Having passed through the turbulent torrents and navigated the dangerous shoals of 2020, the great river of history keeps roaring ahead in 2021, with tempestuous waves. Changes are accelerating as a host of global conundrums pile up, presenting harsh, unprecedented challenges for humanity.
On August 20, 2019, Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), opened the new column “Wang Wen on Changing World” in Global Times (English edition). Following is the list of all articles.
Beijing has been dispatching COVID-19 vaccines to developing countries in keeping with its promise to supply 10 million doses of Chinese-made vaccines to the global vaccine sharing initiative COVAX. Two experts share their views on China's role in ensuring equitable distribution of vaccines with China Daily's Yao Yuxin.
In New Delhi's latest efforts to bolster India's manufacturing capacity, Nitin Gadkari, the transport minister of the South Asian country reportedly assured Tesla Inc with the cheapest manufacturing cost in world - even lower than China.
With the UK's actions against China including interfering with China's internal affairs and revoking Chinese media outlet CGTN's license in the country, the "golden era" of relations between China and the UK that the two had enjoyed for the past six years is almost gone, a British scholar told the Global Times.
China is facing a more complicated, difficult and diversified external environment for its rise than any other emerging powers in history since the modernization of humanity. International society today witnesses world historical seismic shifts: climate change and ecology, fierce competition between major powers and fragile national security in the digital era. Combined with external moral restraints on China's willingness for peaceful development, all are resonating with each other, setting a chain of obstacles for the nation's rise.
China-US People-to-People Exchange Research Center, Remin University, operated by RDCY, has launched the second episode of the "Chinese Young Perople Talking About the United States" program. We randomly interviewed 18 Chinese young people to share their views about US' general election.