Digital Economy, the Belt and Road Initiative, and knowledge exchanges/collaboration with Dutch think tanks, with Liu Yushu, Director of Macro-economy Department, RDCY, Cui Zhenhai, Researcher of RDCY. The meeting was chaired by Yang Qingqing, Assistant Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies (RDCY).
After a tension-filled and tumultuous 2020 US presidential election, Americans have chosen Joe Biden to become the 46th president of the US. Where is the China-US relationship headed in the years to come? What will be the possibility of an outbreak of a new cold war between Beijing and Washington during Biden's presidency? Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY) jointly held a Webinar with the No Cold War campaign and Tricontinental Institute for Social Research themed "the Future of China-US relations" and discussed these issues on Saturday.
On the night of 7th November 2020 (Beijing Time), several US medias reported that Biden had won in the presidential election. At the same time, the China-US People-to People Exchange Research Center at Renmin University of China who is operated and managed by Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), jointly organized with No Cold War and Tricontinental Institute for Social Research one international symposium on "The US Presidential Election and the Future of US-China Relations”, inviting 11 experts from China, USA, UK, India, Canad and Bolivia to discuss the future trends of Sino-US relation under Biden's governing. The seminar also released a lengthy report, ‘An Analysis of American “New Cold War” policy’, published in the core journal Northeast Asia Forum (No.6, 2020). This seminar took the rare form of simultaneous transmission in both Chinese and English, and was broadcast simultaneously on international new media platforms such
"SCO and the EAEU: joining efforts to realize the economic potential of the region and the global economy" was the title of the thematic session of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Business Forum held today in the form of a video conference (the sessions of the forum are held on November 3 and 5, and the final plenary session will be held on November 6).
The first factor is the bleaker prospects of the US economy. According to the IMF's latest projections, the US economy is expected to contract by 4.3 percent from last year in 2020. As the virus is yet to be brought under control in the US, concerns over a worsening of the health crisis, as well as expectations of further stimulus, have led to a significant weakening of the dollar in recent months. But depreciation does not mean decline. Any change in the current dominance of the US dollar would likely be a result of more fundamental and structural movements.
From October 16 to 18, 2020, Vice President Du Peng of Renmin University of China (RUC) led a delegation to visit Zhoucun District, Zibo city, Shandong Province. Du Peng was accompanied by Sha Xiangdong, Secretary of the Party Committee of Zhoucun District of Zibo, Liu Wei, governor of Zhoucun District of Zibo, Niu Shengyin, Secretary of the Party Committee of Shandong Vocational College of Light Industry.