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.
Executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, Wang Wen delivered a speech on 7Jul 2021 at International Conference: Pakistan-China at 70: A unique bilateral partnership, Session 2: People to People Connectivity- The foundation of Pakistan-China friendship. The topic is Working Together for a Brighter Future of China-Pakistan Friendship.
China's hawkish Communist Party tabloid the Global Times has published pre-emptive warnings aimed at the British Royal Navy as its flagship vessel officially entered the South China Sea this week.
On July 23, the book launch ceremony and seminar on "Sharing the Same Goals, Sharing the Same Destiny" was held in Beijing, organized by the Chinese Foreign Language Bureau and the Publicity Department, and co-organized by Foreign Language Press and the Institute of Contemporary China and the World. International friends from the United States, Spain, Slovenia, Pakistan, Russia, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Brazil and other countries attended the event online or offline and delivered speeches, talking about China and the world in their eyes.
The Boao Forum for Asia Academy Secretariat held the launch of the report on the Global Use of Covid-19 Vaccines today (July 29) from 10:00-10:45 in Beijing.
The new Atlantic Charter signed by U.S. President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on June 10 cements trade, travel, and tech ties between the two countries. It also renews the “special relationship” between the United States and the United Kingdom, speaking to commonalities between the longtime allies that may have been lost in recent decades. For instance, U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower refused to support the British invasion of the Suez Canal and British Prime Minister Harold Wilson came under enormous pressure from the United States to send troops to Vietnam, a directive he repeatedly ignored. More recently, following a strong partnership during the second Gulf War, ties between the two countries became strained over foreign policy issues.